What? Research shows that supplementing the horses diet with anti-oxidants aids the respiratory system and provides valuable support. In a recent study of 37 horses with compromised respiratory function, feeding RespirAid showed positive benefits in just 7 days. RespirAid also includes Vitamin C as Ascorbyl Monophosphate. This is the form of Vitamin C that is highly absorbed in horses, unlike Ascorbic Acid whi is commonly used in supplements but very poorlly absorbed by horses.
Why? Respiratory stress is common for today's horses. Environmental factors such as stabling conditions, bedding, quality of ventilation, stress, travelling, mixing with other horses and many other contributing elements can all harbour dust and fungal spores which accumulate in and irritate the sensitive lining of the lungs and respiratory tract.
When? RespirAid should be fed on a daily basis to help support a healthy respiratory system. It is also ideal for horses and ponies that are stabled for long periods of time with restricted turnout, or exposed to stressful situations i.e travelling, competition, change of yard or a change in hay and feed.
Maintenance – to support respiratory health:
Pony (approximately 250kg) 1.5
Horse (approximately 500kg) 2
Large Horse (approximately 750kg) 2.5
For horses requiring extra respiratory support: Scoops per day for 10 days*:
Pony (approximately 250kg) 3
Horse (approximately 500kg) 4
Large Horse (approximately 750kg) 5
MSM, Ascorbyl monophosphate, Vitamin E, all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate, organic selenium, zinc, copper, manganese
Protein 4.2%, Fibre 1%, Oils Fats 22%, Ash 43.4%
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