Disinfectants kill germs on clean solid surfaces very well (tile, steel, cement, etc.) because the disinfectant easily comes into contact with the germs. However, disinfectants do not penetrate very far into porous surfaces (dirt, feces, wood shavings, etc.) and germs end up “hiding out” in this organic matter. To kill germs it is best to first clean dirt, grime, feces, etc. off solid surfaces
Feeding Directions for Adult Horses: For an average 1,100 lb horse, feed 1 ounce (30 ml) daily with the horse"s regular feed or give orally. Loading Period: Geed double amounts for the first 5 consecutive days. Feed others according to body weight, less for smaller horses and ponies, more for larger breeds.