Not all states of malaise are well explained by the horse, sometimes they manifest their discomfort by presenting behavioral disturbances.
This is the case for example for horses that have stomach problems but show a support tic.
If the problem is not identified and resolved quickly,
it can cause physical damage and stressful situations that strongly affect the horse’s performance.
Pool of highly specific molecules designed to promote theright functioning of the digestive system.
COMPLEMENTARY FEED FOR HORSES
Calcareous marine algae, Dehydrated chicory pulp, Micronized dried carob flour, Cell walls extracted from Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Polyphenols derived from hydrolyzed Lignocellulose, Baker's yeast from Saccharomyces Cerevisiae, Betaglucans, Sucrose, Crude soya oil.
Analytical component % on wet basis: Raw protein 5.30% - Raw fiber 6.20% - Raw fat 1.30% - Raw ash 33.40% - Calcium 12.00% - Sodium 0.05%
Vitamins, pro-vitamins and chemically well defined substances with similar effect
Vitamin E 10,000.00 mg
Xanthan gum 37,500.00 mg
Mixture of flavouring compounds 40,000.00 mg
Glycyrrhiza glabra 60,000.00 mg
Silybum marianum 7,500.00 mg
- Marine Calcium quickly acts as a gastric buffer, counteracting the low pH of the stomach
- Xanthan Gum and Licorice exert a protective action on the gastric mucosa
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Chicory pulp and Mannanoligosaccharides keep the digestive system healthy and functional
- Vitamin E and Polyphenols have an antioxidant action
- Betaglucans stimulate the immune system
- Silymarin stimulates the regeneration of hepatocytes, supporting the proper functioning of the liver
- Horse: 80-100 grams/head/day
- Pony: 40-50 grams / head / day
1 measuring cup corresponds to about 25 grams.
Tin 1 Kg