As horses grow older, their nutrient needs change. This
might be due to bad or missing teeth, changes in metabolism,
or less efficient digestion.
"In general, a healthy older horse that doesn't have
metabolic problems has nutrient requirements a little higher
than a mature horse in its prime," she says. "An older
horse's requirements are very similar to those of a young,
growing horse. Digestive efficiency is reduced in older
horses. Like older humans, many of them get thin. They are
in a more catabolic state-- metabolizing muscle tissue."
Thus, the old horse needs more feed, but it must contain all
of his nutrient requirements; you should not increase
calories just by adding more grain. He needs a concentrate
with less grain and higher levels of soluble fiber and fat.
For improving fertility, Productivity and Growth
Fortified with bypass methionine complex
Metho-Chelated minerals & Vitamins combination.
Nutritional value per 1 kg.
Fat soluble Vitamins:
Vitamin A :
7, 00,000 I.U
Water Soluble Vitamins:
Wonder Herbs of Ayurveda
Satawari (Aspargu Racemosus)
Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera)
Jewanti (Leptidinia Reticulate)
Animal feed Supplement
Not for Human/Medicinal use
Mixing Ratio: 30g per cow/buffalo per day to be mixed in the feed
Storage: Store at a Temperature not exceeding 30o C, Protect from sunlight.