Prevent Stomach Ulcers and Digestive Problems with Starting Gate Granules When Transporting Horses!

Prevent Stomach Ulcers & Digestive Problems With Starting Gate Granules When Transporting Stressed Horses!

Transporting Horses –  It is a generally accepted theory that stress on horses being transported can induce symptoms of gastric ulcers.  Starting Gate Granules is a safe & inexpensive natural alternative to acid blocking drugs when transporting horses for short term trips.  Starting Gate is now  available in a smaller 1.1 gallon travel size (3 week supply) that stores more easily than our 5 gallon pails (15 week supply) when traveling.

Signs of ulcers – 1 in 3 Horses suffer from gastric ulcers. Horses who exhibit signs of ulcers may benefit from the use of Starting Gate.  These signs may include:

poor appetite, dullness, attitude changes, decreased performance, poor body condition, rough hair coat, poor hoof growth, weight loss, intermittent colic, and diarrhea. 

The ingredients in Starting Gate are well documented to help reverse these conditions resulting from gastric equine ulcers.

Testing Palatability – The palatability of Starting Gate Granules on horses is excellent.  However, customers with horses that are finicky eaters may prefer to test the palatability of the product in the 1.1 gallon size (Item 404) before ordering the larger 5 gallon pail.

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