At Southern Equine Distributing, we stand behind our products. We truly believe that Equine Omega Complete® is the best choice for horses of all kinds, of all ages, and of all disciplines. In particular, we believe that EOC® is the best choice for horses suffering from reduced joint mobility due to age, injury, and inflammation and horses suffering from common digestive issues such as ulcers.
We spend time, energy and money on researching and selecting the supplement to properly support our horse’s health in all the right ways. Whether we’re looking to address a specific health issue or simply want to support overall health, it is important to understand how the ingredients contribute to this.
Aging is a normal part of life, and when horses reach their early teens, they are considered seniors. At this age, horse owners tend to look at additional or alternative ways to maintain their optimal health by reducing the effects of age-related ailments and promoting their overall health and well-being. The most common health issues […]
Vitamin E is critically important to horses; it is an essential dietary nutrient that normally comes from grazing.
If you currently add supplements and/or vitamins to your horse’s diet, you may be overspending on products that do not provide all of the benefits that you need.
Horses can experience difficulty gaining or maintaining weight for several reasons. Health conditions, age-related issues, or simply inadequate calories can all contribute. Equine Mega Gain® can help a hard keeper gain weight – and keep it.
If your horse suffers from anhidrosis, sweat may be difficult to experience, even on the hottest and most humid days. Mega Sweat® can help.
Vitamin E is an integral part of your horse’s health, and ensuring your horse receives the proper amount of vitamin E to protect and promote cellular health can be easily administered; however, not just any type of vitamin E will provide the proper results.
Allergies in horses can be difficult to manage, commonly affecting the respiratory system and skin.
There are a wide variety of oils included in equine supplements and feeds on the market today. Ongoing studies conducted by various research firms, educational institutions and feed companies have been produced to provide customers with the best first-hand knowledge about their benefits.