- Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm ; 2.04 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 2.1 Kg
- Item Model Number: 330684
- ASIN: B00MVCVO9Q
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 28 June 2018
- Customer Reviews: 110 customer ratings
Redmond - Daily Gold Stress Relief | Natural Healing Clay for Gastric Ulcers in Horses, 4.5 lb. Pouch
- WHAT IS DAILY GOLD? - Daily Gold is a completely natural montmorillonite clay that contains 68 minerals and 3% sodium chloride. These same 68 elements are found in the tissues of animals and people – they are the building blocks of life
- WHAT DOES IT DO? - Daily Gold has a way with digestive issues. Unique molecules attract and bind toxins that cause stomach trouble while its high pH helps take the burn out of acidic ulcers and sores. Horses with ulcer symptoms really benefit from Daily Gold
- HOW TO USE? - Just add Daily Gold to your feed. For best results, mix it with the feed so your horse is sure to get it
- HOW LONG DOES THIS 4.5 LB. POUCH LAST? If you’re using 2 scoops a day, it will last you about 5 weeks
- FEED WITH OTHER SUPPLEMENTS? - Because Daily Gold provides a broad spectrum of minerals (68 to be exact) in trace amounts, it is safe to feed with other supplements. Daily Gold helps to fill in the gaps where other supplements cannot – most mineral supplements contain up to 12 minerals
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Daily Gold Stress Relief for Horses is a natural blend of Montmorillonite clay - an ideal way to buffer acid, bind toxins, and help your horse's digestive system work as nature intended. Daily Gold has a way with horse digestive issues. Unique molecules attract and bind toxins that cause stomach trouble while its hi pH helps take the burn out of acidic ulcers and sores.
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I dipped a finger in it to 'sample' and see if there was maybe an obscure flavor that needed masked? Nope. Tastes like tasteless dirt. No bad 'flavor.'
My other horse is a biter and is stall aggressive, and grinds his teeth. He eats well and has normal stools but has been really just awful since I brought him home in December. I had the vet out thinking he had pain somewhere. We didn't find anything so I decided to try him on Redmond's to see if it made a difference. It has actually improved his behavior. He's still nippy but not aggressive so I can only assume his stomach has been bothering him but was subclinical on exam.
Both of these horses get soaked beet pulp and senior feed so I mix it in and they eat it. If I feed it dry it ends up on the bottom and the horses wont eat it.
He gets 3 scoops per day. 2 scoops are mixed with a splash of water and timothy pellets. The 3rd scoop is left dry with is grain. He always cleans up the dry clay at some point during the night.