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Users of Forco
TSlashO
Reg. Sep 2011
Posted 2015-04-26 9:12 AM
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Opinions? Have you seen big differences? Any cons?
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Joleen
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2015-04-26 9:19 AM
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Im a pretty big skeptic on supplements.. but forco has convinced me. The product works well on everything I have used it on. Im sold. 
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wyoming barrel racer
Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2015-04-26 9:52 AM
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I love it! I feed it with my THE, as they work very well together.
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EqualRanch
Reg. Jan 2015
Posted 2015-04-26 10:08 AM
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I love it and highly recommend it! You will see results.
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want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2015-04-26 10:42 AM
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Love it. Easy to feed not too expensive and it works! I'll always have a pail of Forco in my feed room.
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-26 3:29 PM
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FORCO has one job and that is to balance out the digestive system so it can do it's job. You can't have a healthy horse without a healthy gut. I've been feeding it to my horses and dogs since 2006. I also take it.
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Girls_Gotta_Jet
Reg. May 2014
Posted 2015-04-26 3:32 PM
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I haven't noticed that it helps any with my horse that is prone to ulcers. Some claim it does, but it doesn't help mine. BUT....the digestion factor of things has improved 110%. No more runny poops and actually it helps with the travel. One of my mares looks like she was just washed down with how much she sweat. I put her on Forco and it really settled that down. Don't really know how much it helped per say but I will give Forco the credit.
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daisycake123
Reg. Dec 2006
Posted 2015-04-26 8:51 PM
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obestobbe
Reg. Jun 2007
Posted 2015-04-27 12:05 AM
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I use it while I'm traveling as it's a lot like us using yogurt. Sometimes you need a little and sometimes more. But I always use it with my Animal Element Detox because it has been proven they both work BEST together!!
There are a lot of sales supplements but look at your ingredients and if you can't say them or they start with Oats?? Your probably not getting what you think! Be AWARE!!
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Canchasr1
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-27 8:27 AM
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I have been using it for over two years now.
Will not be without it!!!
Best supplement Ive ever used and I am the biggest skeptic in the world.
I have a 27 year old on it and he looks like he is 15!!  




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hoofs_in_motion
Reg. Apr 2011
Posted 2015-04-27 8:45 AM
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epoh
Reg. Dec 2007
Posted 2015-04-27 8:50 AM
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I can honestly say I do not believe in supplements unless its the general loose mineral ones. I am NOT a believer. I saw some impressive results on other horses that were on forco and decided to give it a shot thinking what the heck. IT WORKS. My ulcer prone mare inhales her grain, when usually she wont even look at it on the road. I had one lose topline and just looked rough from the winter. Started on Forco and within a week she looked a ton better! This stuff is great!!
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TBone
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-27 9:35 AM
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Does anyone feed Forco along with Platinum Performance CJ?  From what I can tell, there doesn't seem to be any type of ingrediants in the PPCJ to promote & feed the good gut bacteria.  Also, my one horse has been on an antibiotic.  Is it a waste to give the Forco while on the antibiotic, since the antibiotic is probably killing good & bad gut bacteria?  Do I wait until he is done with the antibiotic, then maybe give some Probios to help repopulate the gut with good bacteria and give the Forco for it to feed on?  Or give while on the antibiotic?
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abuffalo27
Reg. Dec 2011
Posted 2015-04-27 9:44 AM
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I have also had no problems with ulcers since I have had my horses on forco not to mention my horses look fantastic!

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DashNSpeckles
Reg. Aug 2013
Posted 2015-04-27 9:52 AM
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This is my mare before/after two weeks on Forco last summer. She had been turned out, was out of shape, and faded from the sun. I originally started her on it to put some weight on her. She is 19 & has lost a lot of muscle in the last couple of years. I didn't notice a huge weight difference with the Forco but I have continued using it because she looks so good on it. I wish I had a picture of her now. She is the darkest I have ever seen her, almost black, and dappled out.



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rachellyn80
Reg. Jan 2004
Posted 2015-04-27 10:25 AM
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Girls_Gotta_Jet - 2015-04-26 3:32 PM I haven't noticed that it helps any with my horse that is prone to ulcers. Some claim it does, but it doesn't help mine. BUT....the digestion factor of things has improved 110%. No more runny poops and actually it helps with the travel. One of my mares looks like she was just washed down with how much she sweat. I put her on Forco and it really settled that down. Don't really know how much it helped per say but I will give Forco the credit.

What feed do you have her on?

I didn't notice any improvements when I was feeding Forco, but at the time I didn't realize that my feed was 100% of the problem.
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lisamm
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2015-04-27 11:04 AM
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The one and only supplement I do feed is FORCO, great company, great owners and even better results :) if anyone has any questions feel free to PM me!
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hlynn
Reg. Dec 2011
Posted 2015-04-27 11:06 AM
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This is a horse I just purchased this month.

