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Dodson & Horrell Itch Free for Horses

  • 1kg Tub £11.99
  • 2.5kg Bag £22.49
  • 5kg Bag £41.99
  • 10kg Bag £76.99

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Dodson & Horrell Itch Free is a scientifically balanced blend of herbs including Chamomile, Burdock Root, Nettle and Garlic Granules, when combined they make a powerful and effective nutritional supplement ideal for superb maintenance of the skin and coat.

Seasonal changes can affect your horse’s skin and coat, conditions such as sweet-itch can cause great discomfort and distress. By adding Itch-Free to your horse’s feed you can help to keep him feeling comfortable and healthy on the inside which will show on the outside.

Benefits

  • A herbal blend with soothing, healing and repelling properties
  • Ideal for seasonal changes
  • Available as a dried blend

Ingredients

  • Chamomile
  • Burdock Root
  • Garlic Granules
  • Nettle

Feeding Guidelines

  • Ponies & smaller horses: 2 scoops (50g) per day
  • Larger horses: 2.5 scoops (62.5g) per day

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Feeding all year round?

10th Sep 2017
Eleanor Humphries

Would you reccomend feeding this product all year round or just during summer month?
Many thanks.

  • Veterinary Advisor

This product can certainly be fed all year round but it depends on the individual horse. If your horse can be itchy in the winter then I would give it all year. However, if you do decide not to give it over winter I would start again at the beginning of spring to help prevent the itchiness before it even starts.