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Mainer-racer
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2017-02-28 8:25 AM (#7330457 - in reply to #7330085)
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streakysox - 2017-02-26 3:26 PM CRUSHED raspberry leaves. You can get online from any herb store. Have used them for about 10 years. I feed about a fist full once a day.

Do you have any problems with horses not eating it? Thinking of trying it - checking Amazon now!
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Hot Rod
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2017-02-28 9:03 AM (#7330463 - in reply to #7329993)
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Dried juniper berries was recommended to me and absolutely

worked wonders on a mare that was the worse I have ever seen.  One palm full a day was all it took.  A pound bag, bought on the internet, lasts for months.   It was certainly worth a try for us and I highly recomend it. 
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Wild1
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2017-02-28 9:55 AM (#7330486 - in reply to #7330463)
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Hot Rod - 2017-02-28 9:03 AM

Dried juniper berries was recommended to me and absolutely

worked wonders on a mare that was the worse I have ever seen.  One palm full a day was all it took.  A pound bag, bought on the internet, lasts for months.   It was certainly worth a try for us and I highly recomend it. 

Interesting! Where did you buy these?
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streakysox
Reg. Jul 2008
Posted 2017-02-28 9:58 AM (#7330488 - in reply to #7330457)
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Mainer-racer - 2017-02-28 8:25 AM

streakysox - 2017-02-26 3:26 PM CRUSHED raspberry leaves. You can get online from any herb store. Have used them for about 10 years. I feed about a fist full once a day.

Do you have any problems with horses not eating it? Thinking of trying it - checking Amazon now!

Never had a problem with even my picky horse eating it. We used to give it to our geldings that were kind of high anxiety. I am trying to remember the website that was the cheapest but have not ordered it in several years.
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Mainer-racer
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2017-03-06 1:45 PM (#7331778 - in reply to #7330488)
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streakysox - 2017-02-28 10:58 AM
Mainer-racer - 2017-02-28 8:25 AM
streakysox - 2017-02-26 3:26 PM CRUSHED raspberry leaves. You can get online from any herb store. Have used them for about 10 years. I feed about a fist full once a day.
Do you have any problems with horses not eating it? Thinking of trying it - checking Amazon now!
Never had a problem with even my picky horse eating it. We used to give it to our geldings that were kind of high anxiety. I am trying to remember the website that was the cheapest but have not ordered it in several years.

Just got 2 pounds in the mail today, going to start in PM feed. I'll keep you all updated. Putting 2 mares on it.
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Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2017-03-06 1:53 PM (#7331780 - in reply to #7329993)
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I tried all the herbals. Waste of money for me... Regumate does the trick! Night and day difference.
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Reg. Feb 2008
Posted 2017-03-06 7:04 PM (#7331863 - in reply to #7329993)
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I really like animal Element mare-aculous. It works get for those "witchy" type mares.
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Wild1
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2017-03-06 8:53 PM (#7331890 - in reply to #7331863)
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another has been - 2017-03-06 7:04 PM

I really like animal Element mare-aculous. It works get for those "witchy" type mares.

Can anyone tell me who is an Animal element dealer on here? Is this mare supplement powder or pellet form?
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Runnincat
Reg. Dec 2003
Posted 2017-03-06 9:12 PM (#7331904 - in reply to #7329993)
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I really like MareAculous as well.  I tried it on my 5 year old and it chilled her out enough for me to notice.  For example, she was a "kicker" and liked to kick strange horses.  My sister couldnt even tie her gelding NEAR us, this mare was out to get him.  After being on mareaculous for about 3 to 4 weeks, I was able to tie her beside him no problems.  And she quit trying to kick other horses as well.
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Wild1
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2017-03-06 10:08 PM (#7331921 - in reply to #7331904)
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Runnincat - 2017-03-06 9:12 PM

I really like MareAculous as well.  I tried it on my 5 year old and it chilled her out enough for me to notice.  For example, she was a "kicker" and liked to kick strange horses.  My sister couldnt even tie her gelding NEAR us, this mare was out to get him.  After being on mareaculous for about 3 to 4 weeks, I was able to tie her beside him no problems.  And she quit trying to kick other horses as well.

Going to try this out..my mare hates others next to her as well..and I just treated her for ulcers so I'm doing a process of elimination. Thanks
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Wild1
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2017-03-18 8:57 PM (#7334176 - in reply to #7329993)
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Well, I can't get my mare to eat the animal element even though I mixed it in her grain with oil. Curious, has anyone tried the OxyHorse mare supplement that's in pellet form?
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QHriderKE
Reg. Nov 2011
Posted 2017-03-18 9:01 PM (#7334177 - in reply to #7329993)
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You can get raspberry leaves for $11/lb here
https://www.mountainroseherbs.com/products/raspberry-leaf/profile
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Mainer-racer
Reg. Oct 2004
Posted 2017-03-20 7:41 AM (#7334326 - in reply to #7331778)
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Mainer-racer - 2017-03-06 2:45 PM
streakysox - 2017-02-28 10:58 AM
Mainer-racer - 2017-02-28 8:25 AM
streakysox - 2017-02-26 3:26 PM CRUSHED raspberry leaves. You can get online from any herb store. Have used them for about 10 years. I feed about a fist full once a day.
Do you have any problems with horses not eating it? Thinking of trying it - checking Amazon now!
Never had a problem with even my picky horse eating it. We used to give it to our geldings that were kind of high anxiety. I am trying to remember the website that was the cheapest but have not ordered it in several years.
Just got 2 pounds in the mail today, going to start in PM feed. I'll keep you all updated. Putting 2 mares on it.

haven't really noticed a difference yet.  Interesting to know that my mare is not the only one that kicks out at other horses. I've never had my geldings do this before so this is new to me.  I'm hoping this bad habit clears up soon.
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Wild1
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2017-03-20 9:06 PM (#7334554 - in reply to #7329993)
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Just bumping up if anyone feeds and likes Oxyhorse's Performance Mare or the Oxy Mare paste? Thanks
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uno-dos-tres!
Reg. Jul 2004
Posted 2017-03-22 2:00 PM (#7334941 - in reply to #7330486)
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Wild1 - 2017-02-28 9:55 AM
Hot Rod - 2017-02-28 9:03 AM Dried juniper berries was recommended to me and absolutely



worked wonders on a mare that was the worse I have ever seen.  One palm full a day was all it took.  A pound bag, bought on the internet, lasts for months.   It was certainly worth a try for us and I highly recomend it. 
Interesting! Where did you buy these?

I would use with caution and not long term.  Great for acute onset of certian ailments but not long term. 
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uno-dos-tres!
Reg. Jul 2004
Posted 2017-03-22 2:01 PM (#7334942 - in reply to #7329993)
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Raspberry a handful daily during transitional heat and for hard cycling mares works wonders. 
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