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The prevalence of gastric ulcers in horses can vary depending on various factors such as age, breed, management practices, and the specific population being studied. It is estimated that gastric ulcers affect a significant portion of the horse population. Here are some general statistics:
Clean Culture is a 10-day liquid detox supplement made from natural ingredients designed to help protect against digestive upset and promote digestive tract health in horses during periods of change in environment or workload. Here are some key points about Clean Culture:
Additionally, it's worth noting that individual responses to these products may vary, and it's important to monitor your horse's condition closely and seek veterinary advice if there are any concerns about their digestive health or ulcer prevention.
I purchased Bond at the end of last year which was at the time an extremely risky purchase: He had never scored over 50% in dressage, he always had rails, he had control issues xc. A 10 day course of Clean Culture and WHAT a difference. He is waiting at the gate and neighing for his food. He has gained weight. He is so shiny. He licks his bowl clean. He seems much more relaxed and happy in himself in the paddock and to handle (he is generally pretty good under saddle anyway!).
This product is brilliant and I'm so glad I've found it as he is a little stress head so tummy issues will always be part of his management. Thankyou so much!- Asha Warnock Equestrian
Maya was put on a 10 day course of Clean Culture right after cyclone Ita hit. I didn't see much change at all during the course, however was really surprised 2 days after the course was finished. She just looked better in herself and she looked like she had put on weight. Another week went by and it's like she is suddenly able to utilise nutrients in her food again.
Thanks for coming up with a great product. I will be reaching for the Clean Culture now instead of the Ulcer Meds if we ever have another flair up.- Tegan Ford