GIVE YOUR FOALS THE BEST START
Are you looking for healthy growth and development? Mineral requirements are extremely high during periods of rapid growth. At four months old, the horse has higher daily total mineral needs than they do as a yearling despite having lower daily calorie needs and being half the size.
SCOOP OF THE DAY
When breeding from our Mares and Stallions, we must ensure they are ready. Maintaining correct nutrition and supplementation for the mare is important to support fertility and immunity, giving her a better chance of conceiving first time.
The equine digestive system is complex. Having a supplement which can provide a gastric buffering action as a preventative measure against equine gastric ulcers is paramount.
COPPER LOAD OF THIS
Copper (Cu) is an essential trace mineral that is required in the equine diet to support the proper function of many enzymes in the horse’s body. These enzymes are involved in important tasks throughout the horse’s physiology including metabolism, organ function, detoxification processes, growth and more.
RESTRICTED DIET SHOULDN'T MEAN RESTRICTED NUTRITION
With grass growing at exceptional rates due to the sunny weather and spring showers, we can expect to see a lot of horses restricted from grazing the lush spring grass.
HARD GROUND, HARD FACTS
When the horse’s hoof meets the ground, concussive force is created. The horse is designed to absorb the concussive forces by the structures of the foot and leg, when the ground is very firm, excessive concussive forces travel back up through your horse’s feet and legs.