An individual characteristic of each horse is the appearance of its coat and mane, whose colors and lengths are often identifying the different breeds. As well as having a purely aesthetic function, these are essential for protection from external agents and for regulating body temperature. It is therefore important to keep the coat and mane of the animal in excellent condition. The use of unguents can be a help, but only a correct supplement can achieve long-lasting results.
Complex of amino acids, oligoelements and vitamins designed to hydrate and improve the aesthetics of the horse’s coat and mane.
COMPLEMENTARY FEED FOR HORSES
Cell walls extracted from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Micronized dried carob flour, Maltodextrin, Methyl sulfonyl methane, Salts of fatty acids from Fish Oil, Baker’s yeast from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Sucrose, Calcareous Seaweed, Betaglucans, Polyphenols derived from Lignocellulose.
Analytical components % on wet basis: Raw Protein 12.45% - Raw Fiber 0.5% - Raw Fat .80% - Raw Ash 4.90% - Sodium 0.01%.
Vitamin A 500,000.00 IU
Biotin 3,000.00 mg
L-Carnitine 30,700.00 mg
Choline chloride 25,000.00 mg
Niacinamide 31,000.00 mg
Vitamin B6 9.800,00 mg
Vitamin C 10,000.00 mg
Vitamin E 25,000.00 mg
Copper (Copper dichloride trihydroxide) 1,350.00 mg
Selienium (Selenomethionine NCYC R646) 5.00 mg
Iron (Iron-II chelate of glycine hydrate) 1,400.00 mg
Lysine monochloride 50,000.00 mg
DL-Methionine 50,000.00 mg
Dry extract of grapes 1,000.00 mg
Silybum marianum 10,000.00 mg
- Biotin contributes to the formation of keratin, a key component of the horse's coat and mane
- Lysine is one of the basic constituents of keratin
- Zinc, in an innovative and more bioavailable chelate form, supports the synthesis of keratin
- Methionine, an amino acid rich in sulfur, added in pure form, performs a synergistic action both at the liver level and in the formation of keratin
- Vitamin B6 is an essential cofactor in the production of Methionine, a substantial precursor in the metabolism of keratin
- Vitamin A regulates keratin synthesis and is involved in cell differentiation
- Fish Oil, rich in Omega 3, promotes the shine of the coat and coat
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Carob keep the digestive system healthy and functional
- Betaglucans stimulate the immune system
- Carnitine and Niacinamide protect and support liver functions
- Silymarin stimulates the regeneration of hepatocytes, supporting the proper functioning of the liver
- Selenium, Vitamin E and Polyphenols have an antioxidant action
- Adult horse: 25 grams/head/day
- Young horse 15 grams/head/day
- Pony and foal: 10 grams/head/day.
1 measuring cup corresponds to about 25 grams.
Tin 1 Kg