Do you have a horse behaving badly?
Perhaps sometimes verging on being dangerous or simply not able to do something that you have requested?Happy Herbal may assist in balancing hormones in mares, geldings and stallions which can sometimes be the cause of unwanted behaviour.
Happy Herbal may also help with underlying soundness issues, allowing your horse to work to his full potential and is an excellent digestive tonic.
Very palatable and easy to add to the feed.
Chaste Tree Berry >>
Chamomile >>
Devils Claw >>
MSM >>
Peppermint >>


HEMP BLEND: Look to Hemp Blend for body support, better skin, hair, hoof health condition, healthy immune system, digestion and more! Full of omegas, vitamins, minerals and oils for optimum health.

Hemp Seed Meal
Linseed (Flaxseed) Meal
Soybean Meal
Chia Seed Meal


This herb & supplement combo is natural, highly palatable, economical and convenient. In just one portion, you are providing your horse with an enormous quantity of minerals, trace elements and vitamins. This is a general supplement for most horses, focusing on prevention, and either bringing a horse up to peak condition, or simply maintaining a horse in optimum health. Whether your horse is agisted, at home, away, or somewhere in between, this is a great way of making sure that it’s not missing out on any nutrients. Where possible, add to unprocessed feed and the correct amount of roughage. Extra calcium may be added if grazing on tropical or sub tropical grasses. The small 2.1 kilo size is appropriate for minis – horses need 4.2 kilos to give this blend time to show good results. Contains: Garlic >> Seaweed >> Brewers Yeast >> Rosehips >> Mudgee Dolomite >> Soybean Meal >>


These herbs all work to reduce inflammation of the stomach lining and help reduce the onset of gastric ulceration. Also effective for scouring and colitis, it soothes the digestive tract and helps regulate bacteria in the intestine. Do not feed to pregnant mares. Some herbs may swab. Contains: Slippery Elm Powder >> Marshmallow >> Chamomile >> Licorice >> Comfrey >>