EndurExtra®: What’s Inside the Bag
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A blend of healthy fats
EndurExtra contains a blend of fats that include Equi-Jewel® rice bran, soybean oil, and flax.
- Fats contain 2.25 times the energy of carbohydrates.
- A diet rich in fat and fiber allows you to reduce the amount of starchy grains in your horse’s diet and reduce meal size overall.
- With smaller grain meals horses become less prone to colic, laminitis, and insulin resistance-related disorders.
- Fats are considered a cool energy source; they reduce excitability and help horses remain calm and focused on their job.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae……………….1,800 billion CFU/lb
Lactobacillus acidophilus………………..100 billion CFU/lb
Enterococcus faecium………………………70 billion CFU/lb
- Direct-fed microbials help to regulate pH balance in the GI tract, producing a hindgut environment that encourages beneficial bacteria to grow.
- Along with nutrient absorption, the GI tract plays a significant role in the horse’s immune system.
- A horse with a healthier digestive tract is less likely to suffer from colic or laminitis.
Natural vitamin E
Natural vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol) 1,000 IU per 8 oz
- Is an essential nutrient that must be added to the diet of most horses.
- Limits the damage caused by everyday oxidative stress.
- Maintains healthy muscle and nerve functions.
- Supports a strong immune system in horses of all ages.
- Lecithin is a beneficial fatty acid.
- Lecithin aids digestion, encouraging maximal absorption of nutrients.
- Lecithin also contains choline, a factor necessary in the production of acetylcholine. Acetylcholine is a critical component of the nervous system.
Developed specifically to support weight gain and maintenance
EndurExtra® is recommended for:
- Hard keepers
- Performance horses, racehorses, and show horses
- Sales weanlings and yearlings
- Young horses in training
- Broodmares in late gestation and lactation
- Senior horses
- Horses that need extra calories in the cold winter months
- Horses recovering from injury, illness, or malnourishment