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trulyaroyaljem
Reg. Nov 2010
Posted 2015-01-14 12:14 PM
Subject: Seabuck


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Waht do you all think about Seabuck? Has anyone used it?
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Sandok
Reg. Jan 2011
Posted 2015-01-14 12:43 PM
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I give to my 3. It really helps my older guy. I ran out an forgot to order (I order from Valley Vet) and I can really tell that he has not gotten it lately. I guess I have been out for about 2 weeks now. He eats better when he is on it and generally just acts like he feels better. I started using it last spring/summer and I could really tell a difference in their hair coats. They just looked all around better.
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TheOldGrayMare
Reg. Nov 2009
Posted 2015-01-14 2:14 PM
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I loved it so much when I was on a trial study using it, I became a rep! It has really helped with my horses that have gastric ulcer issues. It will NOT cure an ulcer, but after they've been treated it helps maintain a healthy stomach without using omeprazole / ranitidie.

If you have any questions, please PM me.
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trulyaroyaljem
Reg. Nov 2010
Posted 2015-01-14 9:26 PM
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Thanks for the input. i have a gelding that ive treated with Omeprazole and was looking for something to maintain him with. :)
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uno-dos-tres!
Reg. Jul 2004
Posted 2015-01-15 4:18 AM
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I've used seabuck essential oils and the horses love it. Very stong, so I only use 2 drops on a horse cookie.
I'm sure that the supplements would have a wonderful response if they have good essentials oils in them.  
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Willee
Reg. Feb 2014
Posted 2015-01-15 10:58 PM
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I also am a dealer for it. I love that stuff. I've had great results with it, but mostly I had a young horse just off the track for a few months, quit eating and just didn't feel good. I hit him with Ulcergard for 6 days and then put him on seabuck and he's doing great. We have a lot of winter here and his coat even gleams now. I feed all my horses it now. It has a lot of antioxidants and good natural stuff in it for their guts!
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SmokinGirlie
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2015-01-16 12:25 PM
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I've fed it for years and am also a dealer- all my horses are on it
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Jaders Mom
Reg. Feb 2007
Posted 2015-01-16 12:54 PM
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Did any of you notice it making your horses hot? We gave it to our old guy years ago and he got crazy hot while he was on it. That was really the only thing that was different about his diet at the time. Ever since then I have been scared to feed it to anyone else.
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Sandok
Reg. Jan 2011
Posted 2015-01-16 2:41 PM
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I didn't. I have/had 3 on it for several months. Ran out over the holidays and just now got my order. I especially noticed the difference on my older one (he is 25) and he had more pep to his step, brighter eyes and a great hair coat all last summer. And his fly allergies were not as bad.
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trulyaroyaljem
Reg. Nov 2010
Posted 2015-01-16 3:56 PM
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Jaders Mom - 2015-01-16 12:54 PM

Did any of you notice it making your horses hot? We gave it to our old guy years ago and he got crazy hot while he was on it. That was really the only thing that was different about his diet at the time. Ever since then I have been scared to feed it to anyone else.

Thats what im wondering too? I definately dont need my gelding to have any more energy! lol
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daisycake123
Reg. Dec 2006
Posted 2015-01-16 9:07 PM
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I fed to a horse with stomach issues a few years back, it was like during cold weather noticed a difference good wise when he was on seabuck, the gallon did not last as long as i thought and the only thing that wa better was omiprizole for him. It did really help my geldings stomach was seabuck but preracehorse has a 30 day supply of omeprizole for like 30.00 for a big tube for the ulcerguard dose and that is cheap. But, seabuck did a good job. Alfalfa, also did a good job for my broodmare. But right now i am doing a winter time grain free as right now the ground is rotton and not too cold, my guys are happy just eating a lot of hay and hay replacer and beet pulp and bagge hay. I have a little corona mare who is a little weight as if you look at pic of little corona he was a tank she is just 4 coming 5 long story but she is thin and to look at her she is a lot of horse. She needs 200 pounds, only had her about 3/4 weeks and i know i just needed to,study her she is so,quiet i cant believe. Imgive her an extra pad of hay and extra little bit of hay stretcher and a little extra of alfalfa chopped hay, sunday it will have been 2 weeks amd i will take her blanket off enough to see where she is.

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Snappy
Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2015-01-16 9:54 PM
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I've fed Seabuck since around 2007 (I believe I was one of the first dealers). I've stopped from time to time to do the "grass is greener" and try other supplements but always come back, and come back quickly. I love it, my horses love it, I drink the human version and feel so much better when I drink it! I do have a mineral block available for my horses and will feed some joint supplements & other supplements occasionally... but seabuck is pretty much all my horses get anymore. To answer the question about a horse being hot on it, it actually calmed down my hotter horses. I don't think they are "hot" so much as they just feel good, but that is JMO.
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Willee
Reg. Feb 2014
Posted 2015-01-17 6:46 PM
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Snappy - 2015-01-16 9:54 PM

I've fed Seabuck since around 2007 (I believe I was one of the first dealers). I've stopped from time to time to do the "grass is greener" and try other supplements but always come back, and come back quickly. I love it, my horses love it, I drink the human version and feel so much better when I drink it! I do have a mineral block available for my horses and will feed some joint supplements & other supplements occasionally... but seabuck is pretty much all my horses get anymore. To answer the question about a horse being hot on it, it actually calmed down my hotter horses. I don't think they are "hot" so much as they just feel good, but that is JMO.

I agree 100%.. Never had a horse hot on it but they feel and look their best.. I don't think there's anything in it to make a horse "hot". I've also went off it with a few horses and then went back to it.. It's all natural and you see its benefits in their coat.. It glistens...
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