Trus-STEED are pleased to introduce our Equine products, Game bird products and an introduction to our bedding treatment used in the manufacturing stage of straw bedding.
We pride ourselves in the knowledge that our bio-security range is truly exceptional and provides the equestrian and game bird sector with a unique product range. Trus-STEED’s products have been developed to complement each other and are compatible when used as part of a bio-security program.
All Trus-STEED’s products are available from retailers across the country.
All Trus-STEED’s products are manufactured to ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO18001 and meet all European biocide directives.
Thank you so much for your Equi-Oxcide stuff! It is marvellous, a blooming miracle! We now have a healed leg, to the amazement of everyone, including my vets (Rossdales, Newmarket)
Horse Care Products
A complete range of products for the stable and the horse, from our powerful Stable Guard disinfecting the stable and horse box to effective leg treatments against mud and rain related skin conditions. Clean drinking water is provided by our Algae Stop sachets along with a range of no rinse washes and shampoos for your horse.
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WHAT IS BIO-SECURITY?
Bio-security is a set of preventive measures designed to reduce the risk of transmission of infectious diseases. Providing protection from Bacteria, Fungi, Viruses, Spores, and Vector Carriers such as Flies & Midges.
WHY SHOULD YOU HAVE A BIO-SECURITY PROGRAMME?
Strangles, Ringworm, Mud Fever, Rain Scald, Sweet Itch are among but a few conditions that cause stress to Horses and their owners. By using Trus-STEED’s products as your Bio-Security Programme you will be protecting yourself and your horse from harmful bacteria, fungi, viruses, and even spores and by using our programme you can reduce the vectors from your horse’s environment.
WHY DO WE USE CHLORINE DIOXIDE?
Chlorine dioxide reacts directly with amino acids and the RNA in the cell. This reaction is not dependent on reaction time or concentration unlike non-oxidizing disinfectants, chlorine dioxide kills microorganisms even when they are inactive. Microorganisms are unable to build up resistance to chlorine dioxide in practical terms however, few bacteria live alone, and they are most often found in water and on surfaces in the form of a “biofilm” which is a close association of many millions of bacteria. Many biocides have particular problems in penetrating this biofilm, due to the polysaccharide “glue” that is secreted by the bacteria to hold the biofilm together. Unlike most biocides, chlorine dioxide can effectively penetrate biofilm to provide complete protection.