Mineral compensation for heavy sweat loss
Water-soluble electrolytes are used to provide mineral balance in the event of heavy sweat loss, for example in high-performance sports or during transport. Horses achieve cooling of their body mainly through increased perspiration. Here, not only water but also electrolytes are lost. This loss often manifests itself in the form of poor performance, muscle problems such as tying up and the build-up of lactic acid in the muscles. High temperatures and increased physical activity lead to an increase in electrolyte loss. Regular replenishment of electrolytes ensures a balanced mineral supply for the horse, even with great efforts and warm temperatures.
Offer approx. 3-6 g per 100 kg body weight and day mixed with the concentrated feed. For the oral syringe, dissolve in 200 ml of water.
The recommended feeding time is one to three days after profuse sweating. Always ensure the animal is given sufficient drinking water.
Water must be available for at least 20 minutes, or preferably one hour after administration. Please ensure that you are drinking enough fluids. If the water intake is insufficient, please consult a veterinarian.
1 measuring spoon corresponds to approx. 15 g
This supplementary feed may only be fed to horses up to 6.6% of the daily ration (including hay) due to the higher content of vitamins and trace elements compared to complete feed. Please adhere to the feeding recommendation.