What To Look For In a Senior Horse Feed Balancer

The fact is that nowadays there are lots of different types of equine feed balancers and there are dozens of different types of formulations: there are formulations for overweight horses, there are balancers for underweight horses, there are feed balancers for horses that are involved in competitive horse riding disciplines and there are balancers for senior horses.

In today's article I want to focus on senior horse feed balancers and I would like to share with you a list of specific active ingredients that you should look for in a high quality senior horse feed balancer.

I have spent the last eighteen months working in the equine supplements industry, learning the ins and outs of equine supplements and I have learned some things that very few people in the equine community know about.

When it comes to horse feed balancers you want to look for companies that have a good reputation and developed a brand that represents high quality products. The fact is that nowadays there are hundreds of different types of equine supplement companies and quite a lot of them make products that are worthless. They contain lots of exotic sounding active ingredients, but at the end of the day those products do very little to actually help our horses.

If you want to make sure that you end up buying a good product then you want to look for supplement companies that have been around for some time and who have a large customer base. You see, equine communities around the world aren't large and it does not matter whether you live in the US, UK, France or Italy. Our communities tend to be very small and in case a particular product does not work, sooner or later everyone in the community will know about it. On the other hand if you notice that a particular brand of a senior horse feed balancer gets praised and mentioned a lot then the chances are pretty high that the product will be of high quality.

Now when it comes to the actual active ingredients the first thing that you want to look for is elevated levels of glucosamine.

You see, as a result of years of constant pounding and twisting senior horses tend to suffer from joint problems and you want to do whatever you possibly can to strengthen and support your horses joints. This is where elevated levels of glucosamine come into play.

In addition to this you also want to look for products that contain the right ratio of Omega 3 and 6, that contain pre and pro biotic and that contain minerals such as zinc, iron and copper.

Feed balancers are just like multi-vitamin supplements for humans and you want to make sure that when you use a feed balancer it will provide your horse with all of the essential vitamins, minerals and nutrients that your horse needs to look and feel great.

For more information about high quality senior horse feed balancers visit http://horseandponydirect.com/product/veteran-feed-balancer/

This article was published on 24 Jan 2014 and has been viewed 590 times
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