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B-quiet

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B-QUIET has been formulated to treat the symptoms of thiamine and magnesium deficiency including hyperirritability and nervousness in horses. B-QUIET supplies elevated levels of thiamine and magnesium for horses on high-grain diets or those in heavy training
  • High-quality thiamine and magnesium formula to nutritionally support excitable and highly-strung horses
  • Supplementation may benefit horses on high-grain diets, those in heavy training and those with a thiamine and/or magnesium deficiency
  • May reduce the risk of weight loss and anxious/nervous behaviour

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