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Do you use supplements?
If so, who recommended them?

My veterinarian
38%
439
My farrier
19%
217
Fellow horse owner
29%
341
I don't use supplements
15%
173

Total votes cast: 1170

Comments & Write-in Answers

Glucosamine,Hyluronic Acid,Electrolytes,Biotin

6/25/2007 6:29:10 PM

Herbs, natural supplements as possible,no vaccines

6/25/2007 4:44:52 PM

We use a hoof supplement and a joint supplement for our older horse.

6/25/2007 11:23:25 AM

I USE HERBAL SUPPLEMENTS THAT I HAVE RESEARCHED AND DECIDED UPON MYSELF

6/25/2007 9:51:25 AM

use joint supplement as well as various herbals

6/24/2007 9:47:19 PM

i usually hear about products and then do my own research into efficacy, and decide whether to use.

6/24/2007 6:23:36 PM

I choose my own supplements based on horse's performance,attitude & vet.assesment of phys.health

6/24/2007 12:45:17 PM

EX-PMU mare with very poor feet, now has "normal" healthy, strong feet per farrier

6/23/2007 6:05:30 PM

my favorite supp. is apple cider vinegar.My horses are not bugged anymore by ear and face flies.

6/23/2007 5:09:52 PM

ABC+ and Strongid C

6/23/2007 3:05:57 PM

We rescue special needs horses so supplements are a must for our horses.

6/23/2007 12:02:23 PM

I use DAC 911 for my copd horse. It was so much cheaper and effective than the prescribed meds.

6/23/2007 11:50:19 AM

Mostly I research products according to horse's needs.

6/23/2007 11:44:29 AM

Most I find through my own research

6/23/2007 11:42:21 AM

New Flex Maximizer and New Flex HA. Great stuff! 31yr old is still rideable

6/23/2007 9:18:13 AM

Balanced diets don't need supplements

6/23/2007 8:42:02 AM

Using E-Se for my PSSM horse - works great! Had to read a lot of articles, trial&error for 2yrs

6/23/2007 1:08:20 AM

i have an older thoroughbred that has breathing problems and allergies, so it helps to supplement

6/22/2007 11:37:09 PM

and trainer, all have good experience related to supplements (what work, what don't),

6/22/2007 11:08:45 PM

trainer, chiropractor

6/22/2007 9:57:17 PM

USED VITAMIN B-COMPLEX ON A SICK FOAL WHO WOULD NOT EAT; 2 SUPER B-COMPLEX SHOTS AND SHE DRANK MILK

6/22/2007 8:05:32 PM

you have to be careful which ones you use. Not all are good or work. Shold check w/vet before feedin

6/22/2007 6:46:17 PM

Source!!! My horses look as good as they feel

6/22/2007 4:47:22 PM

I only use vitamins and antioxidants with fat and E.

6/22/2007 4:05:54 PM

Also my trainer. I use Selenium, Nu-Image, Brewers yeast, Accel and Grow n win for my colt

6/22/2007 3:22:08 PM

over priced, waste of money. a good feeding program does much better

6/22/2007 2:51:46 PM

I use Glucosamine HCL after several friend's reccomendations...and it works!

6/22/2007 2:25:37 PM

No one recommended them -- I did some research and made my own decision to give them

6/22/2007 2:06:15 PM

Through research and experience provide supplements as need & inform vet

6/22/2007 12:50:11 PM

joint supplements and Vitamins

6/22/2007 12:30:59 PM

Cosequin

6/22/2007 12:30:29 PM

I do not use feed threw supiments, i do use Adiquin for a horse that suferd a tramatic pastern joint

6/22/2007 12:05:04 PM

Sho-Glo vit., Healthy Coat oil supp., & Calf manna

6/22/2007 11:45:13 AM

Recovery and Vitastress are what we use on our barrel horses

6/22/2007 10:32:25 AM

MSM and Adaquan

6/22/2007 10:07:51 AM

ABC Plus

6/22/2007 8:31:10 AM

I use chamomille, MSM, Vit C, Flax seed, and cocasoya oil. eq mass ther recommended

