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Equine America Shaker Gard - 1.5 kg

£54.99
SKU EQA141

Equine America Shaker Gard Powder. FOR SEASONAL NERVE, RESPIRATORY and IMMUNE SYSTEM SUPPORT. Head shaking can be distressing for both horse and rider, and may have a number of different causes. Current research suggests that head shaking may be due to hypersensitivity of the trigeminal nerve, which supplies sensation to the face, nose and muzzle. In head shakers it seems that stimuli such as sunlight or pollen which don’t affect most horses at all, can cause this nerve to fire impulses to the brain, and the affected horses are believed to experience sensations ranging from a mild, irritated tingling through to severe shooting pains like an electric shock. This hypersensitivity may be seasonal, or can occur all year round and may be triggered by exposure to sunlight, wind, pollen and dust. Some researchers suggest that equine herpesvirus (EHV) may play a role, and other propose a theory that seasonal hormonal changes may also be implicated. Shaker Gard provides a potent blend of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, omega 3 fatty acids and phytochemicals from plants to support nerve health, as well as the respiratory, immune and endocrine systems. Shaker Gard may be fed all year, or introduced before seasonal factors become apparent.

Composition:
Micronised Whole Linseed, Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate (Lysine), Spirulina, Nettle, Magnesium Oxide, Methylsulphonylmethane (MSM), Astragalus Membranaeous, Echinacea Powder.

Analytical Constituents:
Crude Protein 12.5% Crude Oil 20.0% Sodium <1.0% Crude Fibre 7.0% Crude Ash 5.0%

Additives (per kg):
Nutritional additives: Vitamins: Vitamin E (3a700) 3000mg, Vitamin B1 (3a820) 1000mg, Vitamin B6 (3a831) 200mg, Folic Acid (3a316) 2000mg, Vitamin C (3a300) 10000mg.
Sensory additives: 2b Boswellia Extract 10000mg, 2b Rosemary Extract 900mg.

Feeding Directions:
For a typical 400-600kg horse: 50g per day.
For ponies: 25g per day.
50g (approx) measure enclosed. D
o not exceed recommended intake unless under professional advice.