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Spray Insecticide or Rug Apply: Shapleys M-T-G
Feed: QLD Itch Ease
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QLD Itch Ease
the initial bite – changing the need to self mutilate into a ‘it’s not that bad response’ – like a normal horse.
Is the mineral mix safe to feed alongside other regular feed supplements? Yes there are no conflicting or potentially toxic minerals to be concerned about. 100% Safe for pregnant mares. Recipe under Patent application process – hence ingredients not published yet.
How do I measure 50 grams? Gently but firmly pack the enclosed measuring cup – it should be close enough to 50 gram in weight.
Should I still rug my horse? Do whatever you need to assist your horse to be comfortable and safe. If you live in a high midge or march fly population area, you most certainly should assist your horses comfort.
Should I use an insecticide? We recommend doing so to help keep the biting insects off the horse whilst it is recovering from the inside out. If your horse is afraid of sprays, consider using a wipe on mix such as Brute or a homemade mix of 1 ltr Coconut oil adding 5ml Neem oil or 5ml Lemon of Eucalyptus Oil. Do NOT use Neem on pregnant mares to avoid stimulating the uterus.
My horse’s ears, mane or tail is still itchy after 3 weeks, why would that be? Rubbing of the ears, mane or tail after 3 weeks is a strong indication your horse may be carrying a skin mite burden in these regions. Suspect mites in these regions are psoroptes or sarcoptes. Alternatively your horse may have a psoriasis skin disease other than QLD Itch. Consult your veterinarian on both accounts for best treatment options.
Owning a QLD Itch horse is not something one would understand until they find themselves with one. A perfect horse may arrive in a new area without any history of itch, and then suddenly develop the terrible itch. You may find your once totally great horse has become cranky, unsafe or unwilling to be ridden, preferring to spend long hours self mutilating himself. You are left with a horse with endless bouts of bacterial skin infections to deal with. Your horse is of little use to ride, compete on or even socialise with. Neither of you are happy about the situation. Everyone gives you a suggestion or two on how to treat, some appear to improve things on one front but overall, nothing has ‘worked’. You may wonder what good is it to keep trying perhaps you think selling is your only option. Not anymore! For the first time - a feed supplement has been created that targets the immune response to
QLD Itch Ease goes to work drawing pathogens from the inside and flushing these out, whilst replacing bad bacteria with good ones. It further boosts the immune system whilst stabilising an over or under active response to an itchy bite. Q.I.E also down regulates the inflammatory reaction to the bite. Further ingredients also help the skin to repair, aiding in the treatment of QLD Itch from the inside out. We believe if you feed QLD Itch Ease daily at just 50 grams per horse with a sensible approach to managing insect bites and apply just a little M-TG to the old sores and any new ones (upto 3 times per week maximum) whilst the internal system is being rectified you will see results like these in just 2-3 weeks.