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AniPsyll Powder

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AniPsyll Powder

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: AHC

ANIMEDHORSE CARE

It’s all about the animals.

100% Natural

For Horses of All Classes

DIGESTIVE

AniPsyll Powder is a natural source of Psyllium husks and dietary fiber designed to increase ration bulk. This soluble fiber also helps maintain a healthy digestive tract. Because AniPsyll expands to a smooth, lubricating gel when passing through the horse's digestive tract, it may reduce the possibility of digestive colic; especially where sand may be present.

FEEDING DIRECTIONS:

Therapeutic Dose: Feed 9 ounces twice daily for up to 20 days.

Maintenance Dose: Feed 3 ounces daily for 14 days, followed by 1 ounce daily as a preventative.

Note: Enclosed scoop measures approximately 1 ounce.

FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY.

KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

Crude Fiber (min) 33.5%

INGREDIENTS:

Psyllium Husk, roughage (all natural plant fiber)

Keep tightly sealed and store in a dry place out of direct sunlight.

Manufactured By: AHC PRODUCTS, INC., Winchester, KY 40391

859-737-3441

www.animedproducts.com

NET WEIGHT:

 

 

4.85 pounds (2.20 Kg)

UP TO AN 80-DAY SUPPLY

1-4102

8 pounds (3.63 Kg)

UP TO A 128-DAY SUPPLY

1-4102

20 pounds (9.07 Kg)

 

1-4102

NAC No.: 1077002.4

AHC PRODUCTS, INC.
ANIMED™

301 WEST BROADWAY, WINCHESTER, KY, 40391
Telephone:   859-737-3441
Fax:   859-737-1143
Website:   www.animedproducts.com
Email:   animed@ahcpinc.com
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