I started him on a 14/10/14 senior feed that is milled locally. It is comparable to Triple Crowns Senior but with oats and barley in the mix. I also started him on THE GastroPLUS being as I suspected ulcers. He's also on Forco and 1 cup of flax per day.

He's slowly but surely getting better every week.



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astreakinchic
Reg. Sep 2011
Posted 2015-04-27 11:08 AM
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After the loading the dose how long does 25lb of pellets last you?
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lisamm
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2015-04-27 11:10 AM
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astreakinchic - 2015-04-27 9:08 AM

After the loading the dose how long does 25lb of pellets last you?

200 days per horse.....
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TBone
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-27 11:17 AM
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TBone - 2015-04-27 9:35 AM Does anyone feed Forco along with Platinum Performance CJ?  From what I can tell, there doesn't seem to be any type of ingrediants in the PPCJ to promote & feed the good gut bacteria.  Also, my one horse has been on an antibiotic.  Is it a waste to give the Forco while on the antibiotic, since the antibiotic is probably killing good & bad gut bacteria?  Do I wait until he is done with the antibiotic, then maybe give some Probios to help repopulate the gut with good bacteria and give the Forco for it to feed on?  Or give while on the antibiotic?

bump...  anyone have any answers for me? 
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astreakinchic
Reg. Sep 2011
Posted 2015-04-27 11:20 AM
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lisamm - 2015-04-27 12:10 PM

astreakinchic - 2015-04-27 9:08 AM

After the loading the dose how long does 25lb of pellets last you?

200 days per horse.....

Thank you!
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-27 11:25 AM
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TBone - 2015-04-27 11:17 AM
TBone - 2015-04-27 9:35 AM Does anyone feed Forco along with Platinum Performance CJ?  From what I can tell, there doesn't seem to be any type of ingrediants in the PPCJ to promote & feed the good gut bacteria.  Also, my one horse has been on an antibiotic.  Is it a waste to give the Forco while on the antibiotic, since the antibiotic is probably killing good & bad gut bacteria?  Do I wait until he is done with the antibiotic, then maybe give some Probios to help repopulate the gut with good bacteria and give the Forco for it to feed on?  Or give while on the antibiotic?
bump...  anyone have any answers for me? 

For what the cost of the FORCO is, I give it during any kind of antibiotic treatment. After a deworming and any antibiotic treament, I usually give probios for a few days along with the FORCO. FORCO works well with most any kind of supplement. I feed it with THE and I have a few customers that feed it with Platinum.
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want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2015-04-27 11:26 AM
Subject: RE: Users of Forco



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TBone - 2015-04-27 11:17 AM

TBone - 2015-04-27 9:35 AM Does anyone feed Forco along with Platinum Performance CJ?  From what I can tell, there doesn't seem to be any type of ingrediants in the PPCJ to promote & feed the good gut bacteria.  Also, my one horse has been on an antibiotic.  Is it a waste to give the Forco while on the antibiotic, since the antibiotic is probably killing good & bad gut bacteria?  Do I wait until he is done with the antibiotic, then maybe give some Probios to help repopulate the gut with good bacteria and give the Forco for it to feed on?  Or give while on the antibiotic?

bump...  anyone have any answers for me? 

I feed the regular platinum along with Forco to one of mine. As far as the antibiotics, I'm not 100% sure . I'd probably just feed the forco along with the antibiotics. Someone else may have better insight on that.
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Cowgirl Kat
Reg. Aug 2013
Posted 2015-04-27 11:29 AM
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-27 11:29 AM
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obestobbe - 2015-04-27 12:05 AM I use it while I'm traveling as it's a lot like us using yogurt. Sometimes you need a little and sometimes more. But I always use it with my Animal Element Detox because it has been proven they both work BEST together!! There are a lot of sales supplements but look at your ingredients and if you can't say them or they start with Oats?? Your probably not getting what you think! Be AWARE!!

I will say I take the FORCO myself and use to eat Yogurt and there is absolutely no comparison on how it works. The FORCO is a prebiotic and feeds the good bacteria while yogurt has some live bacterias and introduces more bacteria to the gut. I get sick to my stomach when I eat yogurt and I have tried all the primo brands.  
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ridejg
Reg. Jan 2009
Posted 2015-04-27 1:08 PM
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It is the one and only supplement that I have stuck with, I am a believer, my horses look great and they are on grass hay, a flake of alfalfa and 1 lb of oats per day.
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-27 3:04 PM
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ridejg - 2015-04-27 1:08 PM It is the one and only supplement that I have stuck with, I am a believer, my horses look great and they are on grass hay, a flake of alfalfa and 1 lb of oats per day.

