Equinox supplements for Horses & Dogs

About ingredients for Equinox Original

Listed below are the ingredients and quantities of the Equinox supplement.  Please remember that amounts shown are per KG of product NOT amount the horse will receive in his daily recommended allowance.  Horses are fed at 8g per 100kg of body weight.

Equinox Original contains :-

No FEI Banned Substances
No molasses
No preservatives
No artificial colours or flavours
No Soya or GM
No Alfalfa
No binders or fillers
No waste by product ingredients
No wheat feed or Oat feed
No ingredients of animal origin

There is no  Saccharomyces cerevisiae in any Equinox supplements.

INGREDIENTS 

Feed Material:-

Yarrowia lipolytica yeast (source of vitamins, amino acids, macro and micro elements), 
calcium carbonate, trace of dried apple and dried carrot for flavouring.

Mineral Supplements:-

Sodium selenite 

The daily amount of the preparation contains 4 mg of sodium selenite (1.8 mg selenium)

NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS

Raw protein: 35 - 42 %
Fat: 1.5 - 3 %
Raw fibre 1.1 - 1.5%
Dry weight: min. 95 %
Moisture: 3 - 5 %
Dry ash       20%

MACROELEMENTS

Calcium: 45.8 g/kg
Magnesium: 1.17 g/kg
Phosphorus: 16.1 g/kg
Sodium: 24.2 g/kg

MICROELEMENTS

Iron: 70.1 mg/kg
Copper: 1.1 mg/kg
Manganese: 9.32 mg/kg
Zinc: 67.4 mg/kg
Iodine: 0.90 mg/kg
Selenium: 12.5 mg/kg (incl. selenomethionine and selenocysteine)

VITAMINS*

Vitamin E: 17.8 mg/kg
Vitamin B2: 7.55 mg/kg
Vitamin B9: 1250 μg/kg
Vitamin B12: 36.5 μg/kg
Niacin: 215 mg/kg

AMINO ACIDS*

Lysine: 18.7 g/kg
Methionine: 3.7 g/kg
Threonine: 12.4 g/kg
Cystine: 2.3 g/kg
Serine: 11.8 g/kg
Proline: 10.9 g/kg
Glycine: 12.2 g/kg
Alanine: 20.3 g/kg
Valine: 13.6 g/kg
Leucine: 18.6 g/kg
Thyrosine: 7.0 g/kg
Phenylalanine: 12.3 g/kg
Histidine: 6.0 g/kg
Arginine: 13.5 g/kg
Aspargic acid: 25.7 g/kg
Glutamic acid: 31.4 g/kg

BIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

Kynurenic acid 3.35 μg/kg
Alpha ketoglutarate: 21 g/kg
Cytrulline maleate: 25 g/kg

SUMMARY - Our UNIQUE YARROWIA YEAST - must not be confused with Brewer's yeast - which is made from a one-celled fungus called Saccharomyces cerevisiae and is a by-product of brewing beer.

Unlike Brewers Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast) - Yarrowia lipolytica yeast, uses fatty acids and its derivatives as a source of carbon and energy. Yarrowia lipolytica yeast is extremely efficient at delivering nutrients into the horses body.