EquiVita-ProBPlus *Both Plus & ProB options with probiotic
Our ProB & Plus options combined - ideal for horses on restricted grazing/hay in the diet with added Yea-Sacc probiotic
- with 10g added Yea-Sacc 1026 Strain, 10g Rosehips (Vitamin C) & 2000iu Vitamin E
Supports beneficial levels of intestinal microflora for gut health. Ideal for winter seasonal use, and/or predominantly hay diets.
* For added Spirulina, see our EquiVitaAProBPlus
* For added Turmeric, see our EquiVitaTProBPlus
* Our EquiVita range is manufactured for us by Premier Nutrition, who are committed to manufacturing safe, compliant feed independently audited by, and certified to, UFAS, FEMAS, BETA NOPS, and ISO 22000, so you can be confident in the product you receive.
Nutritionally supports the body as a whole, and specifically:
- insulin sensitivity
- strong hooves and hoof sole sensitivity
- calcium absorption
- growth and development (bone, teeth, soft tissue)
- skin, hair and coat integrity
- immune system
- healthy muscles and nervous system
- digestion and feed absorption
- natural nutritive vitamin, mineral and antioxidant levels
- 21g/100kg bodyweight daily (one level tablespoon = 15g)
A 105g measure (500Kg Horse) will provide (apx) :
- 12g Magnesium (Magnesium Oxide)
- 10g Brewers Yeast (S.cerevisiae), providing: .6mg Vitamin B1 (Thiamin), .75mg Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin),5mg Vitamin B3 (Niacin), .3mg Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid), .4mg Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine),30mcg Vitamin B9 (Folate), 0.2mcg Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin)
- 10g L-Lysine
- 5g Phosphorous (Monosodium Phosphate)
- 3g Methionine
- 1200mg Zinc (Bioplex)
- 400mg Copper (Bioplex)
- 30mg Biotin (Vit.B7)
- 1mg Selenium (Organic Yeast)
- 10g Rosehips (ground) (yielding 200mg Vit.C)
- 10g Yea-Sacc ProBiotic
- 2000iu Vitamin E (acetate adsorbate)
* Analysis displays the elemental mineral volumes
- During winter months, we recommend adding at least 100g Linseed (micronised) to support the omega/amino acid levels which are depleted in winter grazing and hay. Linseed provides all 8 essential amino acids and a wealth of nutrients, including the Omegas 3, 6 and 9 Essential Fatty Acids, digestive enzymes, protein, vitamins and minerals, with the added benefit of copper, phosphate, selenium and magnesium sources.
- Supplements of any kind should be fed with caution to the pregnant mare so always seek veterinary advice.
- From Mhari, 28.12.18
I’ve noticed a real difference in her feet since feeding your vitamin and mineral supplements and switching her feed over so I’m going to stick at it. My farrier actually commented recently on how great her feet were looking and said whatever I’m doing is working which is encouraging to hear.