ECR is a blend of 11 natural ingredients that act quickly to REHYDRATE the gut, REDUCE gas pressure, RESTORE ionic solutions, and SOFTEN the impaction. The formula has been scientifically balanced to prevent overdosing. It does not require professional training to administer, saving time and money. Once administered ECR is absorbed and carried to the bowel by the blood stream, starting to work in minutes. The 11 natural ingredients work quickly in...
Time is critical. The effects of impaction cause equine death in a normal bout of colic. ECR works in 1/10 the time of conventional treatments. All deaths related to colic occur because a normal colic attack escalates to a twisted or ruptured bowel. Equine Colic Relief Stops a Normal Bout of Colic before it Kills.
Just wanted to let you know about our experience with ECR. On October 20, 2010 we had just finished our ranch sorting practice and we were checking on the horses in our barn at Cherry Creek Equestrian Center in Mt. Belvieu, Texas. A two year old filly we have in training was down in her stall. She didn’t seem to be able to get up and was sweating and seemed to be distressed. We got her to her feet and listened for gut sounds. She didn’t...
According to The American Horse Council, approximately 4 Million horses die each year in the U.S. from colic. We believe that 90% of the deaths are preventable. Equine Colic Relief (ECR) stops a bout of colic before it kills. Its 11 natural ingredients break down the impaction and allow the horse to pass the blockage.Read more
“A two year old filly we have in training was down in her stall. She didn’t seem to be able to get up and was sweating and seemed to be distressed. No gut sounds. We gave her the ECR and just like the label says, within 10 minutes she had gut sounds, was walking easily and the color was back in her gums. Awesome product! We won’t be without it in our barn!”
- Tee Woolman, 3x NFR World ChampRead more
It is important to know that horses are unable to regurgitate (vomit), or burp. If this happens, it is the last thing they will ever do. What goes into a horse has only one way out, and that is by passing through a lengthy digestive tract. Horse people refer to this as “the gut”.Read more