Anyway they contacted me a couple months ago to do a review for the products. My review was part of their product launch during the Equine Affair in New England. I wish I could have been there. The two products are:
|trial lotion upper left and trial supplement|
Mud Defender Lotion priced at $44.00 for a 500ml bottle. This is a great price because a little bit of the lotion goes a long way. Even after the trial we still have two bottles left. We found it helped more than just scratches. And after seeing the ingredient list, I am not surprised. Calendula tincture is one used. Calendula works great on bumps and cuts in cream form and now helps this lotion too. The quality of ingredients Hilton Herbs uses is one reason I allowed Dottie to do the trial.
Mud Defender Supplement starting at $64.00 for 4.4lb bag. This is a mix of flax meal, brewers yeast, kelp, garlic, calendula flower, licorice root and Echinacea root. Again the quality is evident. I definitely recommend the supplement, though the cost could be high. Dottie, due to her size, needed 5 of the 4.4lb containers for a 3 month supply. Because the ingredients included things we already fed to her, flax and garlic, we did exclude them while she was on the trial. So that could help save some money.
Right now customers can get a free shirt with a supplement purchase. So if anyone has a horse that is suffering the effects of mud, steer them towards these products. Helps rain rot too. With all this rain and snow, they might need it soon.