News & Articles — probiotics for horses

Debunking the Mare Heat Cycle

July, 2020 \ by Casie Bazay Collaborator

As far as reproductive status goes, mares typically mature somewhere between 12 and 15 months of age. This is when their “heat” cycle begins, in which the mare ovulates and...

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How Do I Right the Ship?

April, 2020 \ by Amanda Bradbery, Ph.D. Collaborator

Key Takeaways You'll Get All horses need pre- and probiotics. Feed changes, antibiotics, travel, disease, analgesics, anesthesia—even stress—are unavoidable in the domesticated animal and can overload and capsize the boat...

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Using Probiotics With Antibiotics

January, 2020 \ by Robo Hendrickson

What are antibiotics? The definition of an antibiotic is a medicine (such as penicillin or its derivatives) that inhibits the growth of, or destroys, microorganisms (bacteria). And when your horse...

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