Performance MultiVitamin

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About Performance MultiVitamin

  • A broad spectrum vitamin and mineral supplement formulated for the horse or pony in light-to-moderate work

  • Developed with vets & leading equine nutritional experts

  • Contains added prebiotic for the digestive system

  • Utilises Nitric Oxide Precursors

  • Ideal for all horses and ponies receiving less than manufacturer’s recommended rates of hard feed

  • The essential supplement to enrich the modern equine diet

Now SOYA FREE!

Introducing Performance MultiVitamin, a comprehensive supplement designed specifically for horses and ponies in light-to-moderate work. Developed with the expertise of equine nutritional experts, this multivitamin powder is packed with essential nutrients to support your horse’s overall health and well-being.

Featuring a blend of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, antioxidants, and prebiotics, Performance MultiVitamin provides the necessary building blocks for optimal performance.

Vitamins and minerals are crucial for normal bodily function, playing vital roles in energy production and maintaining healthy tissues. Deficiencies in these essential nutrients can lead to impaired bodily functions and potential health issues. However, with Performance MultiVitamin, you can ensure your horse receives the nutrients necessary to thrive and perform at their best.

The ingredients in Performance MultiVitamin include a combination of high-quality vitamins, minerals, and herbs such as Algae-Spirulina, Turmeric, Milk Thistle, Ginkgo, Liquorice, Papaya, and Himalayan Salt. These are supplemented with additional nutrients like
L-arginine, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Iron, and more to provide a comprehensive and balanced nutritional profile.

Don’t just take our word for it – try Performance MultiVitamin and see the difference it can make for your horse.

Do I really need to feed my horse a multivitamin? Click here to read more from Professor Jo-Anne Murray

 

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Instructions for use

1 scoop (30ml) = 18g
Loading dose is recommended for 5 days. Mix with feed. Do not pre-mix. Can be syringed by mixing with a little water to form a paste.

Loading dose feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop twice a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop twice a day
  • 600kg : 2 scoops twice a day

Maintenance feeding rate

Weight of Horse:

  • Under 500kg: ¾ scoop once a day
  • 500kg – 600kg: 1 scoop once a day
  • 600kg : 2 scoops once a day

Ingredients

Composition: Chia seed Flour, Flaxseed, Algae-Spirulina, Turmeric, Milk Thistle, Ginkgo, Liquorice, Papaya, Himalayan Salt.

Additives: L-Arginine, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, L-Tyrosine, Iron, Cordyceps, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine, Lecithin, Vitamin D3, Zinc, Citrus Bioflavonoid, L-Alanine, Manganese, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B1 (Thiamine), L-Carnitine, Vitamin A, Biotin.

Nutritional analysis:

Sodium 0.85%
Crude Protein 37.3%
Crude Fibre 9.3%
Total Oil 20.84%
Crude Ash 8.2%

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