Maintaining optimal digestive health can give horses their best chance for overall health and wellness. This is especially important for horses facing the most rigorous challenges of breeding and performance.
The SUCCEED Veterinary Formula provides an advanced, natural, and nutritional approach to managing these challenges.
When a horse’s GI tract is healthy, you can expect:
- Efficient nutrient absorption
- Slow and steady digestion
- A healthy hindgut
- Stomach and hindgut acids at healthy levels
- Natural immunity
- Moderated release of sugars into the bloodstream
- Healthy cell reproduction throughout the gut
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An Advanced Formula for Optimal Equine GI Health
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula builds on SUCCEED Digestive Conditioning Program, using the same base formulation as original SUCCEED plus added ingredients for superior digestive support in horses.
Targeted support to encourage the normal, healthy structure and function of a horse’s digestive tract:
|Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, a strain of yeast, supports a healthy hindgut as well as natural immunity.|
|Mannan Oligosaccharide is a glucomannoprotein complex extracted from the cell wall of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae yeast, also beneficial for hindgut health and immunity.|
Oat Beta Glucan
|Oat beta glucan is a soluble fiber that assists in the regulation of digestive processes and moderates the release of sugars into the bloodstream.|
|This amino acid, along with proline and serine, is essential to the production of mucin found in mucus that lines and protects the GI tract.|
|An amino acid that, along with threonine and serine, supports the normal production of mucus in healthy animals, which coats the wall of the entire GI tract.|
|This amino acid is essential to the growth and function of muscles, and also to immune cells in the lining of the intestinal mucosa.|
|An amino acid that, with threonine and proline, supports the normal production of mucus in healthy animals, which coats the wall of the entire GI tract.|
|An amino acid that supports healthy muscle tone and recovery.|
|An amino acid that supports healthy muscle tone.|
|An amino acid that supports th synthesis of muscle glycogen for energy.|
Inactive ingredients: Avena Sativa, Lecithin.
All ingredients in SUCCEED are certified human food grade or above and are developed using proprietary processes designed to retain the highest possible concentrations of beneficial components such as polar lipids and beta glucan. Because it’s natural and contains no controlled substances, SUCCEED is non-testable so can be used safely up to and during competition.
Use Once a Day, Every Day for Long-Term Wellness
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula should be fed once a day, every day with regular feed. Use daily for ongoing nutritional support of a healthy and effective equine digestive tract. Administer orally twice each day during first week of use; once each day thereafter.
SUCCEED Veterinary Formula Oral Paste
30 syringes per carton.
Available individually or in cases of 3.
To learn more about SUCCEED or equine digestive health management, visit our main site at SUCCEED-Equine.com.
Backed by the SUCCEED® Healthy Gut Commitment
The SUCCEED Healthy Gut Commitment is a special program that ensures you and your veterinarian are covered if SUCCEED Veterinary Formula doesn’t live up to its promise to provide superior digestive health support. Learn more about the SUCCEED Healthy Gut Commitment.
Veterinarians: register for access to the SUCCEED Veterinary Center for detailed product and program information or to submit claims.
- Not for use in horses intended for food.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not exceed recommended dose. Not for long term use.
- Not for use in pregnant or lactating mares.
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