Everyone recognises it: thin manure, wet buttocks and a wet tail. Diarrhoea occurs regularly in horses. The manure can be muddy or mushy, but also water-thin. In itself this is nothing serious, but if it lasts longer, it is something to keep an eye on.
Manure says a lot about the health of your horse. Manure should be firm in structure, with well formed balls over which there is a kind of shiny layer. The manure balls should easily fall apart. The colour can vary. This depends on the ration of your horse. If the manure is abnormal, it usually says something about the condition of your horse and the functioning of the digestive system.
Dried yeast, vegetable carbon, fructo-oligosaccharide
Ascorbic acid (3a312) 25.000 mg/kg
Crude protein 15,5%, crude fat 3,7%, crude fibre 5,6%, crude ash 5,4%, sodium 380 mg/kg
Adult horses (550 to 600 Kg): minimum 2 cups per horse per day up to maximum 6 cups per horse per day (horse 600 kg). Standard use is daily 2 – 4 cups per day. Mix with the daily ration. Preferably spread over several feedings.
Free from synthetic colours, flavours and fragrances. No stabilizers or preservatives added. Contains no added sugars. A balanced diet is the basis for good health. Consult your veterinarian.
Store in a dark place out of reach of children at room temperature. After use, close the packaging tightly.