Supplement for all Classes of Horses
Garlic is used by many horse and pony owners as a regular equine feed supplement. It contains substances with benefits of pain-relieving, anti-flammatory and reduced swelling.
Many horse owners feed an equine garlic supplement for its insect repelling qualities – the sweat produced by a horse fed on garlic gives out an odor that keeps flies, ticks, and midges away – making it a natural fly repellant. Horse owners also find feeding garlic useful as part of their equine worming program. Regular feeding of Garlic is effective in deterring tapeworms, pinworms, and roundworms – but this should not exclude the use of regular wormers.
Benefits of Garlic:
Insect repelling qualities
Antibacterial, helps fight infection
Antiviral, antifungal, and anti-parasitic
Helps build a healthy immune system
Inhibits the growth of cancer cells.
Aids in circulation and digestion by relieving inflammation of intestines.