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Horse Press Release

W. F. Young, Inc., marketers of the Absorbine line of animal health care products, announces the launch of new gallon bottles for Absorbine Veterinary Liniment, the company's flagship product. This new look for an old favorite will allow equestrians everywhere to benefit from the many enhancements and ease-of-use features built into this new custom design.

The new Absorbine gallon bottles feature a custom neck and handle design for easier transfer into smaller Absorbine refillable bottles. There's no mess and no wasted product, thereby saving both time and money. The new comfort grip handle is designed for ease-of-use and improved control, allowing for one-handed, anti-glug pouring. The new shape will remain stable on the tack room shelf, the barn floor, or outdoors. The new Absorbine Veterinary Liniment gallon size plastic bottles are convenient and economical - and are destined to be a welcome improvement for loyal users.

Absorbine Veterinary Liniment is the world's number one selling horse liniment. Made with a proprietary blend of the herbal extracts Calendula, Echinacea, and Wormwood, it is an effective treatment for temporary muscular soreness and stiffness. Absorbine Veterinary Liniment is also an excellent antiseptic for minor cuts, abrasions, and insect bites. It can be used as a pre-workout warm-up and a post-workout set-up, and is also effective as a body wash when mixed with water and vinegar.

Absorbine products are available nationally at tack shops, farm supply stores, and through national and regional catalogs. For a dealer near you or for more information, visit the Absorbine website at Founded in 1892 by Wilbur Fenelon Young and his wife, Mary Ida, W. F. Young, Inc. has provided over a century of quality health care products for the equine industry. From its headquarters in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, the company is committed to extending this heritage into the new century.