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  1. Robert Miles September 9, 2018 at 10:52 pm - Reply

    Need the product: Aloe Advantage: Aloe Salve. This is a product within the “Matrix 3 step system”. You show the product for step 1 but not the other 2 products that go with it as step 2 and step 3.

    • Kassie Miller
      Kassie Miller September 13, 2018 at 9:01 pm - Reply

      Hi Robert – We apologize but we have discontinued steps 2 and 3 of this line.

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Formula 911®

Formula 911® provides hydration & energy to young animals by providing them with a blend of electrolytes, probiotics, nutrients & sugars.  Product size: Single use 100 gm packet - no waste or mess Approved for use: Young calves, foals, lambs, kids, baby pigs, fawns, llamas and alpacas crias. Benefits: Mixes with milk, milk replacer, or water – for [...]

By | January 14th, 2019|Equine, First Aid, Goats, Hobby Farm, Livestock, Product Spotlight|0 Comments

Winter Horse Care Survival

Horses can survive, even thrive in frigid conditions – which seems contrary to conventional ‘anatomical’ wisdom since only a scant supply of blood flows to a horse’s limbs in the best of weather.  So it would seem horses would not be able to perfuse enough blood to warm their legs in extremely low temperatures.  “Yet [...]

By | December 27th, 2018|Equine, First Aid, Livestock, Trending Topics|0 Comments

The Wheels on the Trailer Go, Round and Round

It’s that time of year again when people will load up and head to the fair or their favorite trail.  Safety should always come first when it comes to our favorite equine companions. What are some things that come to mind before heading out on the open road? Tires, brakes, lights, fluid levels, equipment checks, [...]

By | August 15th, 2018|Equine, General Information|0 Comments

Product Spotlight: SoreEze Liniment

Sore-Eze™ Liniment contains simple yet effective ingredients that helps reduce soft tissue pain and inflammation. Product Size: 16 oz bottle Approved for use on all classes of horses.  Benefits: Can be used on the back, neck, legs, hock, knees and hoof to help reduce soft tissue discomfort. Ingredients are simple, the effectiveness is not. Contains [...]

By | November 8th, 2017|Equine, First Aid, Product Spotlight|0 Comments

Colic and Horses: What You Need to Know

As a horse owner, the word COLIC can cause fear and panic! For those who aren’t familiar with colic, it’s the leading medical cause of death in horses. Technically, colic refers to pain in a horse’s abdomen, although colic episodes typically reflect conditions of the colon. While colic can include a simple blockage, a spasm in the [...]

By | August 9th, 2017|Equine, General Information|0 Comments

Fly Control 101: Mosquitoes

If you’ve been outside, then I’m sure you’ve been bitten by a mosquito a time or a dozen times. These pesky insects not only cause skin irritation but spread serious diseases and viruses. Understanding their habits could help prevent bites and help in reducing the number around you, your animals and your property. According to [...]

By | June 15th, 2017|Equine, Fly Control, General Information|0 Comments

Fly Control 101: Fly Sprays and Repellants

There are many fly sprays and repellants, but have you ever wondered what ingredients you should be looking for in order to be most effective? Durvet offers many fly control products, ranging from fly sprays to shampoos, containing a variation of Permethrin, Pyrethrin, and/or Citronella. Understanding what these actives are, and what are they’re doing [...]

Fly Control 101: Barn and Land Management Tactics

Flies! Flies! Flies! Everyone struggles with these pesky insects, causing frustration not only to us but also to our beloved animals. House flies may not bite but are major carriers of disease and a cause for concern. Every horse and every owner know the distinct sound of horse flies or deer flies putting everyone on [...]

By | April 19th, 2017|Equine, Fly Control, General Information|0 Comments

The Senior Horse Has a Lot to Offer

Here’s something to think about… Middle age for humans begins at about 45. Middle age for your horse begins at around 15, with a life expectancy of about 30. Along the way, the inevitable signposts of aging begin appearing, including weight loss, a somewhat swayed back, the reduced muscle around the withers and haunches, and a [...]

By | January 4th, 2017|Equine|0 Comments