Equine America Progest

Made in the USA
Equine America Progest from Pegasus Health
908 g£16.99

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Dead yeast culture, dehydrated seaweed meal (Fucaceae) and vegetable fat. Preserved with ammonium propionate.

When should you feed Progest?

  • Daily to any horse who's digestive system is under stress from travelling, competition, new surroundings, illness or a change of feed
  • To support the body's natural responses to antibiotics
  • To aid healthy bacteria in the gut
  • To any horse receiving hard feed
  • To veteran horses, to aid in food utilisation and condition
How does Progest work?
Equine America Progest contains effective probiotics to enhance the health of hind gut flora (healthy bacteria), which can be adversely affected by feed, stress and age, to encourage the efficient utilisation of food. Any horse in a domestic situation, especially older horses and those on a concentrate diet, will benefit from a probiotic on a daily basis.

V-Biotic combines the benefits of Progest with vitamins and minerals.


For an average 500 kg horse, feed 56 g daily for 5 days with the horse’s regular feed. Thereafter feed 28 g daily for maintenance. Feed others according to body weight, less for smaller horses and ponies, more for larger breeds.

Available in:
  • 908 g (1 month supply at maintenance)

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