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ADR POWDER

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$81.00
SKU:
177510AA

Product Overview

ADR POWDER

Mega-Dose Probiotic with Prebiotic Support

ADR contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms. The unique blend of ingredients in ADR:

  1. Balances the horse’s intestinal microflora.
  2. Supports growth of beneficial bacteria in the intestines.
  3. Supports the immune system.
  4. Supports a healthy appetite.
  5. Supports normal health of intestinal tissue.
  6. Assists in the digestion and absorption of essential nutrients.
  7. Contains direct-fed microbial cultures to supply beneficial microorganisms that occur naturally in the hind gut of healthy horses.

 Key Ingredients:

  • Beta Glucans
  • Yeast Cultures (a source of mannan oligosaccharides)
  • Prebiotics
  • Probiotics

 

Reviews

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  • 5
    I believe it has helped my horses

    Posted by Debbie on Sep 6th 2020

    I used this for my horse to do the 21 day hind gut treatment and feel like my horse has responded well , I also used the ADR paste at her races and she stayed a lot calmer and focused

  • 4
    ADR

    Posted by Brandi on Feb 8th 2020

    it worked well for both horses!

  • 4
    ADR Powder

    Posted by Pam on Feb 6th 2020

    I have a horse that has stomach issues every winter. She had a couple of episodes before I started her on ADR ... she did have one issue afterwards but didnt have to take her to the Vet and I have been able to manage her symptoms since I changed her diet and started her on ADR. I am very pleased.

  • 5
    ADR

    Posted by Nicole Roberts on Oct 30th 2019

    Jaxon my daughters barrel prospect whom we believe has the talent, speed and athleticism to take her to the next level. Has struggled with gut issues since shortly after we bought him. His was constantly experiencing colic symptoms. He would stretch out like he needed to pee but never would, he would lay down but not thrash. This could usually be addressed with some banamene and walking. We were baffled, we checked all the normal things like consistent feeding, free feed hay, ulcer prevention, worming. There was not one factor we could figure out, he rarely did it at the same time of day sometimes he could go weeks and then out of nowhere we would have a problem. This would cause us to pull him back out of training until we could get him settled. This had gone in for a year. One day while in training he colicked and it was severe enough we hauled him to CSU veterinary teaching hospital. He was diagnosed with a displaced colon and an unusually small stomach. So we opted to do the standing procedure for Nephrosplenic entrapment which the surgeon goes in through the flank area and tied his colon down. This seemed to work for a couple of months then he was back to experiencing colic symptoms. This was very stressful because we didn’t know how to help him and my daughters goals were greatly delayed. I decided to call his previous owner who breed and raised him to ask what she fed him, if there were any issues with him while she owned him? She stated he never had any issues and that she only feeds Blue Bonnet. So I began to research the feed I had him on and did a simple experiment. I took a small coffee can full of each feed; one with Blue Bonnet and one with Hay Saver. I dumped two cups of water in each coffee can. The Blue Bonnet had very little expansion, the Hay Saver expanded to three times the original amount of grain. With that response I thought maybe with his small stomachs the expansion is what is irritating him. So I called Kristie Anderson our local Blue Bonnet supplier and told her what was going on and stated that I needed to get him back on Blue Bonnet to see if we can get his gut back to being consistent and healthy. Kristie also told me she was going to call in to speak with the Veterinarian that is in charge of Blue Bonnet’s nutrition program to get some recommendations. Kristie came back with the recommendation that ADR was the way to go to get him feeling better and get his gut in balance. He has been on the ADR for three months and we have not seen one issue. This is a huge deal for us because we really didn’t want to lose this horse! So we are huge advocates for the ADR product!

  • 3
    ADR

    Posted by Lisa Wagner on Oct 18th 2019

    Has helped one horse but not the other.

  • 5
    ADR Powder

    Posted by Sheri B on Sep 23rd 2019

    I first used this product at part of the 21 Hind Gut Repair program and the AMAZING results I saw with my older barrel horse/gelding I will continue to use this! I know my horse has a happy tummy!

  • 5
    Ulcer

    Posted by Nicole on Sep 22nd 2019

    My ottb seems much more calm and less spooky.

  • 5
    Impressive Results

    Posted by Kristin Weber on Aug 27th 2019

    I put my barrel racing mare on ADR last year for her chronic ulcers. She lives on daily omeprazole and also suffers from summer pasture associated allergy where she would develop a dry cough every August that required steroids to resolve. For the first time last summer she did not develop the cough and the only thing that changed was putting her on this product. She also has not had an ulcer flare-up either. Very pleased with the results I have seen. Thank you.

  • 5
    ADR Powder

    Posted by anecia on Aug 1st 2019

    Product works great for horses that are chronic to colic. I use on ones that have had colic surgery to prevent gas build up