Folactin Blue

$54.75
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Premium grade mineral supplement formulated for stabled horses in work, receiving high grain diets.

Features
  • Specifically formulated for stabled horses.
  • Supplies all essential minerals critical for sound bone growth and development.
  • Provides all essential co-factors for bone development.
  • Safe for pregnant mares, lactating mares, stallions and foals.
  • Promotes optimal absorption, utilisation and retention of calcium and phosphorus.
 
Benefits
  • Optimally balanced for stabled horses in work on high grain/energy diets.
  • Rectifies calcium and phosphorus deficiencies and incorrect ratios common in high grain diets.
  • Ensures sound bone, tendon and ligament development and integrity.
  • Allows proper utilization and deposition of calcium and phosphorus in bone and for red blood cell production.
  • Easily mixed into the ration.
  • Safely supplements and effectively balances vitamin and trace element deficiencies in stabled and pastured horses.

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  1. I confirm that my horse was examined by a Scone Equine Group veterinarian who prescribed this medication for use in the horse’s treatment on the basis of their diagnosis of the horse’s condition.
  2. By confirming this order, I agree to use this prescription medication in the manner prescribed, on horses under my care and for which I have the authority to act under veterinary direction.
  3. I have read and understood that I need to seek immediate veterinary advice if my horse’s condition changes or deteriorates in any way whilst being treated with this prescription medication.


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