In this article I would like to share with you some useful information about equine supplements. More specifically I would like to talk with you about what equine supplements your horse really needs.
If you have been a member of the equestrian community for some time you have probably noticed how many different equine care products and supplements there are out there in the market. There are literally hundreds if not thousands of different types of equine supplements that you can buy today ranging from feed balancers and joint supplements to garlic supplements and joint supplements.
The fact is that some products are great and will have a positive effect on the way your horse looks and feels, whereas some products are a total waste of time. Now, without wasting too much of your time I would like to reveal to you which supplements are actually proven and tested to work and have a positive effect on our horse’s health.
It is really important to supplement your horse’s diet with a high quality feed balancer. Feed balancers have been around for quite some time and there is no doubt that they can have a positive effect on the way our horses look and feel.
Feed balancers contain all of the essential active ingredients that your horse needs to look and feel great. From pre and probiotics that are used to improve the efficiency of the digestive system and improve nutrient uptake, to minerals and oils such as zinc, soya and linseed oil which promote the development of healthy skin and coat.
It is really important to supplement your horse’s diet with a feed balancer, particularly in spring, because in the winter quite a lot of horses develop a nutrient deficiency as a result of poor grazing conditions. When grazing conditions are relatively poor your horses do not get as many different nutrients as he needs in order to look and feel great.
Spring has finally arrived and as the weather conditions improve flies, insects and other annoying insects become particularly active. Their bites can cause lumps and bumps appear all over your horse’s body and one of the easiest ways to tackle this problem is to invest into a garlic supplements.
There are two main types of equine garlic supplements: liquid garlic supplements and garlic granules. Liquid garlic supplements are more expensive, yet they have are easier absorbed by horse’s body when compared to garlic granules. Granules are much cheaper, but they are not abosrved as well as liquid garlic supplements. It does not really matter which option you will decide to take, but once you will start to supplement your horse’s diet with a garlic supplement your horse will start producing an odour that will keep insects at bay.