- All types of horses and ponies at grass
- An aid to insect and fly repellent management
- Balancing mineral deficiencies in pastures and forages
There are numerous examples of the use of garlic as a dietary component to aid fly control in livestock. The exceptional properties of garlic are due to a number of sulphur compounds which are formed during its digestion. These compounds (including ajoene, dithiin and diallyl sulphide) are all highly volatile and, once absorbed, enter the blood stream and are expelled through pores in the skin and through the lungs. Insects have evolved to avoid such compounds and will therefore avoid plants or animals coated with these garlic derived substances.
- Soya (GM Soya)
- Sodium Chloride
- Wheat Distillers Dark Grains
- Mag Phos
- Calcium Oxide
- Vitamins & Trace Elements
|Vitamin A||50,000 iu/kg|
|Vitamin D||10,000 iu/kg|
|Vitamin E||150 iu/kg|
If you would like to discuss your horse's individual requirements, please call a member of our Nutrition Team on 01622 718487.
|100-150 g||Per day|
|These feeding rates are intended as a guide only. Place away from water troughs. For further information, please contact our Nutrition Team on 01622 718487|
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