Vitamin E is an essential nutrient for horses, meaning they can not manufacture it on their own and it needs to be supplied in their diet. Quality pasture provides Vitamin E, but when pasture is limited or not available it needs to be supplemented. Vitamin E helps your horse fight the many effects of free radical production that can damage membranes and components of cells.
Lysine, Methionine, Threonine, Zinc, Copper, Biotin
Vibrant Coat (resists sun bleaching)
Copper, Zinc, Lysine, Methionine, Threonine
Lysine, Methionine, Threonine
Yea-Sacc Extra, Bio-Mos 2, Anise
Increase Immune / Reduce Stress
Magnesium, Selenium, Lysine, Methionine, Threonine
Low Sugar and Starch
Safe for horses with metabolic concerns such as Insulin Resistance, Equine Metabolic Syndrome, and PPID (Cushings Disease)
Natural vs Synthetic Vitamin E
There are two forms of Vitamin E, synthetic and natural. The natural form is what your horse receives from fresh pasture. Natural Vitamin E is twice as bioavailable as synthetic. Natural Vitamin E can go through a process called "micellization" which converts it from a fat-soluble vitamin to a water-soluble vitamin. This allows for more efficient absorption into the bloodstream from the digestive tract, making it six times as bioavailable.
Kane, E., 2004. Vitamin E is essential equine nutrient. DVM Magazine, May 2004. p. 10E-15E.