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Ranvet Horse Electrolytes 2kg

Ranvet Horse Electrolytes 2kg
Ranvet Electrolytes 2kg
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Ranvet Electrolytes are a good source of body salts for horses to aid in the prevention of electrolyte imbalances caused by strenuous exercise; dehydration from hot, humid weather; transport, or excitation leading to excessive sweating.

Supplies a concentrated source of all critical electrolytes. Maintains optimal body fluid balance. Ideal for intense work, traveling, endurance or basic daily supplementation. May be used in conjunction with oral electrolytepastes or liquids. Reduces dehydration, muscle fatigue, cramping,poor performance and delayed recovery following exercise.

Facilitates optimum performance in all extreme environmental conditions. Highly palatable powder. Easily mixed into the ration.

Directions for use: Mix Ranvet Electrolytes thoroughly through the feed. A measure is provided. One level measure holds 45g Ranvet Electrolytes. Always ensure access to clean, fresh drinking water when using oral electrolyte supplements.

Dosage Rates: Light work 30-60g daily; Moderate to heavy work 60-90g daily.

Pack Size: 2kg;

Active Constituents: (PER KG) Sodium 218.3g, Potassium 174g, Calcium 35.6g, Magnesium 3.2g, Sulphate 11.5g. and Chloride 473.8g

Ranvet Electrolytes 2kg

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