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Mare Magic

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8 oz
Less than $0.22/DAY
(60 day supply)

$12.89

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

32 oz
Less than $0.20/DAY
(240 day supply)

$45.74

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Product Summary:

Mare Magic

Mare Magic supplements are an herbal remedy developed to help the moody, cranky, uncomfortable mare.

Features:

  • May also help your mare become more comfortable during her cycle
  • Contains dried Raspberry Leaf, which has been known to help alleviate the effects of hormonal changes
  • May also be used on geldings
  • Will not test positive
  • Highly palatable

Item Specifications:

Active Ingredient:
100% Raspberry Leaf (Rubus Idaus)

Directions for Use:
Feed one scoop, one time daily.
Loading dose: two scoops for first ten days.
An extra scoop can be fed the day of an activity.
For best results, feed all year, as Heat cycles will continue throughout the year.

Precautions:
Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven.


Sizes:

8 oz. (60-day supply)
32 oz. (240-day supply for one horse, 60-day supply for four horses)
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good for mares mood if used daily/ use double dose if hauling etc
jc l on Feb 1, 2017
I dry my own raspberry leaves but when I run out this is my choice.
CAROL H on Nov 17, 2016
recommended for a cranky mare
Deborah H on Nov 28, 2016
works great on mares with sassy and witchy attitudes.
DIANNE F on Nov 5, 2016
How much do you give your horse a day?
A shopper on Jul 12, 2014
Best Answer: Directions for Use:
Feed 1 scoop, 1 time daily.
Loading dose: 2 scoops for first 10 days.
An extra scoop can be fed the day of an activity.
For best results feed all year as Heat cycles will continue throughout the year.
Reply · Report · Stacy MStaff on Mar 12, 2015
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The old owner of my thorobred had this, I have been trying to get my mare trailered, it's been taking 3 hours of coaxing, can this be used to help sooth her nerves to get trailered?
debbie b on Mar 11, 2014
Best Answer: I don't know that Mare Magic is the only answer but it certainly will not hurt.
I give it to my Mare and younger geldings.
If it helps them get to a clamer place I am all for it!
Reply · Report · KRISTEN P on Mar 11, 2014
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got a geltin horses who get crazy when harness goes on.will mare magic help with this or is there something u recommend that legal.?
A shopper on Apr 17, 2016
Best Answer: I have a mare that had always been bitch to other horses and a little excitable . Then I had a trailer accident with her were she pulled back and fell down hanging her self. It was about 4 min finding a knife and cutting her loose so on top of her issues she became spooky . I started Mare Magic, it took 30 days to start working, but knowing that any thing natural takes that long I didn"t give up. It just takes the edge off, and makes it easier to work with.. Thiis product is so affordable that I would surely try it for 30 days. I also give her vision every other day with MM . It makes her a lot calmer, both products are very legal
Reply · Report · RUTHIE A on Apr 19, 2016
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Is this a powder or chunks of leaves? Also how big is the scoop enclosed, it doesn't say anything about how many ounces they should get per day, just a scoop?
Elise M on Mar 11, 2016
Best Answer: This is NOT a powder. It's leaf like, light, and comes with a scoop. I started my mare on it years ago because she would colic with her seasons. Mare Magic works...Her seasons are less intense, she's mellow, and very sweet. (She was sweet before MM). There is a scoop enclosed making it easy to administer. When I take her away, i.e. public rides, or camping I double her dose. One scoop am and one scoop pm. She likes the taste, and I love the smell of the herbs.
Reply · Report · PAMELA F on Mar 11, 2016
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can Mare Magic be used for nervous gelding?
Kim T on Apr 30, 2016
Best Answer: I use it for my nervous gelding and it definately helps. After a year of being on it I tried taking him off of it just to see if it was making a difference and I put him right back on. Try using Mare Magic with B-1 crumbles. It makes the world of difference.
Reply · Report · JESSICA C on Apr 30, 2016
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Is there any thing out there that might help my "mare" ? She is ALWAYS in season, & on the "moody" side. Other then getting her bred. I don't want to do that. She is other wise very healthy,... We are in a snowy & cold climate . Any suggestion's please....
mary g on Feb 10, 2015
Best Answer: I've had my VERY moody mare on Mare Magic for almost a year now. I wasn't sure if it was doing anything until I took her off of it for a couple months and noticed a HUGE difference in her behaviour. I could barely even touch her without her threatening to bite me! I put her back on it and she is way better! It is definitely worth trying out, especially at such a low price. I also tried my mare on Regumate which has to be prescribed by a vet and runs at about $170 a month (in Canada). Regumate was more effective but way out of my budget so I went back to Mare Magic. Regumate is like the birth control pill for horses, so if your horse is always in season then you might consider asking your vet about it cause it may be more beneficial to you.
Reply · Report · Kelsey B on Feb 17, 2015
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My gelding lost his lifelong buddy and now has become anxious and chewing on herd mates tails. Will Mare Magic help calm him? Has been recommended to me as a good product.
Diane S on May 27, 2016
Best Answer: It's worth a try. Mare Magic helped my rescue gelding with anxiety. It took about 2 weeks before I could really tell a difference in him. I keep him on it year around now. He's come a long way, but Mare Magic helped him progress the most.
Reply · Report · DONNAN B on May 28, 2016
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My mare isn't moody but has sun sensitivity my vet said try melatonin 50mg. but she manages to eat around it even crushed with omega oils. Thought I'd try this to calm her head shaking it's uncontrollable. Any suggestions? Maybe this would help?
Ann S on May 22, 2016
Best Answer: I can't imagine that this supplement would help - Mare Magic is for mares who get cranky or witchy when they're in season. Melatonin is used for people (or possibly animals) that have trouble getting to sleep, so it may have a relaxing effect. Try mixing it with molasses, or brown sugar and a little water and putting it in an empty wormer syringe. Or try dissolving it in a little warm water and pouring it over her grain. I'd look for medications or treatments specifically for head-shaking. Some people have had good luck with attaching a net that covers the horse's nose to your halter or bridle. I believe EQUUS magazine had an article about head-shaking a few issues back. Try Googling "Head-shaking/horses" on your computer. Have you tried sunscreen? If the sun sensitivity is localized to pink skin on her nose, for instance, sunscreen might help. If it's all over her body, though, it probably wouldn't help -- or would take LOTS of sunscreen.
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