Equine America Vitamin C Powder

£24.99(VAT exempt)

Item: EQ4069

Vitamin Supplement 

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Description

Vitamin C is involved in the transfer of iron and is vital to the normal formation of collagen, an essential structure of skin and connective tissue.

Horses synthesise their own vitamin C and this, along with vitamin C gained through green leafy forage, is normally considered sufficient. However, your veterinary surgeon will be able to advise if additional vitamin C is necessary.

When should you feed Equine America Vitamin C?

To horses in high levels of training or competition.

Vitamin C may also be needed in other specific conditions or situations and a vet will advise on this.

How does Equine America Vitamin C work?

Vitamin C is involved in the transfer of Iron and is vital to the normal formation of collagen, an essential structure of skin and connective tissue. Horses synthesise their own vitamin C and this, along with vitamin C gained through green leafy forage, is normally considered sufficient. A veterinary surgeon will be able to advise if additional vitamin C is necessary.

For improved condition or performance, it is always advisable to use a specially formulated supplement with all of the necessary vitamins and minerals such as Equine America V-Biotic? Powder.

Ingredients

Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Dextrose, Ascorbic Acid (source of Vitamin C) 22,700mg/kg, Vegetable Oil. Preserved with Ammonium Propionate.

Feeding Guidelines

For an average 500kg horse, feed 14g daily with the horse?s regular feed. Feed others according to body weight, less for smaller horses and ponies, more for larger breeds.

Available in: 908g Tub (2 month supply at maintenance).

Vitamin C Powder

908gm