1 What is DE36? DE 36 is an equine feed additive that is a natural blend of
diatomaceous earth & montmorillonite. It has been proven
to be effective against internal & external parasites.
2 Why should I switch
from my paste dewormer to DE36? Why not?
DE36 is all natural and contains no harmful chemicals. It
is fed on a daily basis to give your horse continuous protection
from internal parasites instead of riding the 'dewormer roller coaster'
by administering pastes every other month. Because diatomaceous
earth kills parasites mechanically and not chemically, parasites
do not become immune to DE36! No rotation of dewormer's is
3 How do I use DE36? It's never been easier to keep your horses free from parasites.
Simply add 1 scoop of DE 36 each day to your horses feed.
Our product is granular in consistency with very little dust.
It is safe for animals, people & the environment. Note
that our scoop dosage (1 tablespoon) is recommended for horses
weighing up to 1000 pounds. You may need to feed more if your
horse exceeds this weight. The FDA says up to 2% of their
gross weight in feed.
4 What is this stuff gonna cost me? DE36 is much cheaper to
use than conventional dewormer's. Our retail price $32.99 for the 180-day supply
package. That's only $0.19 per day!
5 When can I expect to start seeing results? DE36, when used
daily, will show decreases in internal parasite after a week.
Externally, you will be able to see a dramatic improvement
in your horse after 60 days!
6 Can I use diatomaceous
earth as sold by my local gardening store? Absolutely
not. Most diatomaceous earths are not approved as a feed additive
or have a high crystalline silica content which is extremely
harmful when breathed in or eaten by you or your animals.
DE made for pool filters is very high in free crystalline
silica content & can actually kill your horse if used
as a feed additive. DE36 is approved as a feed additive &
is granular in consistency. Its crystalline silica content
is the lowest you can find on the market & safe for horses,
humans & the environment.
7 Well, then won't
it hurt or damage my horse's intestines? No, testing
that has been done over the last 30 years, shows that the
intestines of the animals actually build a slightly thickened
mucus membrane wall. This healthy mucus helps uptake the nutrients
to the horse, rather than the worm. Have you noticed how your
horse (when they have worms) eat more & still look kind
of skinny? Well, you will notice, once you have been using
DE36 for awhile, they will maintain their weight with less
feed, which is also a savings to you.
8 Is DE36 really
safe? Absolutely, I used it for flu diarrhea symptoms,
cleaned me up quick & my husband no longer scoots on the
carpet. Now if I can just keep him off the couch!
9 Why will I have
less flies in my barn? For the same reasons it works
internally on your horse’s worms, it works externally
on the larvae of flies in the manure or hot spots in your
10 Can I feed DE36
to my pregnant mare? Absolutely, in fact, since DE36
is all natural, it is safer to feed DE36 to pregnant or nursing
mares than it is to supplement their feed with chemical-based
11 Is this the same
diatomaceous earth that I can buy in my local feed store? No. Due to the special blend of natural ingredients &
the 36 trace minerals (most DE’s have 18-22); we have
seen better results from using DE36. Plus, you only need to
use 1 (one) Tablespoon per day compared to other DE’s
that say you must use 4-5 ounces per day to achieve the same
12 What is montmorillonite
clay? Montmorillonite clay, is natural occurring clay
from our DE source. It acts as a natural binder & makes
DE36 granular. Recent studies have shown that when used as
an anti-caking agent in grain storage, montmorillonite clay
can draw impurities from the grain. The clay doesn't break
down in the digestive tract, so the impurities are retained
in the clay then expelled in the manure.
13 Can I use DE36
on other animals? DE36 works great on many other animals.
Our customers use our product on themselves & their show
cows, goats, sheep, dogs & cats. The dosage amount will
vary based on the weight of your animal. Small dogs &
cats may only need 1 teaspoon every week. Average goats may
only need 1 teaspoon a day. Remember that you cannot overdose
this product but you should not exceed the FDA’s recommended
2% of that animal’s gross weight in feed. We recommend
that you monitor your dosage & animal reaction closely
over the first 2-4 weeks & make any adjustments accordingly.