1. Veterinary Care
Veterinarians are best equipped to offer sound advice on maintaining a healthy environment, diet and supplement regimen for horses.
2. Deal with Dust
Reduce dust by using stall materials that don’t generate excess dust, while keeping turnouts, paddocks and pastures adequately watered.
3. Aid with Insects
Fans and fly sprays are great tools to keep the insect population down and the prevalence of bites low. Fly sheets and masks can also help.
4. Proper Diet
Choose an anti-inflammatory diet based on high-quality forage with minimal grains and concentrates. Soak hay or use a hay steamer if necessary to minimize inhaled allergens.
Choose either Platinum Performance® Equine, Platinum Performance® CJ or Platinum Performance® GI to help maintain overall health, normal allergic response and immune health in particular. For horses with advanced needs, add Platinum Skin & Allergy and, in some cases, Platinum's Healthy Weight oil.