6/22/2007 7:46:53 AM

None of the above - my equine herbalist recommended them

6/22/2007 2:52:56 AM

Research and my 19-24yrd old horses are in the $$$and blues barrel racing & gymkhana

6/22/2007 2:46:59 AM

As a therapist , I research.. and the HORSE IF VALUABLE RESOUCE ! Advertisement is not reliable $$$$

6/22/2007 1:58:35 AM

msm, glucosamine etc for joint maintenance

6/22/2007 1:11:02 AM

i use ones that have actually had research done on them

6/22/2007 12:29:11 AM

only for pregnant or lactating mares

6/22/2007 12:10:55 AM

My horses are all mature, and either idle or in very light work. Don't feel they need extras.

6/21/2007 11:40:49 PM

I am a big believer in the glucosomine supplements--they have helped both my horse and myself!

6/21/2007 11:00:42 PM

We have a holistic vet who specializes in nutrition do blood chem analysis & guide us in supplements

6/21/2007 10:23:46 PM

We use glucosamine, hyaluronic acid and biotin for all our older horses.

6/21/2007 9:10:40 PM

I decided to use them my self - joint and selenium and vita E

6/21/2007 8:26:12 PM

{Pro-Biotic/Digestive Enzyme complex with Pre-biotics, a mineral complex and more! Excellent!

6/21/2007 7:53:39 PM

I use Corta-Flx at my vet's recommendation. It's amazing!

6/21/2007 7:35:56 PM

It was told place my horse on a joint supplement,GLC 5500 was suggested At last one that works

6/21/2007 7:15:09 PM

Strongid wormer once daily

6/21/2007 7:02:50 PM

Vit E 5000

6/21/2007 7:01:28 PM

I found many people using Dynamite products to have beautiful, healthy horses

6/21/2007 6:54:27 PM

with high quality hay and grain, not needed,

6/21/2007 5:50:31 PM

I use B vitamins and Biotin

6/21/2007 5:42:23 PM

It depends upon the horse. I mainly feed Forco and have for years with all of my horses. Now I as

6/21/2007 5:39:23 PM

We use Natural Glo and Cool Fuel

6/21/2007 4:08:27 PM

I use garlic powder for insect repellent, probiotic, psyllium powder to prevent sand colic, etc.

6/21/2007 4:02:00 PM

Read research and decide what to use for myself

6/21/2007 3:55:19 PM

VitaFerm is #1

6/21/2007 3:54:20 PM

Probiotic - my horse would have frequent bouts of diharrea. I also feed psyllium 3xs a week.

6/21/2007 3:51:53 PM

Platinum Performance and Biotin

6/21/2007 3:49:29 PM

I selectively use products based on the needs of each horse. ,

6/21/2007 3:43:21 PM

magnesium to help with breaking down the fat deposits

6/21/2007 3:42:25 PM

I do my own research to assess the product

6/21/2007 3:09:41 PM

BIO- NUTRITION PRODUCTS PENTAFLEX HA AND ERYTHO PROGEL GREAT RESULTS AND BIG DIFFERENCE FROM OTHERS!

6/21/2007 2:47:57 PM

I use many "supps" ground flax (daily), MSM, Yucca, probiotics, many different kinds of herbs, cocso

6/21/2007 2:32:03 PM

I use Remission and MSM

6/21/2007 1:43:58 PM

I listen to everything and thendecide myself which ones to use

6/21/2007 1:19:43 PM

Only if a horse has a specific need

6/21/2007 9:39:41 AM

I give what I think is appropriate.

6/21/2007 9:30:47 AM

Biotin, Farriers Formula, Shoers Friend, Corta Flex, Activ Flex, MSM, Vit C, Vit E, Selenium, Oil

6/21/2007 6:09:12 AM

Focus WT helped our 2 OTTB's gain 100# each in 6 mo. They look like different horses.

