Additional Source of Energy
Horses can obtain adequate energy from their everyday diet including forage and hay. However, the quality of the diet might depend on location and seasonality, and they may need additional nutrition on top of their diet for better performance and endurance. Four major components are invaluable in boosting energy and endurance: Fat, DHA, Vitamin E, and Bio-Mos. Wild Gold’s Camelina Oil and Bio-Mos supplements can sufficiently provide these key nutrients.
The Four Key Nutrients
Fat provides 2.5 times more energy than the equivalent weight of carbohydrates, and horses store fat for energy. Therefore, fat is essential for performance horses that undergo intense and frequent exercise. Almost 40% of the fat available in Wild Gold’s Camelina Oil is in the form of Omega-3 fatty acids, which not only help horses stay energized, but also prevent inflammation and other negative health issues.
DHA, another type of Omega-3 fatty acid, is also found in Wild Gold’s Camellia Oil. DHA contributes to reducing joint inflammation and increasing joint mobility. Additionally, DHA and Omega-3 fatty acids have been linked to increased stride length compared to horses being fed corn oil.
Horses, especially performance horses, can benefit from natural Vitamin E contained in Camelina Oil. Vitamin E reduces muscle stiffness and soreness, and removes damaging particles and bacterial threats. Improved immune function resulting from Vitamin E in Wild Gold’s Camelina Oil can lead to quick recovery from illness and injuries.
Bio-Mos, an equine supplement produced by Alltech, promotes gut health and improves immune function. Performance horses can benefit from Bio-Mos in gaining and maintaining weight. It is a scientifically proven and safe additive that is a critical ingredient in Wild Gold’s Products.
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Check with a veterinarian before use. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.