Why You Must Supplement Your Horse With Minerals!
When a horse sweats, they deplete their minerals. Today the feed and hay
have little to provide for all the horse’s needs because the soil is depleted.
Signs of depleted minerals are Ulcers, Cushings, Nervousness, Decreased
Hormone Production, Cribbing, Irritability, Lack of Stamina, Aggressiveness
Muscle Soreness, Tying-up, Colic, Depression, Poor Hoof Quality, OCD’s,
Epiphysitis, Shallow Bone Mass, Stunted Growth to name a few.
Minerals provide the building blocks for great health in your horse.
♦ Calcium –Improves bone & tendon formation and maintenance; delivers oxygen
to the cells, reducing muscle soreness and repairs Ulcers and Cushings.
♦ Phosphorus –helps to maintain bone and tendons, reducing rickets.
♦ Magnesium – improves bone density, metabolism, and reduces toxins.
♦ Iodine – improves the thyroid production reducing fat, improves shedding.
and hormone production.
♦ Sodium – improves electrolytes reducing colic, muscle soreness, tying up,
♦ Copper and Iron – form healthy blood cells, producing energy, and protective
covering for nerves and connective tissue.
♦ Selenium – Important for reproduction, growth, and immune function.
♦ Zinc – important for bones, healthy hooves and coat, and reproduction.