Complying With No Drench/No Paste Rules & Dialing Your Project In

Complying With No Drench/No Paste Rules & Dialing Your Project In
By Steven McEowen

No Drenching?

No Pasting?

No Problem!

Right, wrong, or indifferent, there are several shows around the country that do not allow drenching or even the use of pastes.  While we can disagree with the Show Officials as to how these rules are counter to the well-being of your animal, they simply do not understand that an animal may not eat when they get stressed.  They do not understand that, unlike us, when presented with water that tastes differently, they may, and often do, refuse to drink.

The reality is that these are the rules of those shows.  If you want to show there, you must abide by these rules.  To help you comply with Show Rules, we have developed recipes that utilize our products that will help you dial in your animal and to keep them healthy; Banner Bites

Now you can utilize Attitude Adjustment, 3 Hrs Out and Gold Dust and not drench or use a paste.

Place Banner Bites in the animal’s feeder and they will eat them freely. 

Please Note:  Our testing has shown that Banner Bites can, and will be eaten.  However, the texture and taste differs from their daily feed.  Therefore, we recommend that you start a few weeks in advance of the show, and get your animal trained to eat them.  We do not suggest going to the show with the expectation of starting Banner Bites there. 

Gold Dust Banner Bites

Mix:

20cc Gold Dust Paste

2 tablespoons of Gold Dust Powder

Mix, and roll into small balls and place on wax paper

 

Attitude Adjustment Banner Bites

Mix:

20cc Attitude Adjustment Paste

2 tablespoons of Gold Dust Powder

Mix, and roll into small balls and place on wax paper.

 

3 Hrs Out Banner Bites

Mix:

15cc of 3 Hrs Out Paste

3 teaspoons of Gold Dust Powder

Mix, and roll into small balls and place on wax paper.

 

Allow all Banner Bites to sit for 15 to 30 minutes.  Then place in the refrigerator.

When at a show, keep them in your cooler.

All of the above recipes provide one dosing of the three different products.  We cannot suggest the number of how many Banner Bites you need to feed, as that varies with what size you make the finished product.  The above recipes were tested so that each batch made 3 or 4 Bites.


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