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E Coli




KBF99 Products will assist in the prevention of initial infection or re-infection of various distressing and painful equine diseases. It does this by killing the bacteria it comes into contact with. KBF99 is at least 99% effective against Strangles, Ring Worm, E-coli and Mycotoxin.


Strangles is highly contagious. It affects the tonsils and lymph nodes in the upper respiratory tract. Symptoms can include a high fever, poor appetite, thick yellow discharge and enlarged lymph nodes which sometimes can abscess. The bacteria can be transmitted via contact, via contaminated yard or grooming equipment. Incidence of Strangles will prevent any movement of equines to or from the affected area or yard for several weeks.


Is a fungal skin infection and is also highly contagious. The skin lesions usually start off small and can often be overlooked. They will quickly grow and become more widespread. If left untreated the lesions become itchy and sore and will then develop into scabs. This highly infectious unsightly condition can be transmitted to other  horses, pets and humans via contact or using contaminated equipment.


E-Coli is commonly found in the lower intestine and faeces of warm blooded organisms. Most strains are harmless, but some can be passed from animals to humans causing severe food poisoning. E-Coli can also live in soil or contaminated water and can be transmitted via direct contact.

Fusarium (Mycotoxin)

This is a fungi which is widely distributed in soil and in association with plants. Most species are harmless but some species produce mycotoxins in cereal crops or grain which are commonly used in horse feeds. These mycotoxins can adversely affect human or animal health if they enter the food chain. Symptoms include apathy, throat paralysis, blindness and recumbency.

Please note: The above items are provided for information only. They are not intended to be used as medical advice or guidance in any way. If you believe your horse or pet is suffering from any disease or condition, veterinary advice should be sought at the first opportunity.