EQUISTRO Energy Booster Paste for horse 20 g


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Diet supplement feed (paste) for horses

To compensate for electrolyte

losses in the event of excessive sweating. Composition:
glycerine, sodium chloride, potassium chloride, glucose, calcium gluconate, magnesium hydrogen phosphate 0.6%.

EQUISTRO Energy Booster for horses Additives / kg:
Amino acids: DL-methionine technically pure (3c301) 75,000 mg, L-lysine monohydrochloride (3.2.3.), Technically pure 7500 mg.

Vitamins EQUISTRO Energy Booster for horses:
Vitamin E / all rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate (3a700) 100,000 IU, nicotinic acid (as niacinamide) (3a315) 13,500 mg, vitamin B2 (as riboflavin pure substance) 7,900 mg, vitamin B1 (3a820) (as thiamine hydrochloride pure substance ) 7,900 mg, choline chloride (as a choline chloride preparation) (3a890) 6,500 mg, pantothenic acid (as calcium D-pantothenate pure substance) (3a841) 4,900 mg, inositol (as inositol pure substance) 2,250 mg, vitamin B6 (3a831) (as pyridoxine hydrochloride) 1,600 mg, vitamin B12 (as vitamin B12 preparation) 50 mg.

Trace elements:
iron (as iron (II) sulfate heptahydrate) (E1) 2 300 mg, zinc (glycine-zinc chelate hydrate) (3b607) 800 mg.

EQUISTRO Energy Booster for horses Analytical components:
Moisture 48%, crude protein 11.7%, crude fat 10.7%, crude ash 8.5%, chloride 5%, sodium 1.6%, potassium 1.2%, crude fiber 1%, glucose 0.8%, calcium 0 , 13%, magnesium 0.1%. Properties:
Energy Booster contains readily available, highly effective performance catalysts such as electrolytes, vitamin E, vitamin B complex, iron, essential amino acids and magnesium to cover the need for electrolytes and energy.
Energy Booster is particularly recommended in times of high physical stress and / or at high temperatures.

EQUISTRO Energy Booster for horses Feeding
advice : Horses (500 kg body weight): 1/2 to 1 oral dose
foals / ponies: 1/4 oral dose

Can be repeated over a period of 3 days as required. Pour directly into the horse's mouth. Offer water for free consumption. It is recommended that you seek the advice of a professional before feeding. Due to the statutory maximum amounts of iron and zinc, this supplementary feed should not be administered in excess of 1,100 g / horse (500 KGW) / day.

Information as of August 2020