6/21/2007 1:33:31 AM

the farrier suggested a type but we found the brand that works, finally

6/21/2007 1:09:22 AM

GLC 5500, Navicularsaver, Conquer HA + shoeing to relieve heel pressure have made my horse sound

6/21/2007 12:46:43 AM

Horse guard mainly for selenium

6/20/2007 11:59:50 PM

Omega Horse Shine for WICKED shiny coats, and Cosequin for those in hard work

6/20/2007 11:48:23 PM

Between myself and the vet.. mostly joint supplements

6/20/2007 10:58:38 PM

Flax

6/20/2007 10:47:35 PM

A relative: PhD Equine Physiologist & nutritionist, ignore the ad hype

6/20/2007 10:31:31 PM

biotin and psyllium

6/20/2007 9:48:19 PM

I give 10,000 IU of vitamin E to my 24 yr old Arab mare for arthritis and inflamation.

6/20/2007 9:11:33 PM

You left out the most important resource - an equine nutritionist and basing need on feed analysis

6/20/2007 9:10:00 PM

I use electrolytes and flax seed

6/20/2007 9:06:27 PM

I feed natural minerals and herbs as supplements as well as natural feeds ie: sunflower seed,chaff

6/20/2007 8:38:25 PM

I use several recommended by my equine chiropractor, a DVM.

6/20/2007 8:31:41 PM

I only feed Farrier's Formula to one of my horses.

6/20/2007 8:23:44 PM

I research supplements I use based on the goal.

6/20/2007 8:19:29 PM

biotin for healthy foot growth

6/20/2007 7:59:08 PM

I use Horseshoer's Secret to build up my horse's hooves. Has worked like a treat! I

6/20/2007 7:58:26 PM

Feed-thru fly control, daily dewormer & coat supplement. Their feed has everything else!

6/20/2007 7:37:54 PM

i think a horse will get everything he needs from nature and humans should stop messing with them

6/20/2007 7:30:29 PM

Not currently using, but have an old horse and am thinking about giving glucosamine.

6/20/2007 6:52:43 PM

i do not use supplements because i feed purina feeds wich are balanced and they have a research farm

6/20/2007 6:37:36 PM

no supplements w/out serious research first

6/20/2007 6:31:15 PM

If the Vet thinks my horses are healthy, why should I scond quess!!!

6/20/2007 6:18:13 PM

adequan 1x/month, finish line daily

6/20/2007 6:05:09 PM

I did research, so I guess I did!

6/20/2007 6:03:10 PM

I've also done my own research on supplements. Can't just take someone's word.

6/20/2007 5:40:41 PM

Looks good and I feed only a vit, mineral supplement

6/20/2007 4:56:27 PM

electolytes

6/20/2007 4:42:49 PM

Platinum performance, Immune supplement to help prevent uveitis recurrence, cosequin

6/20/2007 4:34:36 PM

I also use suplements that I have researched as well as what my farrier recomended

6/20/2007 4:12:36 PM

Chiropractor felt fetlocks were a little stff so recommended joint supplement

6/20/2007 2:58:21 PM

I am looking into supplements now, because my horse is restricted to hay only.

6/20/2007 2:54:48 PM

I use MSM, glucosomine, soy oil, and a vitamin mineral supp. with biotin.

6/20/2007 2:50:06 PM

I use supplements as proscribed in the equine cushings group for my IR mare.

6/20/2007 2:41:02 PM

Platinum Performance Equine

6/20/2007 2:25:11 PM

My gelding has thinshelly hoof walls and arthritis in one knee. The farrier suggested using Flex x.

6/20/2007 2:23:04 PM

Source HF for hooves, electrolytes, GLC5500 is awesome for joints!

6/20/2007 2:22:34 PM

chondroitin/glucosamine recommended by vet and mineral supplements recommended by farrier

6/20/2007 2:16:24 PM

I research them on my own as I am a practitioner myself.

6/20/2007 2:02:46 PM

The knowledgable staff at my local feed store

6/20/2007 1:57:10 PM

source

6/20/2007 1:42:05 PM

aspirin for corneal adema and accel just because

6/20/2007 1:38:12 PM

cosequin recommended by vet & E& Selenuim by Horse Journal due to geographical region also Ester C

6/20/2007 1:05:20 PM

I don't use supplements unless recommended by my vet for a specific reason.

