SUPPORTING HEALTHY SKIN AND TISSUE
Vitamin C has shown to support increasing the body´s immune system and is also involved in the transfer of iron and is vital to the normal formation of collagen, an essential structure of skin and connective tissue.
Vitamin C tastes like cherry so horses love it.
Horses synthesize 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, especially if your horse is subject to stress, travel or long competition calendars.
Composition: alfalfa, dextrose, calcium carbonate, rapeseed oil.
Additives (per Kg): Technological additives: BHT (E321) 100 mg. Nutritional additives: vitamin C (3a312) 133,333.
Analytical Constituents: crude protein 6.7%, crude fibre 11.2%, crude oils 1.7%, crude ash 38.2%, sodium 5.5%
For an average 500 kg horse, per day: 15 g with the horse’s regular feed. Feed others according to body weight.
Maximum per day: 15 g. Do not exceed 15 g per day unless under professional advice.
15 g measure enclosed
For animal use only. Do not feed to sheep. Keep out of reach of children. Store in cool dry conditions, out of direct sunlight. Do not use if seal damaged or missing.
ANTIDOPING GUARANTEE CLARIFICATION
This product is considered appropriate for horses competing under the rules of FEI, RFHE and Jockey Club
Equine America Message
Equine America are pleased to announce that we are certified members of the following Quality Assurance Schemes:
By complying with these externally audited schemes, we demonstrate our commitment to providing top quality equine feed for our customers.
What is UFAS & BETA NOPS?
To the consumer, UFAS accreditation means:
1. Full traceability of ingredients - from the packaged product right back to buying in the raw materials.
Naturally Occurring Prohibited Substances (NOPS) can occur in feed or supplements as a result of a natural presence or inadvertent cross-contamination during processing. All substances classed as NOPS are included in a defined list and featured in the BETA NOPS quality assurance schemes. Companies audited under these schemes work to defined standards to help reduce the risk of feed contamination by NOPS. Companies signed up to the BETA NOPS scheme can make horse feed only on a dedicated non-medicated production line in order to reduce the risk of cross-contamination http://www.beta-uk.org/pages/feed-safety/beta-nops-scheme.php