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Using EOC to Fight Osteoarthritis in Horses

Equine joint health is crucial, especially in managing osteoarthritis. Recent research has emphasized the importance of marine-derived fatty acids for maintaining healthy joints.

Equine Allergies and Omega-3s

While it may feel like winter will never end, rest assured that spring is right around the corner and for many horses this means seasonal allergies. The good news is that there are ways that you can support your allergy prone horse through targeted supplementation.

EOC® for Inflammation

Have you ever wondered why fatty acid supplements, like Equine Omega Complete, are so effective at managing inflammation?

The Importance of Omega Fatty Acids In Horse Diets

Just like humans, horses require omega-3 and 6 fatty acids in their diet. This is typically met by consuming large amounts of fresh pasture; however, high-quality grazing is unavailable during Canadian winter, and dry hay contains a very low count of these important fats. This requires horses to be provided with supplemental sources such as […]

Studies on EOC® as a Horse Ulcer Treatment

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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.

Ulcer Case Study No. 5

This case study looks at two horses who competed professionally and presented with ulcers.

Ulcer Case Study No. 3

This case study follows an 11-year old Warmblood mare with recurring episodes of colic.

Equine Omega Complete®

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.

The Power of Oils in Equine Nutrition

A wide variety of oils are 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.