6/20/2007 1:04:54 PM

I use supplements I personally feel will benefit my horses needs, arthritic, senior and vitamin/mine

6/20/2007 1:04:35 PM

Courtney Vincent, excellent barefoot trimmer introduced me to Arizona Regional Mix which i use now.

6/20/2007 12:49:02 PM

Strongid C2X in evening feed and Calm & Cool in summer for show season - ex racehorse

6/20/2007 12:34:13 PM

Learned about supplements in technical seminars

6/20/2007 12:33:58 PM

LMF Super Suppliment G...best stuff on the planet!!!

6/20/2007 12:33:12 PM

A supplement for my horses stomach - works great!

6/20/2007 12:32:22 PM

A former employer who's a hunter/jumper trainer.

6/20/2007 12:20:22 PM

none, did research myself

6/20/2007 12:13:01 PM

I use Arthrisooth joint supplement, and Omega Anitoxidant flax seed.

6/20/2007 12:12:42 PM

A friend that always has horeses in great condition recommended the supplements.

6/20/2007 11:52:01 AM

NeighLox for ulcers & Summer Games electrolyte

6/20/2007 11:44:56 AM

I researched and recommended joint supplements myself. My vet confirmed.

6/20/2007 11:37:26 AM

Have an IR horse.Website EC Yahoo recommendations diet/supps

6/20/2007 11:33:52 AM

i use a viyamin \ min. sup. and joint sup. and msm for a cribber.

6/20/2007 11:23:47 AM

Biotin for Hooves; Joint supplement as a preventative

6/20/2007 11:16:49 AM

I use Vita-ferm Equine.Best supplement ever! My horses are beautiful and maintain weight year round.

6/20/2007 11:04:38 AM

I did my own research for the supplements I use and then asked the experts

6/20/2007 10:51:17 AM

Hoof Flex and daily dewormer - everything else should be in their feed!-Pam H.

6/20/2007 10:44:56 AM

Dynamite products are the best for my horse - he is the healthiest he has ever been.

6/20/2007 10:38:01 AM

I use NW Horse Supp. & garlic(for flies) & dandelion root (for circulation- she foundered-this helps

6/20/2007 10:35:43 AM

My own research. Biotin and magnesium.

6/20/2007 10:33:24 AM

My vet says it was a waste of money for herbal supplements

6/20/2007 10:25:58 AM

Equine Nutritionist recommended for balacned ration

6/20/2007 10:12:42 AM

I do a lot of reading and checking out things before I use them.

6/20/2007 10:09:41 AM

electrolytes recommended by Vet after dehydration in severe heat, & corn oil recommended by trainer

6/20/2007 10:07:46 AM

Very rarely, only if I feel there is a reason.

6/20/2007 10:07:43 AM

Nutriquin & Electrolytes

6/20/2007 10:00:11 AM

Source Micronutrients - made from seaweed

6/20/2007 9:51:16 AM

Cool Calories is great for keeping the weight on my Perch/TB

6/20/2007 9:50:09 AM

Cosequin and Conquer and Adequan for arthritis, all natural herbal supplements for insulin resistanc

6/20/2007 9:46:11 AM

A equine nutritionist recommended

6/20/2007 9:25:44 AM

building red blood cells

6/20/2007 9:24:03 AM

I use a joint supplement for my Senior Horse and have started my 8 and 12 year old on it, too!

6/20/2007 9:10:19 AM

I use Health Check and UlcerAid herbs. I had a hair analysis done

6/20/2007 9:01:13 AM

My horses have everything in there feed. So it would be a wast if I used extra supplements.

6/20/2007 8:55:18 AM

I use some under my own recommendation

6/20/2007 8:51:43 AM

I use 99% pure MSM and Select II vitamins once a day for my Cushings horse, who is doing great

6/20/2007 8:51:41 AM

I use Rice Bran to keep coat shiny and horse fat

6/20/2007 8:44:37 AM

I test my hay and balance to my hay results.

