Equine Power Plus
Equine power plus is a vitamin formulated by equine veterinarians and nutritionists to specifically provide the vitally needed nutrients lacking in our geographic area. Instead of having to buy a separate vitamin, a separate mineral and an additional electrolyte supplement. Equine Power Plus provides your horse with a total package making it very cost effective!
Equine Power Plus utilizes natural ingredients which are blended for maximal biological effect and safety. This allows Equine Power Plus to be fed in greater quantities to horses that have a greater requirement. Adding it daily to your horse’s feed prevents and treats nutritional problems with the emphasis on your horse’s daily requirements.
Biotin, Methionine, Monocalcium Phosphate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Ground Limestone, Potassium Chloride, Zinc, Sulphate, Iron Sulphate, Copper Sulphate, Choline Chloride, Molasses, Vitamin E, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin B12, Niacin, Calcium Pantothenic, Vitamin A, Thiamine Mondoitrate, Riboflavin, Ascorbic Acid, Apple Flavouring #880006, Folic Acid, Pyridoxine, Magnesium Oxide, Calcium Iodate, Vitamin D3.
Feed the following amounts daily mixed into the ration. 25 grams is by volume, approximately 1 ounce or 1 heaping tablespoon.
Mature Horses not in use or turned out: 100grams
Performance and Show Horses in Moderate exercise: 125grams
Race Horses in heavy exercise: 150grams
First 2/3 of pregnancy – 100grams
Last 1/3 of pregnancy -125grams
Lactation – 150grams
Foals and Yearlings – 125grams
Growing Horses (2 – 4y) – 125grams
*add 25grams if training or racing
*Increase by 25 grams if there is excessive sweating during exercise
Feeding the suggested amounts of Equine Power Plus compensates for a calcium and/or phosphorus deficiency in the diet by providing half the total daily requirements for the balance of vitamins and minerals.
To introduce Equine Power Plus start off with 25 to 50grams mixed with molasses and grain, a sweet feed or a mash. Gradually increase this amount to meet your horses’ needs. Dividing the total daily requirement into two feedings is also recommended.
Phosphorus (Act.) 12.7%
Potassium (Act.) 6.3%
Chlorine (Act.) 5.9%
Sulpher (Act. ) 1.5%
Magnesium (Act.) 0.4%
Copper (Act.) 1909 mg/kg
Manganese (Act.) 3398 mg/kg
Zinc (Act.) 4491 mg/kg
Cobalt (Act.) 3 mg/kg
Iron (Act.) 12009 mg/kg
Iodine (Act.) 31 mg/kg
Vitamin A (Min.) 315,000 iu/kg
Vitamin C (Min.) 600 mg/kg
Vitamin D (Min.) 20,000 iu/kg
Vitamin E (Min.) 1275 iu/kg
Vitamin B12 (Min.) 1430mcg/kg
Thiamine (Min.) 563 mg/kg
Riboflavin (Min.) 570 mg/kg
Niacin(Min.) 1153 mg/kg
Pantothenic Acid (Min.) 574mg/kg
Pyridoxine (min.) 130 mg/kg
Choline (Min.) 3650 mg/kg
Folic Acid (Min.) 171 mg/kg
Max. Fluorine 1260 mg/kg
Selenium added at 20 mg/kg
CAUTION: Directions for use must be carefully followed. When feeding EQUINE POWER PLUS it is unnecessary to add any additional vitamins, minerals or electrolytes unless recommended by your veterinarian. Supplementation should include only salt.
Collagen is essentially the glue that keeps the body together. It is a natural protein produced in the body, and is the main component of all connective tissues such as cartilage, ligaments, skin, tendons and bones. However, the production of collagen diminishes with age and wear and tear.
Adding collagen as a supplement to a feeding program can help fortify new growth cells, remarkably improve connective tissue and promotes optimum athletic performance.
Collagen can be used preventatively and is beneficial for horses with arthritis, unsound hoof structure and muscle and joint pain. It can also be used for horses recovering from joint, tendon or ligament injuries to help rebuild the connective tissues.
Benefits of Collagen
– Reproduces connective tissue
– Maintains healthy tissue
– Helps with lean muscle gain
– Rebuilds cartilage in joints
– Thickens coat, hair and hooves
– Promotes good bone health
– Relieves arthritic symptoms
KVS collagen is not only sterilized, it is hydrolyzed. This means that the protein is broken down to produce an easier to digest supplement that can be easily absorbed into the body and reduces the chance of an allergic reaction.
A minimum of one ounce to a maximum of four ounces, split into two servings, should be given daily with feed. We recommend not adding wet ingredients until right before feeding.