Equine Nutrition Supplements for the Performance Horse
Renowned equine nutritionist Dr. Amy M Gill has formulated a line of nutrient targeted therapies for horses that are affected by growth, metabolic, exercise and immune disorders by providing them with targeted levels of specific nutrients. Equi-Force products are novel, proprietary formulations based on solid clinical and field research. Dr. Gill’s formulas contain therapeutic dosing and when used correctly, will help exert a positive physiological effect by providing the raw nutrients the horse needs to get and stay healthy.
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Coconut Oil – Weight gain and coat condition for horses – 1 gallon
Black Chia Seed – Omega 3 Fatty Acids for horses – 3.75 lbs$49.95
Algae-to-Omega – Horse Omega 3 Supplement – 3 lbs$119.95
Omegatri – Omega 3 for Horses Supplement – 1 Gallon$104.95
MicroBiome Support – Equine Colonic Stabilization – 2 lbs$74.95
Osteo-Gen – Horse Bone Cartilage Building Supplement – 5 lbs$72.95
Osteo-Sil – 8.3 oz Horse Bone Cartilage Building Supplement$129.95
The misconceptions about feeding horses is a topic that is written about frequently but is worth repeating from time to time, because it appears to be a difficult one for some to grasp. When it comes to feeding horses, myths and old wives’ tales abound.
Since the recent break down of several high profile race horses, the media and others have tried to elucidate the cause of such catastrophic injuries. Those of us directly involved in the daily management and healthcare of Thoroughbreds know that there can be many factors that cause a horse to break bones, and trying to isolate or blame just one is difficult, if not impossible.
The equine digestive tract is a fragile system and the rigors of training often cause disruption of normal function to occur. Gastrointestinal disorders, such as gastric ulcer syndrome, are common among the equine population and are often treated with a variety of pharmacological agents. While we can treat some gastrointestinal disorders with certain drugs, we must also instill good preventive care of the digestive tract so we can lower the incidence of such disorders and help the horse maintain healthy gut function.