NAS-TROP’s supplement Maintenance
As we keep horses, they lack important nutrients that are not or too little in “our” feed, such as tanning and bitter substances.
These nutrients are essential for the stomach and intestines. A deficiency of this results in, among other things, a poor intestinal flora, no good absorption of nutrients, intestinal spasm, gas colic That can be felt / seen again on the horse: crooked jumping, knee, back and finally tendon problems at the front!
Suppelement Maintenance is often given when a horse is stuck, stiffness, skin problems, skin inflammation near the feet
-Sulfur supports the tendons, muscles and ligaments
-Contributes to a healthy stomach and digestion
-To support the liver
-Contributes to healthy skin and coat
-free of added sugars, colours, odours and flavourings
Composition of supplementary feed A: sulphur, gentian, centaury, licorice, fennel, fenugreek, allspice, dandelion.
Levels: Crude Protein 6.7%, Crude Fat 14.6%, Crude Fiber 13.8%, Crude Ash 12.61%
Content 600 grams + measuring spoon of 12.5 grams. 2 measuring spoons is 25 grams
Give with mesh or wet bran
Week 1: 3x a week, 2x a day 2 level measuring spoons
Week 2-5 : 2x a week, 2x a day 2 level measuring spoons
2x a week, 2x a day 2 level measuring spoons
1 day before and 1 day after the contest/concour 2x a day 2 level measuring spoons