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HORSE SHOW PREPARATION: Avoiding gastric ulcers
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HORSE SHOW PREPARATION: Avoiding gastric ulcers
on 02 August 2019
Baileys Ease and Excel is perfect for horses that are prone to stomach ulcers

FORMULATED for horses prone to gastric ulcers, Baileys Ease & Excel contains a blend of ingredients all selected to be easy on the stomach and digestive system. It’s very low starch content (6%) helps avoid increasing natural digestive acidity levels, while the inclusion of Protexin In-Feed formula helps support the health and integrity of the whole digestive tract.

This bespoke blend of digestive support, from Protexin, contains beta glucans, which slow the passage of feed through the system, ensuring more is able to be digested and absorbed where it should be, in the small intestine. It also contains natural antacids as well as gum Arabic, which helps support the integrity of the gut lining. With excellent quality protein and performance levels of slow release energy, vitamins and minerals, Ease & Excel is ideal for any sensitive horse with moderate to high calorie requirements.

Find out more at The Royal Dublin Horse Show by visiting the Baileys Horse Feeds stand in Simmonscourt, number S113.

www.easeandexcel.co.uk

+44 (0) 1371 850247

+44 (0) 7885 065531

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