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How To Protect Your Horse From Strangles

How To Protect Your Horse From Strangles

Strangles is a highly contagious bacterial infection in horses caused by Streptococcus equi. Understanding the signs of strangles and taking preventive measures is crucial for horse owners to protect their... Read More
EHV. What is it?

EHV. What is it?

EHV. What is it? EHV stands for Equid alphaHerpes Virus, of which there are a number of strains. The two most common are EHV1 and EHV4. EHV 1 presents itself... Read More
The Equine Bio Genie Science

The Equine Bio Genie Science

Aspergillus Aspergillus (airway restriction and bleeding) Aspergillus is part of the fungus family and can be responsible for airway restriction in horses that can lead to unexplained under-performance in racing,... Read More
About Equine Bio Genie Products

About Equine Bio Genie Products

About Equine Bio Genie Products All the products are manufactured to a Medical Grade standard, 100% biodegradable and Organic compliant, yet are highly effective in eradicating all Equine bacteria, viruses,... Read More
Simple steps for pure and secure water

Simple steps for pure and secure water

Why have Regular Treatments

Why have Regular Treatments

Why many of our clients have regular yard treatments
Maintain the health of your horse in a pathogen free environment

Maintain the health of your horse in a pathogen free environment

Why Equine BIO Fluid? Avoids the harmful chemicals present in many widely used disinfectants Completely eco-friendly - degrades to water and oxygen Approved for use in veterinary care facilities and... Read More
What is Bio Film?

What is Bio Film?

A bio film is an organized structure of microorganisms, adhered to surface in an encasement of a self produced extracellular matrix. These communities of bacteria can thrive and survive in... Read More
Water - the essential nutrient

Water - the essential nutrient

WATER! Water is crucial for every function in your horse’s body from their respiratory tract to their digestive system. Horses drink an average of 5 to 10 gallons of fresh... Read More