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​Why Stomach Buffers?

​Why Stomach Buffers?

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Feb 25th 2021

A healthy horse allowed free access to graze pasture or eat hay all day has a normal stomach pH of 4 to 7. Researchers found that when food is restricted, it takes only 1 hour for the pH of a horse’s … read more
What is GASTRO pHix®?

What is GASTRO pHix®?

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Dec 30th 2020

What is GASTRO pHix®?GASTRO pHix® is a foregut supplement designed to buffer and soothe. It is recommended to support normal pH of the horse’s stomach, and soothe and support normal health of tissue … read more
Alley Issues Tied to Nutrition

Alley Issues Tied to Nutrition

Posted by Jyme Nichols, PhD on Dec 8th 2020

No matter what kind of races you attend or what caliber horse you ride, fine tuning your horse’s nutrition program increases your chance of success. Have you ever felt a sugar high from eating a ca … read more