Feed supplement for horses. Has all the beneficial properties of apple cider vinegar.
Many people are already aware of the health-promoting properties of apple cider vinegar. There’s even been a book written on the subject.
However, it’s not so well known that apple cider vinegar has a long history as a nutritious feed supplement for horses.
Apple cider vinegar provides horses with an abundant supply of natural minerals and trace elements from sun-ripened apples and it’s been traditionally thought that it helps the horse to absorb its food better. This well-being is also reflected in a shiny coat.
Apple cider vinegar is usually added to water for event and competing horses. Then the water always tastes the same,
regardless of where it’s drunk.
Feed supplement for horses.
AREA OF APPLICATION
Mixed with feed as a food supplement, as a taste additive in drinking water and as an additive when washing the horse.
As a feed supplement: 25 – 50 ml twice a day, mixed well in feed.
As a taste additive in drinking water: Suitable for horses when travelling so the water tastes the same when away from home. 25ml mixed in approx. 10 litres of water.
For washing horses:
100 ml mixed in approx. 10 litres of water. Sponge the horse down with the mixture, groom with a curry comb and cover.
1195 – 5 litre