WHY GELATIN AS A HORSE FEED?
Conditions such as chronic laminitis, cracked hooves, or dry, brittle feet incapable of holding shoes are a common and time-consuming problem for owners, trainers, farriers and veterinarians.
Gelatin improves hooves and coat; helps repair damaged cartilage, helps with joint problems, reduces stiffness and will assist with wound repair. Feeding a gelatin supplement to horses limits potential damage and supports natural repair mechanisms brought about by natural wear and tear or stress related injury. The proteins and amino acids necessary for the proper nutrition of joints, cartilage, tendons and tendon sheaths are not always present in adequate amounts in normal feeds. Gelatin helps to prevent and alleviate degenerative symptoms of arthritis and non-infectious joint complaints. Poor quality protein is an issue that commonly affects horses in training. These horses are often being feed oaten chaff with oats (which supply poor quality protein) and will benefit from extra high quality protein supplement such as gelatine.
WHAT TYPE OF HORSE IS IT FOR?
Healthy and Agile EQINEVITAL provides your horse with all the amino acids necessary and important for the build-up and maintenance of bones, cartilage, joints, tendons and hooves no matter what discipline you ride. All horses that are undergoing intensive training are subject to extraordinary stress.
This supplement is suitable for any equine athlete in work, be it racing, eventing, dressage, polo or rodeo.
EQUINEVITAL is also a great joint supplement for older horses that suffer from stiffness and arthritis. We recommend a course of JOINTVITAL for severe cases then back to EQUINEVITAL for maintenance.
A gelatin supplement can elevate your horse’s blood levels of glycine and proline, essential for cartilage repair, in as little as 6 days……get your EQUINEVITAL today.
MARES, FOALS AND YOUNGSTOCK
Healthy and Agile understand that breeding your future winner is a huge investment. Look no further than EQUINEVITAL as many studies have been done all yielding similar results. We are in no doubt that gelatin has a positive influence on the growth and bone development of foals. Foals are generally larger than the control group, their joint cartilage is thicker and pastern joint width is superior. In addition, hair and hooves also show better growth.