It all goes back to a horse can't be healthy without a healthy gut and FORCO enables the digestive system to work as best as it can depending on the genetics of the horse. 
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cow pie
Reg. Nov 2009
Posted 2015-04-27 3:22 PM
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I am on day 4 of forco. I am already seeing results. My filly didn't finish her grain yesterday. I bet she is full. My mare who had been real sick hasn't made made much of a come back until now being on forco. She has perked up and finally shedding that winter coat. I know it is working and fast too. I'll let you know how it is working on my ulcer prone mare. I am loving this forco already and can't wait to see the results later on.
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3barrelsstanding
Reg. Dec 2009
Posted 2015-04-27 6:50 PM
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Can you feed this with Total Equine?
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-27 6:57 PM
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3barrelsstanding - 2015-04-27 6:50 PM Can you feed this with Total Equine?

Yes.  
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cranky B4 10am
Reg. Dec 2009
Posted 2015-04-27 8:53 PM
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So Nevertootold, how much do you take yourself? I have the pellets for the horses, but I guess I can smash them up. Really want to try this, I have IBS and really don't like yoghurt that much...
Oh, and how do you take it? Put it in water or something??
Thanks! Not trying to hijack the thread, just looking for some info.

 

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Swannranch
Reg. Sep 2005
Posted 2015-04-28 1:38 PM
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I love FORCO.  If I could afford it, I would give it to everything on my property.  I feed it to a 26 year old gelding that suddenly lost about 100 lbs about a year and a half ago.  No other issues, just got bone thin.  Vet checked for worms (he is wormed regularly but checked anyway) and any other simple explaniation.  Decided further testing was really no financially worth it, since at 25 I could not justify an expensive treatment program.  I decided to love him and if he showed signs of pain, I would address that later.  
A friend suggested FORCO, he gained most of the weight back in about 6 weeks, and has been fine ever since.  If I run out and can't get it, I do feed yogurt, but try to keep him on the FORCO all the time. 

 
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hoofs_in_motion
Reg. Apr 2011
Posted 2015-04-28 1:46 PM
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I will say that I was skeptical.....but after seeing the results myself....I absolutely can not, not feed it lol. I love this stuff.  
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want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2015-04-28 1:49 PM
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Who has the best deal on Forco? I usually order from forco Colorado .com and get free shipping .
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hoofs_in_motion
Reg. Apr 2011
Posted 2015-04-28 1:52 PM
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I've actually been buying mine from the feed store, was cheaper through them than buying directly from a dealer.  
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Esther
Reg. Feb 2006
Posted 2015-04-28 1:52 PM
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What are prices? Where to buy? Etcs? 
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lisamm
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2015-04-28 2:39 PM
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You can buy from local dealers or there are several of us that sell it online too :) http://tlpaintsandquarterhorses.webs.com/
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Fairweather
Reg. Jan 2004
Posted 2015-04-28 2:45 PM
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How is Forco different from Brewers Yeast, or other supplements like Optizyme, Fast track, or Suceed?  
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-28 4:34 PM
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Fairweather - 2015-04-28 2:45 PM How is Forco different from Brewers Yeast, or other supplements like Optizyme, Fast track, or Suceed?  

The company says it best.

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Two important aspects of total health care for horses. 
  • Feeding the horse a complete and balanced ration including proper amounts of hay, grain, water, vitamins and minerals.
  • Providing a proper and adequate source of nutrients which will feed, nuture and assist in maintaining normal and proper levels of beneficial digestive bacteria for a fully efficient operating digestive system.  This is where FORCO assists you in the overall health of your horse!
FORCO Feed Supplement Digestive Fortifier is a product that addresses the problem of providing proper bacterial populations and fermentation in the horse’s digestive tract.
FORCO uses highly effective yeast cultures and digestive enzymes in making FORCO Feed Supplement Digestive Fortifier . FORCO uses a formula that began in research over 25 years ago. This formula combines different cultures and enzymes causing a synergistic effect which makes the fermentative quality greater than if each ingredient is used individually.
FORCO Feed Supplement Digestive Fortifier  is a one of a kind product. It is one of the few pure and all-natural products on the market. It is dependable, stable, and safe. It does not contain live microbial or live-cell yeast, due to their perishability and inconsistent performance. It has no carriers or fillers and there are no supplemental vitamins, minerals or proteins. The FORCO formula contains only pure fermentation products designed to promote normal microorganism and bacteria population in the digestive tract of the horse."

 
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2015-04-28 4:42 PM
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Fairweather - 2015-04-28 2:45 PM How is Forco different from Brewers Yeast, or other supplements like Optizyme, Fast track, or Suceed?  

OptiZyme and Fastrack are probiotics.

Succeed is more of an ulcer remedy that runs about $100.00 per month.

FORCO is a prebiotic and depending on the size you purchase is very affordable to feed. The 10# container has 80 doses and runs about $50.00 that includes shipping.  
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