Kentucky Performance Products

Neigh Lox Equine Antacid

4.95

Neigh-Lox's research-proven, patented formula supports a healthy stomach by neutralizing excess gastric acid and coating the stomach's sensitive lining . The combination of buffering and coating ingredients maintains a normal stomach environment that helps prevent ulcers from forming. It also supports the healing of minor ulceration. Long-acting Neigh-Lox neutralizes excess acid and coats the stomach lining for up to 8 hours, while other antacids buffer for much shorter periods.

Equine gastric ulcer syndrome (EGUS) is a widespread problem among all horses.

  • The prevalence of gastric ulcer damage has been documented in 93% of horses in race training, in nearly 60% of other performance horses, and in 57% of all foals
  • Recreational horses and broodmares are also at risk
  • Preventing and treating EGUS is a challenge faced by many veterinarians and horse owners
  • Neigh-Lox has the capacity to buffer for a long period of time (minimum 6-8 hrs); most antacids buffer for a much shorter period
  • Neigh-Lox buffers large amounts of acid; one dose ( 4 oz) has 240 mEq of acid-neutralizing capacity, which is equivalent to the amount of gastric acid typically produced over a six-hour period
  • In addition to its buffering capabilities, Neigh-Lox also contains compounds that coat the lining of the stomach and adhere to gastric lesions, which maintains healthy mucosa and supports healing

Neigh-Lox's pelleted form makes it easy to administer, either along with a meal or on its own.

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Neigh Lox Equine Antacid  3.5 lb
Neigh Lox Equine Antacid 3.5 lb
Item# 44026
Weight: FOB 4.0 Lbs
$29.95
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Neigh Lox Equine Antacid  25 lb
Neigh Lox Equine Antacid 25 lb
Item# 44025
Weight: FOB 26.0 Lbs
$140.95
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Neigh-Lox's research-proven, patented formula supports a healthy stomach by neutralizing excess gastric acid and coating the stomach's sensitive lining . The combination of buffering and coating ingredients maintains a normal stomach environment that helps prevent ulcers from forming. It also supports the healing of minor ulceration. Long-acting Neigh-Lox neutralizes excess acid and coats the stomach lining for up to 8 hours, while other antacids buffer for much shorter periods.

Equine gastric ulcer syndrome (EGUS) is a widespread problem among all horses.

  • The prevalence of gastric ulcer damage has been documented in 93% of horses in race training, in nearly 60% of other performance horses, and in 57% of all foals
  • Recreational horses and broodmares are also at risk
  • Preventing and treating EGUS is a challenge faced by many veterinarians and horse owners
  • Neigh-Lox has the capacity to buffer for a long period of time (minimum 6-8 hrs); most antacids buffer for a much shorter period
  • Neigh-Lox buffers large amounts of acid; one dose ( 4 oz) has 240 mEq of acid-neutralizing capacity, which is equivalent to the amount of gastric acid typically produced over a six-hour period
  • In addition to its buffering capabilities, Neigh-Lox also contains compounds that coat the lining of the stomach and adhere to gastric lesions, which maintains healthy mucosa and supports healing

Neigh-Lox's pelleted form makes it easy to administer, either along with a meal or on its own.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
4.95

(based on 18 reviews)

By
IN
April 12, 2016
5.05
"AWESOME"
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April 12, 2016
5.05
"the neigh lox seemed to calm him down probably because it settled his stomach. we must have gotten a bad batch of hay so the product got him thru that."
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April 12, 2016
4.05
"Id give it 5 stars except my horse HATES the taste. I have to mix it with applesauce to get her to eat it, and this is mixed with her grain."
By
FL
April 12, 2016
5.05
"This product has done wonders for my horse. He was on high doses of bute long term and now suffers chronic stomach ulcers as a result. He has been on neighlox for nearly a year now and has not suffered an ulcer flair-up since."
By
OH
April 12, 2016
5.05
"Its the best stuff and works almost instantly even. My horse went down last year as if he had cilic and it was his ulcer. I had to mash it up and put it in a suringe and once he got it down he felt better within 5-10 minutes and finally stayed standing. I just keep him on it with his feed 2 times a day and hes great."