A topdress feed supplement to provide high levels of Magnesium for horses of both sexes and all ages.
Crude Protein, min — 15.00%
Methionine, min — 0.10%
Crude Fat, min — 3.50%
Crude Fiber, max — 4.00%
Calcium, min — 0.10%
Calcium, max — 0.30%
Phosphorous, min — 0.30%
Magnesium, min — 4.00%
Copper, min — 20 ppm
Selenium, min — 0.20 ppm
Zinc, min — 124 ppm
Vitamin A, min — 6500 IU/lb
Vitamin E, min — 725 IU/lb
Glucosamine HCl,* min — 22,000 mg/kg
Glucosamine Sulfate,* min — 22,000 mg/kg
MSM,* min — 7273 mg/kg
* Not recognized as an essential nutrient by the AAFCO Food Nutrient Profile.
LOADING DOSE: Feed at the rate of one 6 oz scoop twice per head per
day for seven days.
FEEDING DIRECTIONS: Feed 3 oz (1/2 scoop) twice per day.
Avoid molasses feed as much as possible. Avoid supplements that are
acidic such as HA. Discontinuing all other supplements is recommended.
Aloe Vera - Aloe vera is known for being beneficial for the skin, stomach, lymph, and digestive health. It’s amazingly high in digestible fiber. Its best known to soothe the digestive system.
Chondroitin - Chondroitin is a major structural component of cartilage, bone, and tough connective tissues. Formal studies on chondroitin show its greatest benefit appear to be prevention of further cartilage breakdown. An effective dose is between 1,000 and 5,000 mg/day.
Glucosamine HCI & Sulfate (shellfish source) - Glucosamine is a natural occurring chemical compound (amino sugar) in the body and is often used in joint supplements to relieve joint pain caused by arthritis. Glucosamine sulfate is the most common type of glucosamine and is the one most studied in animal trials. It contains sulfur which is required in the construction of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and a thick fluid that is found around the joints.
Licorice - Licorice root is commonly used as an herbal remedy for intestinal ulcers as well as bronchial issues in horses. Due to its anti-bacterial and inflammatory properties, it is generally effective at healing digestive upsets caused by bacterial infections and can promote good bacterial balance in the intestine. The anti-inflammatory properties of the herb also soothe a horse’s airways, reduce throat soreness, and relaxes bronchial spasms making it a great treatment for horses with heaves or other respiratory issues.
MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane) - MSM is a natural sulfur-containing compound that can be found in your horse’s body. The compound splits into methionine and cysteine, two important amino acids. MSM is primarily used as a joint supplement to aid in the health of collagen and cartilage. It helps reduce inflammation and improve circulation. Skin, coat, and health supplements often contain added MSM for the sulfur. MSM may benefit a horse healing from an injury or suffering from chronic arthritic changes in its joints as well.
Octocosonal - Used to improve exercise performance including strength, stamina, and reaction time.
Slippery Elm - Slippery Elm Powder soothes inflammation of the stomach, bowel and intestinal tract. Beneficial for horses with ulcers and colitis (IBD) as it can act as a diesgtive aid. It is also commonly used for any irritation and ulceration of the stomach. Slippery Elm Powder soothes and heals forming a coating in the digestive tract.
Soybean Oil - Classified as a vegetable oil it contains the good unsaturated fats with omega 3 essential fatty acid's and vitamin E. The omega-3 essential fatty acid's balance out the omega-6 your horse gets from other food sources.
Vitamin E - Is a fat-soluble vitamin, which plays a role as the #1 antioxidant & immune booster in the body. It also helps to prevent free radical damage to specific fats in the body that are critical for health and is an important vitamin that is required for the proper function of many organs in the body. In addition to being an antioxidant, Vitamin E is a “potent anti-inflammatory when given in high levels,” according to a University of Florida study. Your horse does not make Vitamin E. Daily outside sources of Vitamin E are required to maintain the right blood and tissue levels to help protect cells. Nerve tissue especially requires Vitamin E to function properly. Horses quickly get deficient if they engage in moderate to high amounts of physical activity.
Zinc - The most important job of zinc (Zn) in your horse's body is to be a part of enzymes. It is a part of many important enzymes, including those responsible for insulin production, blood clotting, and wound healing. Zinc is required by animals for numerous functions including: immunity, reproduction, skin and hoof integrity, muscle development, and milk production.