Kohnke’s Own FABBY is a highly concentrated supplement containing probiotics, prebiotics and additional specific nutrients which help optimise the digestive efficiency of the entire gastro-intestinal system, particularly the hindgut, in all horses.
FABBY works to improve the function and balance of the hindgut microbiome fermentation system, particularly helping horses which are ‘poor doers’ maintain body condition and providing ‘cool’ energy reserves through better feed conversion. It is beneficial as a daily supplement for working horses with hindgut acid imbalance or ‘acidosis’ from hard feeds containing grain, grain by-products or starch.
FABBY is also an ideal supplement to help improve digestive function in aged or senior horses who struggle to maintain body condition despite an adequate diet or who suffer feed sensitivities such as scouring, bloating or loose manure.
“I have been using FABBY for a few months and my horse is still benefitting from it. His mental attitude is more trainable and I am feeding half the amount as I was before. I feel like he is gaining more top line than before. The reason I started FABBY was that my horse was unrideable at a competition, kicking out and not going forward. He even started doing this at my club of 5 years rally days. I had treated for ulcers but didn’t see much improvement. With the help of Karen at Kohnke’s Own I changed a few things in his diet. He is now a lot friendlier with his old paddock mate and is so much more able to deal with stressful situations.”
Emma C, VIC
“I first spoke with the team from Kohnke’s Own last year about my pony Jack’s manure problem – he was never really scouring, but he was a bit messy and would dribble, especially on grains, certain hays or spring grass. Within a couple of weeks of commencing the FABBY trial he started to improve with firmer manure and less dribble. He is now fully normal and has consistently good manure, even with the new Spring grass. Jack also used to get tummy aches, especially at competitions. Now he much happier and doesn’t kick up or show symptoms of gut pain, even when competing often.” Kirsty P, VIC