Remission 4 lbs (up to 64 servings)
I had my draft cross mare on this product 5 or 6 years ago, but it ran out and I really didn't think anymore about it. I've now had her back on it, one scoop per day, for about a month and she looks fabulous! She's a very easy keeper, Percheron/Paint cross, and definitely prone to develop IR and/or Cushings. Anything I can do to help keep the weight off of her is key - muzzle for turnout, lots of riding, and Remission. You can't beat the price, pennies a day as compared to the other big name products. Within a couple of days of being back on it, she lost that "puffy" pregnant mare belly. I'm quite impressed! My horse isn't a picky eater - she will inhale anything - so taste isn't an issue. However, it doesn't smell all that appealing, so those with picky eaters might have to do something to disguise it.
April 21, 2014
I have ordered from this site a few times and I'm very happy with the products and services. My horse hasn't been on remission long term but has been doing very well. I will continue to use this product and company.
February 16, 2014
I have been using Remission for over a year now. I acquired a Foxtrotter mare who had some white line/laminitis issues in the past, but nothing serious if her diet is managed. The walls and soles of her hooves are thin and she has a cresty neck, but she has shown no symptoms of insulin resistant disease. She is on a low carb feed and can be out on pasture as long as we watch how much lush spring growth she gets. Not only is Remission the best Biotin supplement around (check it's label against other hoof supplements), it also has probiotics that are important for gut health. It is ridiculously inexpensive as supplements go; it costs literally only pennies a day to use. Remission doesn't hurt the pocketbook and I believe it actually might be helping.
February 4, 2014
My horse gets this daily with feed - maintenance level. Her hoofs and coat are in beautiful shape, no worries about laminitis or founder. Wish it was sold in bigger containers.
January 5, 2014