6/20/2007 8:44:35 AM

My pregnant mare receives the support now and during lactation, but later, no.

6/20/2007 8:37:37 AM

I use Farriers Formula and natural supplements from Blue Ridge Distribution (the Win Treats people)

6/20/2007 8:35:10 AM

My trainer recommended Kent Omegatin. It has done wonder!!

6/20/2007 8:25:50 AM

I use supplements that were recommended by an equine nutritionist.

6/20/2007 7:57:09 AM

Vitamin E as we have a long winter and limited pasture for our stallions

6/20/2007 7:39:22 AM

sewdish horse power

6/20/2007 7:31:43 AM

calfmana for helping put weight

6/20/2007 6:34:35 AM

cosequin

6/20/2007 6:25:15 AM

Can't afford them. Only add vegan kitchen scraps and salt blocks

6/20/2007 5:42:42 AM

I feed everyone MSM, they also all get sea kelp, 2 draft mares get E&Sel, 1 gets Cosequin,1 Red Cell

6/20/2007 5:17:39 AM

the farrier recommended biotin and the chiropractor vitamine e and selenium

6/20/2007 2:23:46 AM

BLEEDERS

6/20/2007 1:42:31 AM

I use hoof and mineral supplements and Daily Dewormer

6/20/2007 1:38:29 AM

Yes, I'm a PAS. I use Mega Cell by Med Vet for all my horses.

6/20/2007 1:12:19 AM

use minimal, MSM and a pelleted viamin combination. that with good hay, i think i am in good shape.

6/20/2007 1:00:11 AM

E & Se / hoof / joint

6/20/2007 12:42:05 AM

I also try to keep up to date on info put out in horse publications to base decisions on which ones

6/20/2007 12:23:53 AM

vet recommended some, found rest by self research/school

6/19/2007 11:30:17 PM

Corta-Flx-tested/proven@MSU Dr. Hillary Clayton&Uckele Hylarin B

6/19/2007 11:02:44 PM

I use MSM, Remission, Ani-Hist, Fastrack and Flax Seed Meal on various horses.

6/19/2007 10:59:57 PM

hoof and natural minerals

6/19/2007 10:58:48 PM

I use Iron Horse vitamin mineral supplement

6/19/2007 10:56:03 PM

I'm a professional farrier and have seen first hand the benefits of certain ones.

6/19/2007 10:41:19 PM

Cosequin with MSM

6/19/2007 10:39:23 PM

Any good feed contains all you need

6/19/2007 10:38:10 PM

Natural diet plus Kohnke's Own developed to maximise uptake

6/19/2007 10:31:05 PM

i get my recommendations from the stockfeeders

6/19/2007 10:16:29 PM

Shoer's Friend

6/19/2007 10:11:35 PM

The barn owner

6/19/2007 10:01:46 PM

not my vet but a natural vet

6/19/2007 9:59:57 PM

Vet-recommended supplements for anhidrotic horse. cocosoya reccomended by vet/author Karen Hayes

6/19/2007 9:56:36 PM

I do my own research, along w/discussion w/my vet

6/19/2007 9:48:37 PM

USING COCOSOYA OIL FOR EXTRA ENERGY FOR TRAIL RIDING AND A GREAT SHINE IN THE HAIR

6/19/2007 9:42:00 PM

my grain mix has added vitamins and minerals, plus a fat additive

6/19/2007 9:40:25 PM

joint and hoof supplements regularly with good results!

6/19/2007 9:39:35 PM

2 Mares, ages 17 & 19=Horseshoer's Secret and Vita Flex

6/19/2007 9:30:02 PM

Trainer recommends Platinum Performance

6/19/2007 9:29:18 PM

couldnt vote I did my own research and follow pat colbey methods in her natural horse care book

6/19/2007 9:21:47 PM

Actually my nutritionist recommended a soya oil product for weight gain.

6/19/2007 9:19:40 PM

I have older horses and have used Source for years. My vet thinks its a great idea...

