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Sea-5 Paste

$53.30

Out of stock

RANVET Sea-5 Paste is a stabilizing feed supplement for the performance horse and horses in training to Aid in decreased appetite and stress related stomach disorders.

Features
  • Fucodians occur naturally in brown seaweed where they function to protect the plant from water-bourne pathogens and other environmental challenges
  • Fucodian extracts remain unadulterated in chemical structure and free from solvent residues
 
Benefits
  • Gastrointestinal health, immune support and enzyme inhibition
  • Aid in combating stressful environment associated with thoroughbred horses in full work and may enable horse to perform to their full potential
  • Improved appetite, particularly in horses known to have a decreased appetite once under full work
  • Maintenance of condition throughout preparation
  • Improved body condition and appearance, particularly noticeable in the coat.
 
Directions For Use
Administer on or within the horse’s feed. Daily use is recommended to maintain effect.
 
Dosage Rate
The daily dose is 15mL Sea-5 Paste per horse.

 

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