Does your horse: have a poor appetite, a dull coat, and does not drink a sufficient amount of water?
Does the stall always have a strong ammonia smell?
- Digestive& Immune Systems
- Hydration, Electrolytes, and Endurance
- Regulation of Acid Base pH balance
- Healthy Respiratory Function
Stiff, sore joints: Too much acid in the blood leads to irritation and inflammation and sets the stage for joint discomfort and pain.
Stomach and digestive disorders: Too much acid wreaks havoc on a horses colon, which must be kept clean of accumulated acid wastes. Acid wastes turn rancid and poisonous and collect on the colon walls. This in turn may trigger diarrhea and constipation.