6/19/2007 9:18:39 PM

Vet recommended a joint supplement for my arthritic senior mare, and ixosuprine for her navicular

6/19/2007 9:15:58 PM

I use Equipride. No one recommended it. I talked to them at an expo. Great all around supplement.

6/19/2007 8:58:26 PM

I use Farriers Formula on my 17 yo Appy and have noticed a huge improvement in health of frog !

6/19/2007 8:51:57 PM

Joint supplement, farriers formula, minovit

6/19/2007 8:42:43 PM

None of the above. suppsare based on what is needed to balance my tested hay

6/19/2007 8:41:51 PM

joint, ulcer prevention, selenium,

6/19/2007 8:28:05 PM

each horse is different, broodmares, yes - aged horses, yes

6/19/2007 8:27:00 PM

My 27 y/o uses ortho-chon and Focus Sr. to help keep him going strong.

6/19/2007 8:25:32 PM

I decided to give them

6/19/2007 8:16:15 PM

Farrier's Formula, Rice Bran oil, Cosequin SP, Vita E&S

6/19/2007 8:13:06 PM

He told me to get her off sweet feed, and add a biotin supplement

6/19/2007 8:12:35 PM

I have been using supplements from HorseTech for six years and my horses are very healthy.

6/19/2007 8:12:24 PM

Some years ago, I was led to a brand of nupplements which I have used since. Much healthier horses!

6/19/2007 8:08:28 PM

LMF feed the super supplement for developing foals and mares, balanced minerals w/o all the calorie

6/19/2007 8:06:43 PM

supplement vitamins and minerals to ensure a balanced diet and optimal health

6/19/2007 8:02:06 PM

none of the above: I chose them myself

6/19/2007 7:54:39 PM

glucosomine

6/19/2007 7:38:38 PM

Seabuck Complete,for ulcer prevention

6/19/2007 7:33:59 PM

Extruded Soy (gold and it clumps) added (1/4 cup) to feed gives t he ultimate shine.

6/19/2007 7:21:20 PM

We use biotin, MSM, weight gain, and pro biotic supplements as needed by individual horses.

6/19/2007 7:20:18 PM

I use a glucosamine supplement as a preventative as well as vitmain and mineral supplements

6/19/2007 7:12:08 PM

I research any that I use. I only use when necessary. Adequan, HA

6/19/2007 7:09:23 PM

Only a mineral salt block.

6/19/2007 6:59:42 PM

Quiessence

6/19/2007 6:58:56 PM

glc5500

6/19/2007 6:54:25 PM

I decide depending on the horse

6/19/2007 6:51:48 PM

Help arthritis in hocks.

6/19/2007 6:50:44 PM

I use Aniflex Complete, Farrier's Formula, a probiotic and Equine Gold's Breathe Ease for heaves.

6/19/2007 6:50:02 PM

Vit E, Selenium, Sea salt, 1/2 electrolytes, Vit C with a bit of Senior

6/19/2007 6:46:52 PM

Quiessence worked great for fat mare. Vets not into supplementation.

6/19/2007 6:41:33 PM

I am a Dynamite distributor.

6/19/2007 6:38:48 PM

Use MSM powder on vet recommendation as preventative (horse is 20yrs old)

6/19/2007 6:36:13 PM

I use a joint supplement my vet recommended and saw a big difference in her movement

6/19/2007 6:35:02 PM

I visit an online draft horse group for info. Not many local draft owners to ask q's .

6/19/2007 6:34:30 PM

non-fat dry milk & a biotin tab for feet . saves $$$ also. Vit. E because I don't have much grass.

6/19/2007 6:31:02 PM

I choose supplements based what my horse needs and my research.

6/19/2007 6:28:32 PM

yes, epends on individual horse needs

6/19/2007 6:28:16 PM

or by recomendation of a nutrionist.

6/19/2007 6:27:41 PM

24 yr. qtr. horse had major hoof bruise in club foot with a navicular spur. Joint & hoof supplement

6/19/2007 6:23:03 PM

I also do alot of research to find out what works best

6/19/2007 6:23:02 PM

Daily Wormer and electrolytes

6/19/2007 6:09:44 PM

I do my own research and utilize many natural options in my animals health care!

