Horse Quencher was developed by one of our partners because her pregnant mare would not drink water. It is made up of all natural ingredients that are already in a horse’s diet and is a safe way to hydrate the pregnant mare. We always recommend checking with your veterinarian if you have any special concerns about using Horse Quencher.
Many of our customers use a gallon of Horse Quencher every day to help maintain their horses’ hydration.
Horse Quencher is designed to be mixed with water; however, some veterinarians suggest adding a scoop to the horse’s feed if they resist the water mixture. After horses get used to it, they usually will enjoy Horse Quencher mixed in their water.
Yes. We encourage you to mix Horse Quencher into your horse’s water as a treat. That way he will be used to it and when you need him to get hydrated right away, he will drink!
We recommend that you use the contents within one year after opening. Storing in a cool, dry place increases the shelf life.
We always tell our customers to check with their veterinarian first for the best advice. The molasses content of Horse Quencher is 12%.
Offering separate buckets of Horse Quencher for each horse usually helps. Securing the bucket to the fence also helps so they don’t kick over the bucket while trying to get to the bottom!
We recommend warm water in the winter, especially on cold winter mornings. Your horses will really love it. Otherwise cool water is fine.
You can try scooping up the heavier grains that have settled at the bottom of the bucket and give them to the horse; often the horse will then understand that the treat at the bottom is worth drinking the entire bucket of water! Letting the bucket of Horse Quencher steep for awhile also helps enhance the flavors for the resistant horse. Making the Horse Quencher stronger at first; put in 3/4 cup or an entire cup and then let it sit for awhile before offering it to the horse.
Horse feeds have been created with unique dietary needs in mind for horses and can have additives that are fatal to sheep if consumed. For this reason, we recommend that sheep should under no circumstance be given Horse Quencher, as it is designed for horses.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the dietary needs of your sheep, you should contact your veterinarian for more information.