ODH Special Formula TRT

//ODH Special Formula TRT

ODH Special Formula TRT


ODH Special Formula TRT is a dietary supplement to be used for acute or chronic diarrhea/digestive upset. A highly concentrated formula that delivers results quickly.

To be used in consultation with a veterinarian or other qualified equine health professional.

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    Mad Barn’s ODH Special Formula TRT is specifically designed to be used for horses with acute or chronic diarrhea/digestive upset.

    This product should be used under the supervision of a veterinarian or other qualified equine health professional. Our one-time use formula works quickly and improvement is usually noted within 2 to 3 days.

    ODH Special Formula TRT provides nutritional support for horses with serious gastrointestinal issues.

    This product should be used for a maximum of 30 days. For on-going gut health support, consider our Visceral+, Optimum Digestive Health Pellets or our Optimum Probiotic Supplement.

    You should always consult a qualified nutritionist before altering your feed program. Submit your horse’s diet for analysis online and one of our equine nutritionists will be happy to provide a complementary review.


    CopperCopper is a micromineral that is required by the horse for proper nervous system function, antioxidant defense, cardiac function, bone development, cellular respiration, keratinization, tissue pigmentation and the formation of connective tissue. It is a catalytic co-factor for many important enzymes, meaning that it is required for these enzyme’s activity as a catalyst.

    If copper levels are not adequate in the horse’s diet, it can lead to pigmentation abnormalities, sensitive skin, sluggishness, bone demineralization, osteoporosis, arthritis, liver problems, digestive problems, anemia, neutropenia, or leukopenia. Deficiency may be common in certain geographic regions where soil content is naturally low in copper.

    Absorption of this mineral from the gastrointestinal tract is between 5 to 10% in adults and may be reduced during times of disease or if the horse is consuming a diet high in phytates or competing minerals. To increase levels, a highly bioavailable form of this mineral like Bioplex Copper (copper proteinate) is recommended.


    IodineIodine is a trace mineral that is essential for normal thyroid function and metabolism in the horse. Iodine is require to synthesize the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3) which regulate metabolism in every cell in the body.

    Horses that do not obtain enough of this mineral from their diet are at risk of developing goiter or an enlarged thyroid gland. Other signs of low iodine include hypothyroid symptoms such as hair loss or rough coat, flaky skin, retarded growth, muscle weakness, low temperature, lethargy and brittle hooves.

    Iodine content in the diet varies across geographic regions depending on how much of this mineral is naturally found in the soil. The 2007 Nutrient Requirements of Horses guidelines published by the NRC stipulate that horses need at least 3.5-4.5 mg of dietary iodine per day, although some horses with heavy work loads or breeding or lactating mares may require more. Iodized salt blocks are typically used to supplement levels of this mineral in horses. Kelp and other seaweeds are also good sources.


    ZincZinc is an essential trace mineral that is required by horses for the immune system, tissue repair, growth, fertility and fetal development. It is involved in over 100 different enzymatic reactions in the body that affect hormone metabolism, energy synthesis, protein synthesis, collagen and keratin formation, blood clotting, insulin production and more.

    Zinc is found most abundantly in the eyes and prostate gland followed by bone, skin and muscle tissue. Low levels of zinc in the diet can contribute to subnormal growth, fatigue, problems with hair, hoof and skin quality, impaired wound healing, loss of appetite, anemia and high frequency of colds and other diseases.

    According to the NRC’s Nutrient Requirements of Horses, a 500 kg (1,100-pound) mature horse requires 400 mg per day of Zinc. Requirements are higher for horses that are lactating or undergoing heavy work. Many horses do not obtain optimal amounts of this mineral from their forage and could benefit from supplementation.

    Zinc is commonly supplemented in balance with Copper because the two minerals compete for the same absorption pathway in the gastrointestinal tract.

    Directions for Use:

    To be used for acute or chronic diarrhea/digestive upset. Should be used under the supervision of a veterinarian or other qualified equine health professional.

    Scoop Size 1 scoop = 28 CC
    Scoops per day:
    Per 100kg body weight: 0.4
    For 500kg horse: 2
    Grams per day:
    Per 100kg body weight: 8
    For 500kg horse: 40

    Treatment should not be continued for more than 30 days. If no improvement is noted within 2 to 3 days, contact your veterinarian.

    Nutrients Concentration (ppm)
    Zinc 90,000
    Copper 12,500
    Iodine 28


    Ingredients: Zinc, Copper, Iodine.

    Register & manufactured by: Mad Barn Inc., Petersburg, ON, Canada.

    Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by Health Canada or the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
    Price 1 kg 42.00
    Scoop Size cc 28
    Feed Per Day g / 100 kg BW 8g
    g / 500 kg horse 40g
    Scoops Per Day scoops/100 kg BW 0.4 scoops
    scoops / 500 kg horse 2 scoop
    Cost Per Day $/100 kg of BW $0.34
    $/500 kg horse $1.68
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