supplementary food

Health support

Additional feed for horses

You can support your horse's health with supplementary feed. A classic remedy is linseed oil, which not only ensures a healthy, shiny coat, but also promotes digestion. There is a suitable supplementary feed for many areas, such as muscle building, balancing the electrolyte balance or the health of the respiratory tract and bronchi.

Supplementary feed to support your horse's health

In addition to normal horse feed such as hay or grass and concentrated feed such as pellets or oats, you can support your horse with supplementary feed. This supplementary feed usually contains a selection of minerals and trace elements to prevent diseases or support the muscles. Mineral feed is known, for example, in the form of a lickstone. These are not only available as salt licks, but also with additional minerals, which hang in many boxes as a supplement to the normal feed.

Liquid feed with electrolytes is a good option for compensating for mineral loss, for example due to increased training during tournaments. These supplementary feeds contain important minerals such as potassium, chloride, magnesium and sodium. These ensure a balanced electrolyte balance. The fructose contained in the syrup ensures rapid absorption. The sweet taste is also very popular with many horses as a treat.

Supplementary feed to support tendons, ligaments and hooves

Of course, there is also food to support the tendons, ligaments and hooves. Horses that enjoy grazing all year round often need a little extra food. If the horse's legs are constantly overstressed, it is necessary to intervene not only with proper cooling but also with feeding. A good remedy is Chrysanphyton from EquistroIf the hooves are affected by wet or too dry ground in the pasture, Kerabol can help. This supplementary feed ensures regulated and stable hoof horn formation.

Many diseases originate in the intestines - here too you can help with supplementary feed

By feeding high-quality supplementary feed, many diseases can be prevented in advance. Intestinal disorders are often the reason for the discomfort. Darm Fit is a herbal nutritional supplement for horses that are prone to colic. It strengthens the immune system and can therefore also be used for recurring skin irritations such as mud fever, fungal infections or itching.

Linseed oil supports your horse in its coat change, digestion and vitality

Many riders like to feed linseed oil because it is a natural source of energy without protein. It promotes vitality and willingness to perform and is rich in essential, unsaturated fatty acids. It also promotes digestion and ensures a shiny coat. Linseed oil helps horses that are hard to feed to build mass. If you give it over a few carrots, for example, it helps the vitamins to be absorbed better.

Supplementary feed to relieve the airways

If your horse tends to have a mild cold and a strained airways, you can help it with various means. First of all, an infection should be checked by the vet. However, if you already know the symptoms, or it is a preventative measure in the transition period to autumn / winter, you can, for example, Effol Med BronchoCare. Both the ointment and the syrup are made from high-quality herbal compositions that promote free breathing and soothe irritated airways. But take a close look at the ingredients in case your horse is allergic to something. The Leovet Bronchial Elixir also helps to balance out respiratory disorders more quickly. The Bronchial Elixir contains echinacea, anise, fennel, ribwort plantain, chestnut, primrose and thyme, which are gently prepared as fluid extracts.

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