What does Mega SEL do?

What does Mega SEL do?

A unique selenium and vitamin E product. Improves muscle tone, provides greater stamina, improves hair coat and hoof condition and lessens muscle soreness. Liquid form adheres to grain and is palatable and readily consumed. Proven more effective than powder or pellets.

What supplements give horses Energy?

Perfect Prep Lactalex supports optimal muscle function in hard-working horses. It contains riboflavin, pantothenic acid, thiamine, niacin, and lipoic acid, which are nutrients necessary for the formation of acetyl coenzyme A.

What are the symptoms of vitamin E deficiency in horses?

Symptoms of Vitamin E Deficiency in Horses

  • Gait abnormalities.
  • Dry or damaged coat.
  • Muscle weakness or trembling.
  • Prolonged laying down.
  • Rapid heartrate.
  • General stiffness or lethargy.
  • Loss of muscle mass or condition.
  • Toe dragging.

Can you give a horse too much vitamin E?

Nutrient Requirements of Horses, produced by the National Research Council, states that relatively high intakes of vitamin E do not appear to be toxic to horses; however, an upper safe limit is noted at 1,000 IU/kg dry matter fed in other species.

How do I make my horse hyper?

Feed ingredients such as oats, corn, barley, alfalfa and molasses have been identified by horse owners as causing “hyper”, “fizzy” or “hot” horses.

Does sugar beet give horses energy?

This is because sugar beet for horses has a number of positive features, including the following: It is a very digestible source of fibre. It has a calorie or energy level comparable to oats, but without the high starch content. Sugar beet without molasses typically contains 5% sugar as fed which is lower than hay.

Can you give your horse too many supplements?

Besides dietary inefficiency, piling on too many supplements could increase the risk of accidentally overloading a horse on one nutrient which could cause health problems or toxicity.

What grain is best for horses?

Oats. Oats are the most popular and safest grain to feed to horses. What makes oats a safe feed is the fiber content–about 13 percent. This means oats have more bulk per nutrient content, and horses have to eat more to satisfy their nutrient requirements.