Equine Vitamin E

Equine Vitamin E is a cherry flavoured supplement in a wheatgerm base. Each 15 gram dose contains 1000iu of Vitamin E in the form of Tocopherol.

Vitamin E is a powerful anti-oxidant. It protects muscle cells and blood vessels against the toxic waste products of cell metabolism know as free radicals. It also protects the red blood cells.

It has been shown that Vitamin E supplementation can reduce nervousness in some horses. It is also indicated to aid horses that are prone to tying up, especially in conjunction with Equine Selenium K.

Horses low in good pasture or green feed intake are in need of Vitamin E supplementation.

Vitamin E is also necessary in the diet of breeding stallions and mares to maintain fertility.

Do not add to the same feed as an iron supplement as the vitamin may be damaged and therefore made ineffective.

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Vitamin E 67000 IU/Kg
Each 15g dose contains 1000mg of Vitamin E

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Average horse 16.0hh or horses in light work – 15g
Larger horse or horses in full work or lactating mares or serving stallions – 30g
Average Pony 13.2-14.0hh – 8g
Large Pony 14.2hh – 12g
Nervous Horses – 30g
Horses on very poor pasture – 30g