KOHNKE'S OWN

Cell Vital

KOHNKE'S OWN

Cell Vital

KOHNKE'S OWN Cell Vital

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Pelleted vitamin and mineral supplement to balance the ration of all types of horses. Provides a wide range of essential nutrients to meet your horse's daily needs for health, vitality and well-being.
  • This low dose supplement suits all horses, with simple dose rates given for resting horses up to racehorses. Great for owners with a number of horses to feed!
  • Particularly suitable for horses on a lucerne based diet as an economical ration balancer with potent and premium forms of vitamins and trace-minerals.
  • Exclusive technology from Kohnke's Own separates trace-minerals and vitamins into different but compatible pellets, ensuring a stable and optimum environment for all nutrients. This improves the potency and activity of the supplement compared to powdered
  • Can be used as a top-up supplement to add extra nutrients that may not be fully provided or available when your horse is fed a pelleted or muesli commercial pre-mixed feed. This is especially important when the full recommended amount of the pre-mixed fe
  • Does not swab, legal for racing and all equestrian competitions
  • Can be used with other Kohnke's Own products, such as Mag-E, Gastro-Coat, FABBY or Redi-Flex

SKU: 1006719000

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