KOHNKE'S OWN

Kohnkes Own Mag E

KOHNKE'S OWN

Kohnkes Own Mag E

KOHNKE'S OWN Kohnkes Own Mag E

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Mag-E is the ideal supplement for working and travelling horses to provide a well absorbed form of magnesium, as well as essential Vitamin E and Vitamin B1, to help nerve and muscle function.
  • High levels of organic magnesium - with the majority provided by 'organic' amino acid (yeast) chelate which reaches the absorption sites as an 'amino acid shielded' complex for optimum absorption.
  • Natural and synthetic Vitamin E - corrects low dietary levels to ensure optimum muscle and nerve function
  • Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - to help make up shortfalls in the diet of working horses fed on grain based, low roughage diets.
  • Debittered yeast as a natural food compound to help maintain normal gastro-intestinal function in working, travelling or competitive horses.

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