- You should use Enzymes synbiotics for horses daily to make the horse healthy, prevent allergies, other intestinal problems and for horses to get ready for hard work and competition sessions.
- Beneficial to use it daily since the enzymes will help the digestion process, yeast cell wall will give your horse vitamins and minerals also clean up the gut and get rid of toxins, and probiotics will hold the balance in the digestive system.
- Organic acids will help build muscles, maintain and help pH balance and condition the horse for training and running session.
- Pure probiotics are good for horses suffering from an intestinal problem.
- Probiotic will help young horses develop their digestive system more quickly thus giving their system a head start.
- To aid recovery from illness or infection in horses who have received oral antibiotics. Medications that kill harmful bacteria sometimes do collateral damage to beneficial organisms. After the course of antibiotics is finished, a probiotic may aid in fast recovery.
Indications that a horse might benefit from having probiotics added to their diet include underweight, loss of appetite, frequent switching of feeds to combat loose stools, difficult to keep weight on.
Probiotics are non-toxic and over feeding will not cause harm. The probiotic ingredients only helps digestion and amounts above what the digestive system can use will be utilized as food.
- Improved feed efficiency due to increased starch digestion in the small intestine
- Reduce malnutrition caused by poor nutrient absorption
- Prevent future digestive disorders
- Helps maintain proper pH level antagonistic for harmful bacteria
- Increase the bodyweight, improves feed conversion ratio and reduces colonization of pathogens in the intestine, to build new tissues and help with cellular repair which takes place when muscles are recovering
When to use Witanor Probiotics?
Give 1 full cup daily of Probiotics to your horse when:
Receiving antibiotic treatment (before, during and after the course)
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Researchers in Mexico have shown that adding supplementary fibrolytic enzymes (which break down important components of forage) to horses’ diets could help maximize digestibility and, thus, nutrient utilization:
The study, “The effect of feeding horses a high fiber diet with or without exogenous fibrolytic enzymes supplementation on nutrient digestion, blood chemistry, fecal coliform count, and in vitro fecal fermentation,” was published in the Journal of Equine Veterinary Science.
Natural Horse Magazine:
Why Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes are Important Feed Additives for Your Horse.
Supplementing Enzymes in the Equine Diet
Are Dietary Fibrolytic Enzymes Helpful for Horses?