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Cider Apple Vinegar

Supports all-round good health and vitality in horses

Independent Feedback based on 5 verified reviews. 5 / 5
Sue - 01/03/2021 06:21
The cider vinegar is always of the best quality Jasper loves it on his food
Trusted Feefo Customer - 07/02/2021 20:10
This cider vinegar seems of a good quality and the horses seem to like it
Sue - 08/11/2020 21:06
I feed this to my itching horse and l believe it helps him and he enjoys the taste
Alice - 02/05/2020 08:29
A high quality supplement perfect to help keep the flies away from my sweetitch gelding
- 16/05/2019 08:54
Good quality product, helps my older horses

Nutrition Information

This superior quality natural Cider apple vinegar is made from pressed cider apples grown locally in Suffolk, where the whole apple is used to make the vinegar. Historically, Cider apple vinegar has been used to support joint, artery and overall health.  It is important to obtain Cider apple vinegar that has been pressed from the whole apple so all the nutrients from the apple remain. Apples are rich in Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Iron and Calcium to name but a few. It can also be used topically to soothe skin conditions.

Composition

Cider apple vinegar

Analytical

Crude protein 0.1%, Crude oils & fats <0.1%, Crude fibre <0.1%, Crude ash <0.1%

Feeding Guide

 
Weight of Horse/Pony Amount per day                             
Up to 400kg 25ml
Over 400kg 50ml

 
Cider apple vinegar can also be used externally, directly on insect bites, or diluted in water, as a skin rinse for those horses prone to skin irritation. Dilute 2 tablespoons in 1L of water to use as a mane, tail or body rinse.

An increase in humidity or wet weather may cause moisture to be trapped close to the skin and may cause normal skin bacteria to proliferate.  A daily Cider apple vinegar rinse after riding may help to discourage bacterial growth during humid or wet weather conditions.  Or, use the rinse on areas of your horse's skin prone to being moist, such as the skin on lower legs of feathered horses.  The Cider apple vinegar rinse may help to change the skin pH enough to discourage excessive bacterial growth of the normal skin's flora.   

Feed supplements should be fed according to body weight.  Introduce to the horse's diet gradually, splitting between feeds (when applicable).

Cider apple vinegar is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals.  Feedmark uses nothing in the formulation of this product that contravenes competition rules.