KER Neigh-Lox

Antacid and Coating Supplement for Horses at Risk of Gastric Ulcers

Prolonged exposure of the stomach to gastric acid can cause damage to the stomach lining, resulting in a painful condition for the horse.

Horses with stomach damage can show irritability, poor appetite, and resistance to work. Research has shown that as many as 90% of horses in training have some level of stomach damage. Gastrointestinal upsets are common amongst many horses. Symptoms may include:

  • Gastric sensitivity
  • Loose droppings
  • Windsucking
  • Loss of appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Stable vices
  • Poor coat condition
  • Unsettled behaviour

Why use Neigh-Lox?

  • May aid in the maintenance of normal digestive functions
  • Scientifically formulated blend of antacids and gastric agents for horses at risk of gastric irritation and damage
  • Contains slow and rapid-acting antacids to effectively support the maintenance of a normal gastric environment
  • Contains coating agents designed to protect the sensitive lining of the stomach.

When to use Neigh-Lox?

  • Horses at risk of gastric irritation or ulcers
  • Horses on high grain, reduced forage diets
  • Performance horses prone to loss of appetite after work, competition or travel
  • Horses exhibiting stable vices, unsettled behaviour, loose manure or weight loss
  • Use during stressful conditions such as travel, weaning, show/sales preparation.

Feeding recommendations

Feed 55g(1 level scoop) in each feed as a maintenance serve during low-stress periods.

Feed *110g(2 level scoops) with a small amount of lucerne chaff prior to exercise if not fed before work; for horses in work, during show/sale or competition preparation.

Do not exceed a total daily intake of 454g.

Feed weanlings(1 level scoop) 6-12 months of age each hard feed.

Do not exceed a total daily intake of 227g.


Available Pack Sizes

2.5kg                                    22 day supply*

12kg                                     109 day supply*



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