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Probios Equine Gel




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Item # PRB30

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Probios Equine Oral One Gel is an easy-to-feed source of probiotics. It supports digestive health by maintaining proper gut flora and promoting the breakdown and assimilation of essential nutrients.

Probios Equine One Oral Gel is an oral source of probiotics that contains four species of live, naturally- occurring lactic acid bacteria, including three species of Lactobacillus acidophilus, plantarum, and casei, along with Enterococcus faecium. Lactobacillus acidophilus helps maintain proper gut flora and improves nutrient absorption. Lactobacillus plantarum promotes the breakdown and assimilation of nutrients. Lactobacillus casei provides enzymes that are necessary for proper digestion, and Enterococcus faecium improves gut absorption. These microbials work together to help support proper digestion and bowel health. Equine One Oral Gel has an guaranteed level of these direct fed microbials and also utilizes with the antioxidant vitamin E for additional health benefits. In the past, pastures contained many different types of plants and grasses that provided beneficial nutrients and bacteria for horses. Typical pastures today only contain a few varieties of plants and grasses, so there are generally not enough probiotics available in a horse's normal environment to support their digestive needs when they need help.Horses primarily live on grass, which provides the animal with nutrients by fermenting in the gut. Because fermentation is dependent on the microorganisms that live in the large intestine, probiotics help horses' digestion work at optimal levels by keeping the microorganisms flourishing and healthy. Many owners are beginning to realize that improving their horse's digestion not only helps improve their overall health, but also reduces the amount of feed needed to maintain a healthy weight. There are many factors that can effect the number microorganisms in the gut. Some of them are stress-related, such as foaling, weaning, showing, and transporting, and some are health-related such as vaccination, deworming, and antibiotic treatment. Some of these factors result in problems with proper digestion or assimilation of nutrients. This can result in skin and hoof problems, weight problems, or health problems such as diarrhea.

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