Water, sugar, glycine, citric acid, xanthan gum, ammonium propionate (preservative), sodium selenite, d-alpha tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin E) 3 mg/kg.
Fast exercise produces lactic acid in the muscles and as a result, many horses suffer from muscle stiffness or cramps during, or after work, leaving the horses looking 'tucked up'. Equine America Tye-Gard contains a highly-absorbable human-grade vitamin E and selenium, two vitamins involved in the health of muscle tissue, allowing the muscles to work more effectively at full capacity. Use Tye-Gard daily for horses in high levels of training or competition to ensure optimum muscle health.
When should you feed Tye-Gard?
How does Tye-Gard work?
- To any horse that has shown signs of, or been diagnosed with azoturia (tying-up, monday morning disease or 'set fast')
- To all horses on highly nutritious diets performing strenuous exercise
- To enhance muscle function
Tye-Gard contains highly-absorbable pharmaceutical grade vitamin E and selenium. Vitamin E
has antioxidant properties while selenium maintains muscle tissue. The two work in combination to promote healthy muscle function and aid in the removal of lactic acid and harmful enzymes.
For an average 500 kg horse, feed 30 ml the day before and 30 ml the morning of the event with the horse's regular feed or give orally. Thereafter, feed 15 ml daily for maintenance. Feed others according to body weight, less for smaller horses and ponies, more for larger breeds.
- 1 litre (2 month supply at maintenance)
- 4 litre (8 month supply at maintenance)
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