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Relax Blend™ is rated
Rated 5 out of
Ive had my very reactive mare on this for 2 months...she is way calmer and ,even tho she has always wanted to please and work, she now is waaayyy calmer and makes better choices.
Date published: 2023-04-03
Rated 5 out of
Originally purchased this for a horse on stall rest. It worked well, he was getting antsy and chewing his stall. This worked well taking his edgy attitude way. He was on it for 3-4 wks. Recently, I took in a foster from a kill pen situation. A nice little Arabian. He was very stressed and having this on hand was the best thing. It helped him immensely to adjust to his new surroundings and being stalled in the evenings ( I don't think he ever was - he stopped the weaving/pacing). I believe it was to his benefit that he was on it when it was time to introduce him to the other horses as well. He was on it for just over 2 months. What a help it was! As stated else where, this is more for a long term stituation. It has a very fine, powdery texture, but was taken by both horses in their feed without any issue.
Date published: 2019-02-14