The unique prebiotic micro feed that maintains calmness
& focus without affecting performance.
An eCalm horse is a happier horse
“He has been noticeably calmer to handle, not just by me but also for the Physio and Vet. His coat is looking amazing and his performance has recognisably improved.”
Mansons Flight – Karen Conran
MAINTAINS CALMNESS SUPPORTS WELL BEING.
eCalm maintains the focus, concentration and responsiveness of your horse delivering a more enjoyable and safer riding experience.
Modified from wheat germ, eCalm is safe to use and handle. Supports gut and hoof health, skin and coat condition. eCalm is tested for Naturally Occurring Prohibited Substances.
eCalm acts as a prebiotic supports the heath gut bacteria which activate the gut – brain axis,
The overall effect maintains good behaviour and provides supportive action on well-being.
eCalm beneficial micro feed
eCalm is a unique micro feed that promotes calmness and helps focus.
It can also –
- Helps to aid nervousness, excitability and stress
- Help maintain gut health
- Sustains overall condition
- Supports healthy skin and glossy coat
- Helps gut health
- Helps training capability
eCalm maintains the well being of your horse, leading to a relaxed and happier riding experience. eCalm is non magnesium based being based on modified wheat germ.
The beneficial effects of eCalm are supported by extensive studies.
Our in house animal health experts have published 2 papers in the Vet Times on the success of eCalm in improving the behaviour of Mares in Oestrus and “Geldings”. They conclude that eCalm helps maintain gut and hoof health, skin, coat health, focus, concentration and responsiveness of your horse overall helping to deliver a more enjoyable riding experience.
eCalm is regularly tested for and free of Naturally Occurring Prohibited Substances and for this reason is considered safe for competition use.
For more information on how this product works and the benefits it provides your horse read our published papers here.
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Using eCalm as a daily additive within the horses feed has led to lower costs, compared to previous years.
ROSEMARY BROWN – Formerly of EASTERTON STABLES
Having taken on a project horse over winter who had an enormous amount of issues of anxiety and stress over practically everything in life but more so in relation to showjumping, eCalm was recommended to me by my trainer Kirsty Aird. I used it and noticed a difference in the horses ability to cope almost immediately. I am certain eCalm has made a difference to this horse and his coping ability and would highly recommend it.
Coram has been with us for nearly 4 years, and is coming up for 30 years of age. He has been on eCalm and despite the advanced age, is still competing!!!
ROSEMARY BROWN – EASTERTON STABLES
I found his concentration levels were much improved and he listened more. Just became a much more trainable horse.
Banner 14.1h – Hannah Stewart
I took Echo out for her first hack in probably a good couple of years on Friday – she was brilliant – no spookiness …. No nattiness in wide open fields ….good in traffic – so must say a big thumbs up for eCalm.
Echo – Sally Watkins
Having used eCalm for around 10 days I have seen a change in my mare. She would get very upset when there was any movement either in the field or on the yard. Well that has changed significantly, she is totally settled and tucks into her hay. So pretty impressed actually!
17h – Maxine Lowrie
She is very scatty when ridden, regularly rearing, taking off and refusing to jump. She regularly comes into a very obvious season and is difficult to manage. The farrier refuses to shoe her at these times. When on eCalm she does not come into an obvious season and can now be handled with relative ease and the farrier will now shoe her even when in season.
Cindy 14.2h – Easterton Stables
She is a typical chestnut mare, grumpy when being led or in the stable and often unpredictable when ridden. Her grumpiness and biting are both towards people and other horses. When on eCalm she is a lot less grumpy and seems a lot happier in herself. When in season she is very difficult to manage but when on eCalm and in season she becomes normal.
Eilien 16.1h – Easterton Stables
eCalm is the only product I’ve used that has been successful in doing what it is meant to do. Prior to using this product my vet was wanting me to consider the future of my 17.2hh, 4 year old gelding as he had put me in hospital twice! He was sent to a respected trainer and was returned in three days later with the advice to euthanise. eCalm was genuinely the last resort. After one month on eCalm I was able to exercise him on long reins, lead him out to pasture and enter his box to feed and groom, all not possible prior to using this product. I can’t recommend eCalm enough, we all have a reason for saying “it’s a life saver” in this boy’s case eCalm is.
Andrew Read – Scotland
MANY HAPPY CLIENTS IN THE UK
WE ARE REALLY PROUD OF eCalm AND THAT WE HAVE SO MANY HAPPY CUSTOMERS.
WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCE USING OUR PRODUCT.
EMAIL US WITH YOUR SUCCESS STORY.
BACKED BY SCIENCE PROFESSORS AND VETERINARY SURGEONS
Natural Vet Nutrition Ltd has science professors and veterinary surgeons working to develop safe and effective remedies based on the powerful beneficial effects of wheat germ extract when taken as a feed.
PROFESSOR AJS DAVIES
Professor Tony Davies is a retired experimental scientist with a major interest in Immunology. He has published several hundred papers in scientific journals and given lectures all over the world on the research he and his colleagues have carried out. He has a particular interest in symbiosis and the microbial organisms which are part of us as humans and our domestic and companion animals. He sees the work of the mechanism of action on eCalm as his greatest achievement.
DR MALCOLM WEETMAN
Dr Malcolm Weetman BSc (Hons) BVeTMeD MRCVS is a well-known veterinary practitioner who built his own business which included a major veterinary hospital.
PROFESSOR MAX MURRAY
Max Murray BVMS PhD DVM FRCPath FRSE FRCVS (Emeritis Professor of Veterinary Medicine University of Glasgow). Background in academia and business development in Higher Educational Institutes and International Research Organisations in UK, Europe, USA and subSaharan Africa.
Published over 400 papers with over £22 million in funding