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OralX Divine Equine Daily Pellets

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OralX Divine Equine Daily Pellets

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Product Summary:

OralX Divine Equine Daily Pellets
     
(product formerly known as OralX Calm & Cool)

Please note: This product is undergoing a rolling name and label change.

This alfalfa-based pellet contains the same herbal blend as the Divine Equine paste. Oralx Divine Equine is formulated to be fed on a daily basis. Each dose contains 200 mg of Vitamin B-1. Unlike the paste, the pellets contain no L-Tryptophan. 
 
Comes with a 1 oz. scoop.
 
Ingredients:
Thiamine HCI (Vitamin B1), Valerian Root, Ginger Root, Dry Molasses, Grain Products, Alfalfa Meal, Artificial Flavoring

Dosage: Feed on a daily basis.

  • Horses 800 to 1200 lb (One scoop AM one scoop PM.)
  • Weanlings (One-half scoop AM,one-half scoop PM.)

Size: 6lb. 

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Same active ingredient of valerian root as Quietex which I currently use and cannot get anymore
RONI R on Aug 1, 2015
I bought this as a "trial" as they are Arab mares and I wanted to have the thiamine
plus the valerian.I do not show them.They really like it as they do on all the products I
purchased.
Curleysue111 on Apr 19, 2015
Sounded like the best calmer for my money. Works great
C A on Jul 22, 2015
crazy barrel prospect. I wanted to get something to calm a horse but not make them drugged or loopy acting. Just trying to get a young rodeo prospect use to the rodeo seen without her nutting up. Worked ok. Not a huge fan or negative feedback. And yes shes been being trained by a professional about desensitizing, just new things bother her and make her react badly
G A on Feb 27, 2015
will this help a fence walker? she walks constantly & does not play well with others.
A shopper on Apr 9, 2014
Best Answer: I have been using Calm and Cool for several years for my Standardbred mare. She has wonderful manners and is fun to ride but is extremely observant and notices EVERYTHING, and assume that anything new and different is going to kill her. She has a "Duck & Spin" that would do credit to a reining horse, and I have quite a few "Frequent Flyer" miles on her. The Calm and Cool has helped, but this season I am also trying a calming supplement that also has magnesium in it, which Calm & Cool does not have. Magnesium is supposed to be good for nervous horses. No opinion yet as I've been only using it for a couple of days. I have never dealt with a fence walker or weaver or anything like that. A friend of mine has a horse like that and she would drive me nuts.
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Is this safe for a stallion?
horsietori on Apr 12, 2015
Best Answer: Yes
Reply · Report · robert l on Apr 12, 2015
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