This pint sized container provides a great source of electrolytes, supplementary biotin and folic acid that should be fed as needed to horses.
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Feed full strength either dry or with just enough water to make a paste.
Do Not mix with anything else. Put directly into the mouth.
On the first day, feed one rounded teaspoon every half an hour for 4 hours straight and then 3 or 4 more times throughtout the day.
Each additional day, feed one rounded teaspoon 3 to 4 times daily for minor cases or 6 to 10 times daily for severe cases.
Repeat everyday until all symptoms are gone and horse is completely sound.
Feed only Grass Hay and Water. Stop all grain, stop all alfalfa hay.
|14oz||~1.3ts per Serving||Approx 62 Servings|
- Proprietary Blend of Lactose, Silica and Electrolytes (calcium phosphate, calcium fluoride, calcium sulfate, iron phosphate, potassium choloride, potassium phosphate, potassium sulfate, magnesium phosphate, sodium chloride, sodium phosphate, sodium sulfate),
- Folic Acid.
We first used Formula 49 17 years ago on a foundered mare. We saw results in a matter of days. It seemed to relieve the pain and soreness. We have also used it for horses that have had severe abscesses that finally busted. It seemed to help heal the abscess much faster. Great product and worth purchasing for your horse.
Frank Lampley's Products are great. We use the Formula 49 whenever our horses have feet problems. Founder, sore,or just off a bit, we start them on Formual 49 the way it is recommended, and continue until they are sound again. With this product it doesn't take long either.
Thank you to all the kind, helpful folks at Frank Lampley's. You are a blessing to work with.
Larry and Sarah
Have been using Lampley products for years and would recommend them to anyone that wants healthy animals. Formula 49 is the best for founder. My mini mule has always had issues, I remembered a jar I had purchased a few years ago, started him on it as directed, bought a new jar for backup. He is sound a very happy little guy. Thank you