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Succeed Crumbles Digestive Supplement

Succeed Crumbles Digestive Supplement

Succeed® daily nutritional horse supplement supports the health of the complete equine digestive tract. It's formulated in crumble form for horses that consume high grain diets, are fed intermittently, stabled, or who travel, train, compete or breed--all factors that can lead to digestive imbalance. 60-day supply.

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3.75 lb
Item #: X1-22216
$194.95
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Succeed® is a nutritional supplement for horses that, given daily, supports the health of the entire equine digestive tract. Formulated in a palatable and easy-to-feed crumble form, Succeed contains all-natural nutrients that can help maintain a healthy digestive balance despite any daily stress or challenges your horse experiences. It’s intended for horses who receive high grain rations, intermittent feeding, stabling, travel, training and competition or breeding and early development. Key ingredients include oat oil, oat flour, yeast products, glutamine and threonine. 3.75 lb (60-day supply).





Succeed Crumbles

Key Ingredients in Succeed:


  • Oat Oil: contains polar lipids, vegetable fat molecules with water soluble and fat soluble ends. Polar lipids strengthen the tight junctions between enterocytes and increase nutrient absorption up to five times.

  • Oat Flour:contains Beta glucan, a soluble polysaccharide. Beta glucan is a powerful stimulant to the immune system, and helps normalize the feed transit rate through the GI tract.

  • Irradiated Dried Yeast: consists of two forms of Mannan oligosaccharides (MOS), a complex sugar from the yeast strain saccharomyces cerivisea. The yeast also includes nucleotides, which are minute building block components of DNA. MOS helps maintain the balance of digestive microbes by binding pathogens, so they can be safely excreted from the body. Nucleotides in yeast support cell reproduction, needed for building tissue and healing. Nucleotides are also shown to enhance the growth of enterocytes.

  • Glutamine: an amino acid that provides fuel to muscles, and helps strengthen and lengthen intestinal villi.

  • Threonine: an essential amino acid that supports the production of mucin, a necessary component of mucus that lubricates and protects the GI tract lining.