I had no issues with this product! My horse wolfed down his grain as usual. We have used have a lot of problems with cinchy-ness and general crankiness after I rode for extended amounts of time. Both of these issues cleared up in about two months of continued use of GUT. His coat is even shinier than ever. I would strongly recommend!
May 16, 2013
I've added this supplement to two of my horses' feed (twice daily) during and after a 3-month ulcer treatment and it does a fantastic job of continuing healing, controlling stomach acid during stressful workouts/events, and addressing hind gut health. It is also has microbials, allowing me to discontinue a separate probiotic. For all that it addresses, it's a great value, and my horses enjoy the taste of both the pellets and the powder.
May 4, 2013
My pony loves this stuff! Her attitude has improved greatly and her weight is easier to maintain. Great product!
March 13, 2013
Great stuff, evntually
I really like this product. It did take some getting used to for my mare. She didn't want to eat her food for a day or so, but after mixing it in at each feeding she got used to the smell and eats it happily. I used this product after she had been treated for ulcers for a month and then after the weaning off period. I wanted a little something to keep her belly happy, but not include antacid. So far so good!
March 2, 2013
Looks forward to eating it!
This only came in a powder, so I was a little apprehensive at first. After one week of handfeeding it to my horse, he now laps his bucket clean. Loves the stuff. It smells like marshmallows. He was formerly treated for ulcers, and I wanted an affordable product with no antacids. I have had excellant success with this. He is happy, accepting my leg, and moving forward. His coat is shiny and he's holding his weight perfectly. Mouth quiet and working in bridle. What more can I say? He's always gonna have this in his SmartPak!
January 14, 2013
At first my gelding didn't want to eat it but after only giving him the choice to eat the powder with the grain, he devoured it. Noticed a huge difference in him from time I got him to current time. More calm, digests food well and doesn't act like he is in pain. For the people whom cant get their horse to eat it, leave it out over night for them. I'd only give them the option of eating their grain with the powder mixed into it or just plain don't eat your grain for the next few days. I've tried U-guard powder and liquid, never noticed a difference in any of my horses. Also have tried cheapest stuff on market, this is the only one that seams too ease my horses.
November 22, 2012