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Mud-X is a unique and very strong formula which quickly tackles the skin of the legs and feet in muddy conditions . The strong properties of Mud-X helps enable your horse to keep your horse safe and sound in the harshest of conditions. Mud-X can be fed at any time of the year for continued support and works throughout the whole body. Suitable for all horses and ponies.
THE MUD SUPPLEMENT Powerful skin blend tackles the most difficult conditions and keeps skin in good working order. Works within a few days. No need for powerful chemicals or topical solutions, just feed for all over action at any time.
Powder: Introduce gradually, then feed 1 x 25ml level scoops twice daily for an average 500kg horse. Liquid: Feed 1 x 25ml twice daily for an average 500kg horse. Keep at these levels for 4-6 weeks. Reduce to half the amount of powder/liquid for maintenance levels. Mud-X can be fed throughout the year
Use Mud-X Cream when you need that quick effective help on difficult muddy days. When you bring your horse in from the field wash off all mud well and dry before applying Mud-X Cream to any specifically troublesome spots. This cream can be applied before turnout but is water soluble and will not stay on the skin all day. In such situations it will however work to keep the skin safe for considerable periods.
For those difficult muddy days Apply before or after turning out
After cleaning the affected area and drying, apply cream lightly and ensure rain or grass does not wash it off. Usefully applied at night.
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Not for fussy eaters but if you can get your horse to eat this it is a very effective product
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