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NaturVet SAND-FREE

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Product Summary:

NaturVet® SAND-FREE™

NaturVet® SAND-FREE™ Powder is 99.6% Pure Psyllium Husk. Husk (not seed) is the most effective part of the psyllium recommended to help support the removal of sand from the ventral colon and to maintain healthy intestinal function. It's a great source of natural bulk fiber with a yummy apple flavor horses love.

Features:

  • 99.6% Pure
  • Palatable apple flavor
  • Cleaned and sterilized
  • Approved by the NASC
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Item Specifications:

Ingredient:
Cleaned and dried blond husk powder/granules from the Plantago Oyata plant (also known as Desert Indianwheat or Blond Psyllium)

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.): 1%
Crude Fat (min.): 1%
Crude Fiber (max.): 4%
Ash (max.): 3%
Moisture (max.): 10%
Water Soluble Fiber (min.): 72%

Directions for Use:
Initially: Feed 3 heaping tablespoons (1/2 cup) per day for three days in horse's feed. Stop usage for three days, then continue for the days (maximum 30-day cycle) until problem is gone.
Maintenance and Prevention: Feed 3 heaping tablespoons (1/2 cup) in feed or bran mash once per week.

Sizes:
3 lb. (up to 28 servings)
15 lb. (up to 140 servings)

For Product Label and MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturer Information to the right.

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We need to feed psyllium in our area at times and powder is a safer choice because pelleted products can easily get cross contamination from cattle feed products during the pelleting process.
DARCIE L on Jun 20, 2016
Already use..my horse likes it
Jill P on Mar 26, 2014
You get a lot of bang for your buck, and horsey likes the flavor.
LORI MICHI K on Sep 3, 2014
With my current product I use it for 7 days in a one month period. I'm a little confused about your directions. I use this to remove sand from my horse's stomach. I don't know how I would know when it has cleared after the initial 3 day on 3 day off schedule. Nor would I know how many more days I would need to do before doing the maintenance dose. Also, would you repeat the 3 day on 3 day off schedule during the time after initial dosing?
A shopper on May 10, 2017
Best Answer: I started this product as maintenance & preventive so only did the 1X a week. I have continued that schedule. Not sure if I understood their directions. I thought the 3 days on & 3 days off schedule was if horses had a problem since it read "until problem gone". I might be wrong.
I would ask your vet what he/ she recommends. When my mini had colick & vet treated her I did the 3 days on & 3 days off & 3 days on and then stopped. I based that on her manure (size and amount) as I had her confined & was able to monitor.

Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
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