6/19/2007 6:03:01 PM

I decided myself based on research

6/19/2007 5:56:02 PM

We feed Born to Win, much closer to a supplement than a grain for good nutritional balance.

6/19/2007 5:54:47 PM

I use Missing Link with chondroiton. I buy it based on the stated ingredients, not advice.

6/19/2007 5:52:27 PM

i did my own research and balanced my hay (tested) with recommended levels of vi tamins and minerals

6/19/2007 5:51:35 PM

I only use Platinum Performance and it was recommended by my vet. I love it !

6/19/2007 5:50:50 PM

I give 2 supps for muscular cramp issues and free choice minerals and salt

6/19/2007 5:45:33 PM

Use joint, hoof and bone supplements

6/19/2007 5:43:27 PM

I feed free choice Vitamin and Mineral supplement to balance their diet of grass hay

6/19/2007 5:41:39 PM

I use Gro Strong in the feed at night and give a free mineral block and salt block for the daytime

6/19/2007 5:39:55 PM

Calf Manna when needed

6/19/2007 5:38:48 PM

A variety of supplements to help with chronic colic/intestinal inflammation & to avoid prednisolone

6/19/2007 5:31:40 PM

I use Platinum Performance

6/19/2007 5:31:27 PM

My vet recommended one pound of All Phase By Pennfield Feed per horse per day as a mineral

6/19/2007 5:29:42 PM

I use Springtime Garlic powder on my super sensitive horse - the bugs don't touch him!

6/19/2007 5:28:01 PM

They make for shiny coats and healthy eyes

6/19/2007 5:27:20 PM

mineral supp/glucosomine and MSM/VIT E

6/19/2007 5:24:40 PM

Yes, I use supplements. They were recommend by my Equine Body Worker (EBW) They make a difference!!

6/19/2007 5:21:48 PM

I research them.

6/19/2007 5:05:37 PM

I use Inflammaway EQ & my 32 yo Crabbet Arabian mare does just fine.

6/19/2007 5:03:45 PM

good forage fresh hay any fruits and vigies he will eat and sweet feed ofr a treat

6/19/2007 5:00:43 PM

Super Farriers Supplement prevents dry hooves

6/19/2007 4:56:05 PM

Tricacta for an older mare. It helps her tremendously!!

6/19/2007 4:56:02 PM

thyro L for overweight horse succeptible to laminitis

6/19/2007 4:49:37 PM

custom diet to my hay per Cushing's/IR guidelines with my vet & Dr. Kellon

6/19/2007 4:49:10 PM

Insulin Resistant horse improved per supplements recommended by Dr. Eleanor Kellon.

6/19/2007 4:47:24 PM

Actualy I recommended them.

6/19/2007 4:44:06 PM

Glucosamine - veterinary grade

6/19/2007 4:36:11 PM

i HAVE USED SUPPLEMENTS IN THE PAST WITH A HORSE WITH A BID STIFFLE JOINT.

6/19/2007 4:35:18 PM

Using joint and hoof supplements only

6/19/2007 4:30:16 PM

and myself from reading. one horse with multiple health issues gets 3 kinds, the healthy horses none

6/19/2007 4:29:21 PM

corn oil and extruded soybean meal added to one cup rolled oats per horse

6/19/2007 4:26:18 PM

As needed. Depending upon over all condition/s,horses use, weather (extremes).Education,articles,Vet

6/19/2007 4:22:08 PM

Dynamite Free N Easy helped my older mare

6/19/2007 4:11:33 PM

Hoof Power - supplement for improved hoof condition - contains biotin

6/19/2007 4:10:48 PM

Nutrequin vitamins for oldies & youngsters, joint supplement for aged athetes w/ touch of arthritis

6/19/2007 4:08:13 PM

and equine Dentist

6/19/2007 4:05:13 PM

Personal Research - Educate yourselves - NOT fads!

