Providing Herbal Products for Animals since 2002

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Slippery Elm Bark
Price: $29.95
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Product Description:

Slippery Elm Bark Powder

NOFA-NY Certified Organic LLC has approved this Slippery Elm Bark powder for certified organic use by the farms they certify.  

Used to make Herbal Dosage Balls; this is what binds and holds the balls together. It also has a pleasant pecan-like sweet taste which makes the balls more enticing. Safe for use in all animals. Safe to use during pregnancy and lactation.
For more info on Slippery Elm, click here

Be aware that this is a natural, wildcrafted product: the powdered inner bark of wild growing Slippery Elm trees, and there may be slight variations in texture between each "batch" of bark you receive.

One pound bag- Packaged by weight not volume.

 


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GOATS & DONKEYS LOVE THE SLIPPERY ELM BARK POWDER
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Lisa Simpson (MO) - March 12th 2014
We were having a problem getting our girls (our doe goats) and our 2 mini-donkeys to eat their herbal wormer when we put it on their food. They would somehow eat their grain "around" the herbal powder, thus wasting it. So, I ordered the Slippery Elm Bark Powder and made the dosage balls according to Molly's recipe (added a bit of water and a tad more molasses to make it bind better), and WOW! All of them just LOVE their dosage balls! If you're experiencing similar issues, I would highly recommend getting Molly's Slippery Elm Bark Powder and making the dosage balls according to her recipe. My animals just love it!
Love this stuff!
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Tamara (Applegate OR) - January 8th 2010
We find many uses for Slippery Elm Bark. Besides it being an excellent addition to the wormer balls we also use it when an animal is having diarrhea. It appears to coat and soothe the gut. I have priced it at our local herb shop and Molly's is less expensive even considering the cost of shipping.