Anitone?

Black Ice

Well-known Member
Good question... I'd like to know too!

I've been asked if I'd like to buy some but would love to know if anyone has actually tried it and what they've thought of it?!
 

serendipity

Well-known Member
I won a small bottle last year at the royal for my goats, I gave it to them firstly syringing regularly but then just in their water. They loved it and were nice and shiny on it.

I've since stopped giving it as its pricey and things were a bit tight, and can definitely see the difference.

I'm now wondering about getting it again as I'm not happy with the horse's coat condition nor the goats, but wondered what people thought about it for horses?
 

rbk

Active Member
seen good results with this product. Makes them get more from the feed they are eating.
 

KKKiroo

Well-known Member
I met the vet who developed Anitone last weekend at a workshop and she blew me away with her knowledge and no-nonsense advice.
I'm planning on trying it when finances improve.
 

madison

Well-known Member
Anitone is brilliant the results in my horse are incredible, my itchy mare is no longer itchy and her coat is absolutely magnificent:))
PS: I've known Jenny Ahmat for 21 years she used to do Acupuncture on my horse way back when
 
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Jacky Y

New Member
Anitone

I have used it on a very old thoroughbred that was constantly scouring and he wouldn't keep weight on. Protexin helped for a while and then that no longer worked so I used Anitone and that stopped the scouring completely.
 

madison

Well-known Member
The short version. Its a fermented vitamin supplement that neutralizes the acid in the stomach, smells a bit like apple cider vinegar
 

celestialdancer

Gold Member
We feed it to the calves at work. Whenever one looks a bit down or a poddy comes to us not looking the best we dose them up on Anitone.

Great stuff, just my back pocket doesn't like it :(
 

Black Ice

Well-known Member
I've been feeding 40ml per day per horse?? lol will be cutting that back!

Have been feeding for a few weeks now and am really seeing an improvement... both horses seemed a bit "dull" and coats didnt look too crash hot, but now, despite having their winter woolies on and not getting rugged they look all shiney and healthy :)*
 

izzy2512

Gold Member
I've been feeding 40ml per day per horse?? lol will be cutting that back!

Have been feeding for a few weeks now and am really seeing an improvement... both horses seemed a bit "dull" and coats didnt look too crash hot, but now, despite having their winter woolies on and not getting rugged they look all shiney and healthy :)*

I think the recommendation is 20-40mls for horses over 300kg so for big horses 40ml wouldn't be too much :)
 
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