Vitamin and mineral premix, Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Yea-Sacc®1026), Ginkgo biloba, Panax ginseng, dicalcium phosphate, lysine, fructooligosaccharides (FOS), calcined magnesite, MSM, cobalamine.
A comprehensive supplement containing MSM and probiotics, specifically formulated to meet the nutritional needs of the older horse. Recommended for all older horses whether still in regular work or enjoying retirement.
From around his mid teens your horse will start to show signs of ageing. His body will not function as it once did. Digestion often becomes compromised, and there's an increased requirement for energy and other specific nutrients including sulphur, calcium and phosphorous for bone and joint integrity.
These specific nutritional needs of the older horse have all been addressed in the formulation of NAF Veteran Supplement. Key ingredients include probiotics and yeasts to help replace the bacteria lost from the gut, to support healthy digestion and help reduce the risk of digestive upset, lysine, a vital amino acid for the formation of high quality protein, organic sulphur in the form of MSM, which is important for bone, circulation and connective tissue and is included to provide valuable nutritional support for maintaining joint integrity. Dicalcium phosphate ensures calcium, and phosphorus are available in the optimum ratio for efficient absorption.
NAF Veteran Supplement also contains a broad base of vitamins, minerals and trace elements to help maintain general health. Lastly, NAF Veteran Supplement includes ginko and ginseng, well known for their herbal support of a youthful outlook!
||g per day
From mid-teenage years onwards. Feed daily to balance the micronutrient requirements of the veteran horse's diet.
Feeding herbs produces a cumulative effect, so for best results feed daily over a prolonged period.
A 1.5 kg tub fed at 50 g per day will last 30 days.
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