6/19/2007 4:04:46 PM

I use fly control is the major but I also add salt during summer months.

6/19/2007 4:02:26 PM

My trainer recommended a supplement

6/19/2007 4:01:10 PM

top form glucosamine

6/19/2007 3:57:51 PM

My equine nutritionist recommended them.

6/19/2007 3:56:52 PM

Lubrisyn-Daily liquid Hyloronic Acid joint supplement

6/19/2007 3:56:50 PM

I USE HORSE GUARD BRAND.

6/19/2007 3:56:37 PM

I use Horseshine, Liquid joint supplement along with pelleted fortified feed

6/19/2007 3:54:42 PM

I have a holistic vet.. said to use Missing Link, Garlic, Lysine and Vit C...for my young horse

6/19/2007 3:54:08 PM

hoof supplement

6/19/2007 3:48:23 PM

good feed + clean H2O = no supplements

6/19/2007 3:45:51 PM

added fat to their feed, if you want to consider that a supplement

6/19/2007 3:45:48 PM

I supplement based on my hay analysis and only provide what's needed.

6/19/2007 3:45:47 PM

At tiimes I have if needed, hoofs, getting ready for shows, health reasons

6/19/2007 3:44:23 PM

Ran into my daughter's horse trainer friend in feedstore, who selected items for me.

6/19/2007 3:41:27 PM

selenium, vitamins,

6/19/2007 3:41:15 PM

corn oil, for a shiny coat

6/19/2007 3:39:22 PM

I use a hoof supplement (wet S. FL summers) & feed through worm control. Good overall diet is best!

6/19/2007 3:39:08 PM

Pennwoods Equine

6/19/2007 3:38:19 PM

I feed Omolene 200 and add beet pulp and/or cracked corn if one of my Clydes needs to gain weight.

6/19/2007 3:36:52 PM

I add Competitor's Edge, minerals,electrolytes,1 T.veg.oil.

6/19/2007 3:35:48 PM

Yes I use supplements I am a distributor

6/19/2007 3:34:27 PM

I also have used online research and have attended clinics by nutritional experts.

6/19/2007 3:34:20 PM

HealthyCoat is a favorite at my place. The Omegas keep the horses healthy from the inside out.

6/19/2007 3:30:18 PM

joint supplements for dwarf minis

6/19/2007 3:29:18 PM

My horse's breeder recommended a supplement, he is mostly on a hay diet,a nd the quality varies thro

6/19/2007 3:28:36 PM

Some are due to my own research.

6/19/2007 3:28:25 PM

Vit E/Selenium is on the vet recomendation, the other was my choice of all those available.

6/19/2007 3:26:53 PM

apl cidr vinegr, Flax & olive oil, H.A., Glucosamine, msm, vit. c, siliforce, paprika, silver lining

6/19/2007 3:25:28 PM

Trainer advised - sticky stifle issues

6/19/2007 3:13:48 PM

Last year my mare fractured her leg and had a torn sheath tendon....so joints supp was added

6/19/2007 3:12:47 PM

joint supplement and seasonal herbs

6/19/2007 3:12:14 PM

Grostrong minerals by ADM- they are great for the hooves, coat, and in helping the ghorse utilize th

6/19/2007 3:11:54 PM

I use Fast Track by Conklin and it works great. Highly recommend by my Farrier

6/19/2007 3:09:33 PM

I use various, mainly coat...Clovite...Calf Manna works great!

6/19/2007 3:08:58 PM

My trainer recommended Genahorse for feet. I tested and it works! Proof positive!

6/19/2007 3:03:58 PM

Daily Probiotic and MSM

6/19/2007 2:49:31 PM

I research all supplements that I use

6/19/2007 12:01:56 PM

Self - Research

6/19/2007 11:40:10 AM

Ferriers Formula,Flax Seed, Glucosomine, Haluronic Acid, Daily Wormer, Minerals

6/19/2007 10:34:24 AM

My horse's diet supplies his needs but if my vet ever recommends them, he will go in them.

6/19/2007 9:53:53 AM