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Equine America - Apple Lytes 1.8kg

Equine America - Apple Lytes 1.8kg
Nr. EA155
Apple Lytes is a salt-based product which can be added to the feed on a daily basis. Read more
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Equine America Apple Granules (1,8kg)

A special preparation of micro blended, fruit scented mineral salts to assist re-hydration and replenish vital body fluids and electrolytes after strenuous exercise.

As horses work and sweat they lose vital electrolytes and mineral salts. At low levels these can be replaced with Sodium Chloride (salt) but, if the horse is in medium to hard work and sweating on a daily basis, an electrolyte supplement must be provided. Without electrolytes, the horse will feel lethargic, and a continuation of this loss is highly detrimental to the horse’s health.

As the main electrolyte is a salt (sodium chloride) it is important to use a salt – granular based product (not a solution) as it is not possible to suspend enough of the mineral salts needed within a solution. Apple Lytes is a salt-based product which can be added to the feed on a daily basis.

For high level competition and endurance events, Apple Lytes is also available in a handy syringe for instant replenishment of electrolytes. Electrolytes should not be fed to a dehydrated horse - always ensure water has been ingested first, and that the horse has recovered from exercise.

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU EA155
Tax Class 9%
Brand Equine America
Route of Administration Oral
Active Ingredient Salt, Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Sulphate, Calcium Lactate, Silicon Dioxide
Withdrawal period None
Target Species Horses
Quantity 1800 gr
Veterinary Advice
Ingredients

Composition
Apple Lytes contains <1% Protein, <1% Oils and Fats, 0.77% Calcium, <1% Fibre, 90% Ash and 28.47% Sodium.

Instructions

Additional Information

Instructions for use

Instructions
For an average 500 kg horse, feed 56 gram of Apple Lytes daily with the horse's regular feed or mix into 15 litres of the horse's drinking water. Feed others according to body weight, less for smaller horses and ponies, and more for larger breeds. Introduce gradually into the feed.