Wow What A Difference

Hello,

I own a 15.1hh Traditional Coloured Cob gelding with very feathered legs, he was always stamping, itching and banging his legs on the ground and generally distressed. We have tried various products from different shops and suppliers some very cheap and some very expensive and nothing really helped him.

Last spring 2011 we had him injected with the cattle wormer from the vets which I admit did help him, but he had to have it done 3 times during the spring, summer and autumn. This spring I bought him some of the Nettex Equine Feather Mite Powder, thinking another new product to try but – wow what a difference, he has had no itchy legs or stamping at all this year, and no injections from the vets.

Me and Robby are so happy with the results, I put it on his legs about every 3-4 weeks.

Never stop selling this product it really works for Robby.

Many thanks,

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