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During the winter months, horses can be susceptible to respiratory issues like coughs and colds, which can cause the accumulation of mucus, leading to chest congestion and difficulties in breathing. These breathing challenges can have a negative impact on their activity levels and performance. Additionally, horses may experience a decrease in immune function following stressful events, intense activity, seasonal changes, relocation, injury, surgery, or vaccinations.
My horse, Baci, was struck down by an unknown virus. He was listless and refused to eat anything aside from grass and hay (this was a concern due to the shortage of both grass and hay). I needed him to return to eating his hard feed as soon as possible as it was winter and I did not want his condition to deteriorate.
ProMune was recommended by the Sales team of Stance Equitec. As he would not eat any hard feed, I tried to give him ProMune by itself. Baci licked it straight from the palm of my hand with no complaint. The next day I mixed the ProMune with a handful of CoolStance Copra which he willingly consumed. After a few days of repeating the ProMune and Copra mix, Baci began to become eager for his hard feed and within a week he returned to his usual antics. - Emma