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Natural Psyllium Pellets, Apple and Molasses Flavor (20 lb)

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Natural Psyllium Pellets are recommended for the support of healthy gut function, to remove sand from the colon, and to help reduce the possibility of sand colic. These psyllium pellets have a high swell volume, and are flavored with apple and molasses that horses love making them easy to administer.

Psyllium Pellets is an exceptional Psyllium seed husk product, a highly soluble fiber, that is important for intestinal clearance. It absorbs water in the intestines and forms a gel-like substance which helps remove sand and dirt - causes of colic.


Active Ingredient: Psyllium seed hulk . . . 140,000 mg


Adult horses (1,000 lbs): Using the 5 oz scoop included, administer 1 to 1.5 scoops daily for one full week (7 days) out of every month. Give less to ponies, yearlings and foals, and more to larger horses and draft breeds. Can be given during or after mealtime.


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By Su
Selah, Washington
Psyllium pellets work
April 21, 2024
These pellets are quite palatable to my horse.
He cleans up everything off the ground and feeder, dirt included. And yes, hes fed more than enough. He has had no bouts of colic since starting these years ago.

The only thing, if they get wet before he consumes and expand he will not touch them!
By Mary K.
Sierra foothills
Horse-approved version of an essential supplement
May 3, 2022
One of my horses will eat just about anything, but the other one can be picky. He won't eat psyllium in powdered form, but these apple-and-molasses flavored pellets are acceptable to him. Prices have gone up since I ordered my last batch, but at least these pellets are available, perfect for "psyllium Sundays." (My horses get two feeds of psyllium every Sunday instead of one dose daily for a week; it works out about the same and is easier to remember.)

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