Let’s talk equine first aid kits! My first aid kit for the barn is stocked with products to treat the typical injuries or accidents around the barn and pasture. Thankfully, the most common types of injuries that I usually end up treating are cuts and scrapes, which usually mean digging out the gauze, wound cleanser and aerosol bandage spray.
I’ve recently started using Wound Care+, which is exclusively manufactured for Noble Outfitters by Synbiont. You can read about my experience using the product here. Wound Care+ is meant to be applied topically in order to treat and clean cuts, scrapes, skin abrasions, post-surgical sites, staph, rashes, ring worm, rain rot, mange, cinch fungus and scratches.
Wound Care+ is a patented, veterinary recommended formula that is meant to improve wound cleanliness and enhance recovery time. The product is also food-grade safe, meaning it can be safely used around a horse’s eyes, ears, nose and mouth, and it can be ingested without a negative effect. Wound Care+ is also compatible with other wound treatments, antibiotics and healing ointments.
Some other nice features of Wound Care+: The ingredients are legal and can be used on competition horses, it will not lose its efficacy if it is frozen, and it has no shelf-life restrictions. But perhaps the part that horses might like the most is that it is sting-free when applied.
For this week’s Fab Freebie, one lucky reader will be taking home a prize pack containing items from the Wound Care+ line. A big thanks goes out to Noble Outfitters for providing this week’s prize.
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