Why are everyday supplements important?
A basic diet consisting of hay, grain and pelleted feeds is often lacking various nutrients such as vitamins and trace minerals.
During storage, vitamins in hay undergo oxidizing processes and degradation. Vitamin and trace mineral deficiencies show up in a horse after a chronic lack of supply, and may present as:
- Increased susceptibility to infections;
- Poor performance and lack of energy;
- Muscular and neurological problems;
- Poor hair coat and hoof condition.
It is the most concentrated formula of comprehensive daily supplements â€“ Only 30 g/day!
- Highly palatable alfalfa pellets with apple flavour
- Your horse will eat it from your hand
- Easy for storage
- Excellent source of biotin â€“ Equine Super Diet is recommended by farriers!
- Antioxidants like vitamin E, Selenium and vitamin C help combat increased free radical production in exercising horses.
- Booster dose of vitamin A: building block of skin, mucous membranes and gut lining
Did you know that…
Pregnant or lactating mares and performance horses may require as much as 2.5 times more vitamins and trace minerals compared to pleasure horses.
Levels of fat soluble vitamins and minerals have to be balanced to prevent deficiencies, toxicity and absorption interference.
The best way to prevent vitamin and mineral deficiencies in horses is to add supplements to daily feeding program.
Vitamin A, vitamin B12, vitamin D3, vitamin E, menadione sodium bisulfite, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, niacin, calcium d-pantothenate, folic acid, choline chloride, biotin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, ascorbic acid, sodium selenite, cobalt sulfate, manganous sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydroiodide, copper sulfate, ferrous sulfate, sodium chloride, zinc oxide, magnesium oxide, calcium phosphate dibasic, calcium propionate, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, oat, corn, sweet lite 45 (Reg. #980351), dehydrated alfalfa meal, sodium saccharin, apple flavour (Reg. #980058), soybean hulls, wheat middlings, lignin sulfonate.