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Aloe-Agave equine supplement for Horses by Doc Hoag's 4X
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Doc Hoag's Aloe Agave for Horses.
Help for gastric issues in performance horses
Doc Hoag's Aloe-Agave for horses is unlike any other Aloe on the market. Created by a formulations chemist and expert, who also is a horse owner, trainer and breeder, to help with the gastric conditions that can plague performance horses.
Our proprietary formula is a combination of organic aloe vera concentrated 200X, and inulin from organic blue agave.
Aloe Vera is known for its benefits to the skin, stomach and colon. It is high in fiber and soothes the digestive tract, helping to calm both front and hind gut. It is also known for its antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties.
Blue agave inulin is a palatable source of fiber, prebiotic for the hind gut, and helps control blood sugar naturally.
Inulin and aloe work synergistically to treat the fore and hind gut and promote digestive health.
The easiest way to feed it is simply pour the recommended amount over their grain feed twice a day.
4x formula has up to 128 doses per gallon (4 times the aloe vera of our 1x formula)
For best results:
Loading: feed 2oz (1/4 cup) twice a day
Maintenance: feed 1oz (1/8 cup) twice a day
Anti-inflammatory and cooling properties, it moisturizes, accelerates wound healing, fights aging, great for sunburns, and more great properties than we have space to mention. We use natural aloe-vera that has been concentrated 200X!
un-retouched before and after photos
Testamonial by owner, rider & trainer Hanna Jungling
Organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice
Inulin from organic blue agave
Sodium benzoate xanthin gun
Doc Hoag's Aloe-Agave was developed by a world class formulations chemist, who is also a horse owner, trainer and breeder. This product was developed as a more natural to help with common gastric issues that seem common with performance horses.
We chose the name "Doc Hoag's" as a way to honor Dr. Warren G. Hoag, DVM, MPH, FRSH who left us too early in 1986. He was the original inspiration to venture out, begin our own business, and be a little different than everyone else.
While everyone else called him "Dr. Hoag", I had one friend that called him "Doc Hoag", and he loved that!
I just called him Dad.
We know he is watching, so we have to keep doing it right! We think he would like what we have done!
Gastric Ulcers in horses may be associated with:
Change in appetite
Poor hair coat/color
Moodiness and irriatibility
Grinding of teeth and salivating
Pump for 1 gallon F-style jugs 38-400 Economy
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