The best results have been observed when it has been used in conjunction with GrazeEzy along with our other recommended diet adjustments.
While you are building up GrazeEzy, feed SOS high dose to overcome more serious issues. Once the horse is back to normal, gradually drop the amount. Keep some on hand for adding when necessary.
For acute problems remove the horse from ALL green, grass until he is back to normal, then gradually and carefully reintroduce grass again.
It is necessary to lower potassium intake by immediately removing from the horse’s diet:
- short, green, growing grass
legumes like clover and lucerne
- soy-based feeds and protein meals
- molassed feeds
All of the above add to your horse’s potassium load and make it harder for his system to keep vital minerals in balance.
He will still be ingesting plenty of potassium (more than his daily requirement) from his 24/7 hay
It needs to be introduced as per the directions on the back label. Start with a very little bit and increase every few days up