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With its powerful aroma, Airways® Xtra Strength Powder opens the airways and eases breathing. Airways® Xtra Strength Powder should be added to the feed daily for horses stabled for long periods or those who are experiencing low level congestion, or irritation from dust in bedding and hay. For lower respiratory health or laboured breathing, complete a course of Coff-Less before maintaining on Airways® Xtra Strength Powder or use Coff-Less permanently for long term concerns.
Does not contravene current Jockey Club or FEI rules; it can continue to be fed whilst the horse is competing.
Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Oil of Eucalyptus, Oil of Peppermint, Menthol, Preserved with Ammonium Propionate.
|FEI/Jockey Club Legal?||Yes|
How long will it last? (average size
horse at maintenance rate)
|Approximately one month|
|Average cost per day? (Approx)||61p|
All prices include VAT where applicable.
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Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Equine America Airways Xtra Strength Powder for Horses, including answers from our team.
It has been suggested by my granddaughters dressage trainer that her very bright and talented Dartmoor pony may have slight breathing problems during the summer indicated by his laziness at that time.There are no symptoms like a cough
but just lack of oomph,and he doesn't like hot weather.Would the Airways extra strength suit this rather nebulous problem?
Breathing problems due to pollen allergies during the summer are not uncommon in horses and your dressage trainer is right that you may not always see obvious symptoms like a cough. Signs can be more subtle such as slightly increased respiratory rate and effort and the presence of a "heave line" across the abdominal muscles. You could try Airways Xtra Strength though I am not sure how effective it will be for the lower airways where the problem lies. I would suggest Winergy Ventilate as a more suitable product to try. Alternatively you could have your vet do a scope and take a sample of fluid from the airways which will tell you definitively if there is inflammation present.
I bought Equine America Airways Xtra Strength Powder for Horses and also coff-less , i want to know if i can use them for foals ( 8 Months ) ?and if i can use it for foals , the dosage will be how much ? and i want to know also if i can mix both products on one meal or seperate ?
Both products are fine to give to 8 month old foals. A course of Coff-Less is recommended first before maintaining on Airways® Xtra Strength Powder so you shouldn't need to mix both into the same feed. If you did it shouldn't cause a problem but is probably pointless. The dose rate is dependant on the weight of the foals. If they are around 250kg then you should give half the dose recommended for an average 500kg horse.
Hello, can i use this all year round? or is it only short term use? thanks
This is intended for long-term use and it is fine to give it that way.
Hi, is this safe for pregnant mares, so many respiratory aids are not, I cannot see where you list contra indications?
Thank you for your question, I have contacted the manufacturer and they have assured me that this is fine to use on pregnant mares.
I do hope this helps, if you have any further enquiries please do not hesitate to contact us.