EquineCare Probiotic is a topical spray for minor bacterial and fungal skin conditions caused by mud fever and rain scald. The spray aids treatment by introducing billions of beneficial microbes that outcompete the pathogens causing the condition. It needs to be sprayed daily (if possible) until the infection is cleared.
We recommend the 1-litre size for minor mud fever, larger areas of rain scald or if treating more than one animal.
Price includes 15% GST
This stuff really seems to work! I give a small spray on my ponies feet every time I clean their feet out, and it keeps them in good order.
Thanks for your review Shona. Yes, it is good to use it as a preventative and for general hoof health. We have farriers and vets that use and recommend our spray both in NZ and Australia.
My horse has four white long stockings and had mud fever scabs on all four. Daily use of equine probiotic spray for two weeks has completely cured it.
Hi Vanessa....Yes, white stockings are more prone to infection. Glad to hear our spray has helped your horse. Thanks for your review.
Donn and the ECP Team.
A mare I recently purchased showed signs of mud fever on her near hind as soon as our first winter rain hit. I tried every vet treatment and so-called wonder product to try and clear the infection and remove the scabs. Slathering her scabs with creams, washing with disinfectant washes, bandaging, glad wrapping, keeping her out of mud, keeping her boxed. You name it, I tried it. Although some products removed the scabs, none seemed to be killing the infection or bringing this poor mare any relief. She had new mud fever patches every day and I was at a loss as to what to do.
I had seen EquineCare Probiotic advertised on Facebook and after reading the testimonies I thought it couldn't hurt to try it. I received my bottle promptly and following the instructions I simply wiped off any mud or dirt on the area, and liberally sprayed the product on morning and night. I didn't bandage her up, wash the leg, or apply any other product. I was not optimistic at all. How could spraying a product on a leg with mud fever help? But by this point I had tried all other options.
Within two days the greasy scabs were looking drier. Within a week the scabs were dry. A week later the scabs had completely dried up and each day I could see where scabs have fallen off. After a fortnight the mare has no new greasy scabs, there is no swelling, scabs are falling off every day, and I can ride my mare again as she is sound! This is all without me doing anything other than wiping off dirt, and spraying this product on the leg. It takes me less than 30 seconds each morning and night when she is having her feed in the paddock. I haven't had to do any of labourious tasks I was doing before to try and help my poor mare. I simply spray and walk away!
I cannot recommend this enough. If you haven't tried it on mud fever PLEASE DO! It will save you so much hurt, anxiety, and lost time. It is easy to use, effective, and cost effective! Thank you so much EquineCare!!!
AlbertAngel had no sign of rain scald or mudfever last Winter after using Probiotic spray regularly on him as a preventative. I’ll do the same again this Winter because in the past he has suffered badly even tho I tried numerous remedies to help him.
Thanks so much for your review. Really happy to hear it has helped as a preventative for AlbertAngel. Always a good way to go...keeping the pathogens at bay that cause skin infections like mud fever or rain scald especially in cases like yours, where your horse is susceptible. Thanks Donna and ECP team.
Product seems to be working