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Mycotoxin Binder for Horses

Mycotoxins are toxic substances produced by moulds on grass, weeds, grain, feeds and hays.  They can create significant challenges to a horse’s health. 

Horses consuming mycotoxins can exhibit a range of symptoms, commonly termed mycotoxicosis.  These include unexplained random spooky behaviour, skin irritation, photosensitivity, head-shaking or flicking, staggers, to gut issues, poor growth, low fertility, immune problems and lack of stamina.

Moulds that invade certain grass species can produce mycotoxins which are particularly toxic to horses.  Key types include black paspalum (ergot mycotoxins), ryegrass, clovers, tall fescue , weeds such as capeweed and other grasses that grow in hot, wet or damp climates. 

Features and Benefits

  • Mycotoxin binder for horses ingesting mycotoxins in grass, feeds, grain and hays
  • For all horses requiring a specific mycotoxin binder with a broad-spectrum action
  • Recommended for horses with visible symptoms of mycotoxin-related problems
  • Particularly suited for horses grazing in pastures with mycotoxin-affected grasses

Unique Design

  • Includes 5 different types of mycotoxin binders for a comprehensive binding effect
  • ‘Ultra-high level’ binding capacity, extensively tested for optimum activity in horses
  • Liver detoxifying formula: includes amino acids, choline and other helpful nutrients
  • Pelleted and highly palatable for easy feeding, compatible with other supplements

20 day supply


Please Note: *CUSTOMER SELF DECLARATION* By purchasing any prescription product from the SEG Online store, you acknowledge and agree the following is true and accurate.

  1. I confirm that my horse was examined by a Scone Equine Group veterinarian who prescribed this medication for use in the horse’s treatment on the basis of their diagnosis of the horse’s condition.
  2. By confirming this order, I agree to use this prescription medication in the manner prescribed, on horses under my care and for which I have the authority to act under veterinary direction.
  3. I have read and understood that I need to seek immediate veterinary advice if my horse’s condition changes or deteriorates in any way whilst being treated with this prescription medication.

NB: If there is a particular prescription product you need which is not on this list, please contact your SEH veterinarian directly.