For the grass affected horse
Graze Ezy 4 kg
Grass, in rapid growth mode, or stressed by over-grazing or the weather, becomes minerally imbalanced.
This causes mineral imbalances in the horse. Whilst nature has provided the horse with efficient self-regulating mechanisms to keep the body functioning normally at these times, many horses eventually become overwhelmed resulting in the various health and behaviour issues which can ruin your enjoyment and mean you spend more time nursing your horse than riding him.
One of the effects of these mineral imbalances is to upset the body pH which should be neutral. This change can be reflected in the horse's urine pH.