Beetroot in the diet of horses
It is rich in minerals such as magnesium, potassium, zinc, iron or phosphorus and two minerals of elements – cesium and rubidium. The composition of beetroot is also supplemented with B vitamins, acid with vitamin C, A, E, K, primary fibre, antioxidant and folic acid. The main properties of beetroot, which require a high content of vitamin C, are the prevention of infections and colds. Thanks to the content of vitamin B1, beetroot has a positive effect on the functioning of the circulatory and muscular systems. Enriching the diet with beetroot allows you to even out the body’s performance, support bones, strengthen health and support brain function.
Linseed in the diet of horses
Contains mucous compounds and pectins. In addition, it is a source of minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, zinc and vitamins: C, E, B1, B2, B5, B6 and folic acid. They are given equal amounts and improve hoof health and coat appearance, strengthen the digestive system, support horses during coat changes and convalescence. It is helpful in inflammations and ulcers of the duct system. It has a protective, anti-inflammatory effect on the supporting system, supports peristalsis, improves digestion. It has a stabilizing and protective effect.
Ingredients: oat flour, beetroot, wholegrain wheat flour, wholegrain corn flour, linseed, linseed oil, water.