The improvement of physical fitness goes through a correct integration of Iron and Vitamin B12 at high doses. Particular situations of deficiencies due to physiological dysmetabolies can affect the optimal conditions of the horse, also causing occasional anemia.
Iron with a chelated form, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Natural Vitamin E and the active components present within the TRANSFER
contribute to proper management of the horse’s physiological state.
Pool of oligo elements, vitamins and amino acids for the improvement of physical fitness.
COMPLEMENTARY FEED FOR HORSES
Sucrose, Sodium chloride, Magnesium oxide.
Analytical components% on wet basis: Raw protein 7.00% - Raw fiber 0.01% - Raw fat 0.01% - Raw ash 6.00% - Sodium 2.00%.
Vitamin A 5,000,000.00 IU
Vitamin D3 300,000.00 IU
Biotin 3,520.00 mg
Carnitine 30,000.00 mg
Choline chloride 2,000.00 mg
Niacinamide 10,000.00 mg
Vitamin B1 5,000.00 mg
Vitamin B12 30.00 mg
Vitamin B6 1,030.00 mg
Vitamin C 10,000.00 mg
Vitamin E (RRR-alpha-tocopheryl acetate) 80,070.00 mg
Iodine (Potassium iodide) 103.50 mg
Iron (Iron-II chelate of glycine hydrate) 22,000.00 mg
Magnanese (Manganese dichloride trihydroxide) 250.00 mg
Zinc (Zinc octahydroxychloride monohydrate) 45.00 mg
Lysine monochloride 10,000.00 mg
DL-Methionine 52,500.00 mg
Glycine 3,000.00 mg
Dry extract of grapes 1,000.00 mg
- Iron, present in chelated form, is one of the fundamental constituents of red blood cells that allow the correct oxygenation of the tissues
- Vitamin B12 is an indispensable cofactor for the synthesis of hemoglobin
- Choline Chloride and Niacinamide improve liver efficiency, as they allow proper assimilation of lipids, proteins and carbohydrates
- Natural Vitamin E and Vitamin C have a strong antioxidant action, fighting against free radicals presence
- 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 20 grams.
Tin 1 Kg