ProHorse Psyllium Sand Away Fibers 1kg
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ProHorse Psyllium Sand Away Fibers 1kg product description
ProHorse Psyllium Sand Away Fibers 1kg reviews
96% would buy this product again.
- Good value for money (205)
- Easy to use (182)
- The horses eat it easily because it is done by food (143)
- Pure, without additions (104)
- Does what it says. great stuff (85)
- Finely ground (65)
- Cheap (41)
- Effect notice you immediately (37)
- Cheaper than a veterinarian because of sand colic (20)
- See explanation (10)
- Bag reusable to test manure (2)
- Mace tip would be useful (143)
- Little information about the use on the packaging (60)
- Is not eaten easily by all horses (37)
- Packaging can be firmer (26)
- Closure of packaging could also be more convenient (eg a slide closure) (22)
- Despite the discount still pricey (21)
- Better explanation how to implement (17)
- More than mentioned on packaging (15)
- Feeding recommended quantity would be too little (9)
- Very sticky, dries up as cement in your bowl so it is immediately washed around, not a flaw (8)
- Would be more interesting in a bucket to store (5)
- It should taste / smell neutral (4)
- When it gets wet, there is much more volume and this is too much for my shetlanders (3)
- No downside, but a writing error on the label. it says "size" instead of "size" (3)
- Give advice what i always get is 100gr 1x per day for 5 to 7 days (1)
- It is a pity that t is ground like the pure fiber (1)
- Measuring scoop would be handy (1)
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Amanda from Elsloo lb at 18-01-2019:
Nice to use
Pros: the horses eat it easily because it is done by food, easy to use, good value for money, does what it says. great stuff
Cons: Mace tip would be useful
Fine in use. Horses eat it well. Measuring spoon would be handy.
K from Oud gastel at 17-01-2019:
Pros: good value for money, does what it says. great stuff, easy to use, the horses eat it easily because it is done by food, pure, without additions, cheaper than a veterinarian because of sand colic
We use Psyllium preventively against sandy colic in the winter months. This product works very well!
Ada from Harderwijk at 14-01-2019:
Pros: does what it says. great stuff, easy to use, the horses eat it easily because it is done by food
Cons: measuring scoop would be handy, little information about the use on the packaging
Our horse I have been giving psyllium fibers for years. This is fine. Since then, sand has never been found in the manure study. My horse just gets it through the lumps and eats it fine. They did not eat while sandy road from another brand. The prohorse fibers are therefore either tasty, or at least not dirty.
Vanessa from Deventer at 13-01-2019:
Good and affordable
Pros: good value for money
Cons: Mace tip would be useful
Fibers work well and are also very advantageous.
Janneke from Sevenum at 13-01-2019:
Pros: Bag reusable to test manure, cheaper than a veterinarian because of sand colic, does what it says. great stuff, the horses eat it easily because it is done by food, pure, without additions
Cons: is not eaten easily by all horses
Works well to give, even as a precaution, to your horse. Immediately after feeding the water, it will become a sticky.
Amanda op 26-07-2018:
Question: Can these fibers be mixed by the slobber?
Answer: Yes the Zandweg but mixed by the slobber
Gaby op 18-04-2018:
Question: how much is 50 grams how can I weigh it on a regular basis
Answer: Unfortunately there is no scoop here. However, you can order this separately with article number: Z100079.
Monique op 27-02-2017:
Question: for how many days is a bag of psyllium sand-way fibers? is 1 bag also 1 cure or?
Answer: It is advisable to give the psyllium for at least 1 week and at the end of the week to see if a longer period is needed. This is only necessary if there is still sand in the manure. Depending on how much and how long you are feeding, the bag can be used for more than 1 cure.
Gertje op 27-12-2016:
Question: Can I give psyllium sand-way fibers to a pregnant mare?
Answer: There are no indications that psyllium would affect pregnancy.
Christel op 08-06-2016:
Question: Do the fibers have to be dry or wet over the feed?
Answer: The fibers can be given dry or wet with the feed.
Annemarie op 15-02-2016:
Question: How long do I have to give the psyllium sand-way fibers?
Answer: Dear Annemarie, It is best to give the sand-way fibers a week. If you do not have sand in the manure after that week, you can stop it for a while. If you still find sand in the manure after this week, it is better to continue feeding the fibers as long as necessary. There is no harm in feeding these fibers for a longer period of time. With kind regards, customer service Agradi.
wim sonnemans op 28-01-2016:
Question: our haflinger has had spray droppings for a month now and then. We give good hay and chunks and beet pulp. What do you advise us. Thanks in advance.
Answer: We are of course not a veterinarian and can not give 'appropriate' advice because we do not know your horse. A Psyllium cure can help, but perhaps it is wise to consult the vet. With kind regards, Agradi
Michelle op 27-01-2016:
Question: How much is the right dose to give to a 500 kg horse?
Answer: We recommend one tablespoon for ponies and two tablespoons per day for horses. With kind regards, Agradi Customer service