Transform DSI® Paste

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NOTE: Limited Quantities Available - This item will be discontinued. Customers should transition to ADR Paste


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Digestive Catalyst for Horses of All Ages and Classes. Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms. 


Total Active Yeast, min 90,000,000 CFU/g (Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Kluyveromyces marxianis) 

Total Active Bacteria, min 20,000,000 CFU/g  (Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Enterococcus faecium, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus licheniformis)

alpha-Amylase1 (Bacillus subtilis)min550,000 units/g

Cellulase2 (Aspergillus niger)min80,000 units/g

Protease3 (Aspergillus niger)min20,000 units/g

beta-Glucanase4 (Trichoderma longibrachiatum)min5,000 units/g


Adult Horses: Dispense 30 mL on back of tongue twice daily.

Foals & Yearlings: Dispense 15 mL on back of tongue twice daily beginning as early as 2 days after birth.

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  • 5
    Excellent for hindgut issues. Gas colic, over eating, diarrhea.

    Posted by Shana Thoms on Apr 14th 2018

    I use this product routinely for foal diarrhea with amazing results. The foal feels better within 6 hours and is back to normal by the second dose. I also use it for my young horse with frequent colic. She has an easily upset hindgut and this seems to settle it down quickly.

  • 5
    Improves Appetite

    Posted by Terry Sartain on Jun 5th 2017

    I have had my weanlings and two other halter horses on the your Stride Transform DSI paste for a couple of weeks now, can't believe the difference it has made in their appetite and condition, crazy about this product!

  • 5
    Works on foals and baby calves

    Posted by Maria on May 8th 2017

    I use Transform in my horse breeding operation, and this spring I started using Transform Paste on my baby calves. I feel it has helped with them scouring & when they just aren’t feeling 100%. I truly believe it has saved a couple calves from severe scours & a couple twins that weren’t hungry to start with. I gave the paste & went back a couple hours later and they nursed on their own. Thank goodness, I don’t like to tube them unless I absolutely have to!