Saccharomyces Cerevisiae increases nutrient digestibility by enhancing the activity of fibre-digesting bacteria in the hindgut, resulting in increased fibre digestion of forage and more efficient use of the vitamins and minerals from the diet.
Prebiotics act as a food substrate for beneficial microbial populations in the hindgut.
B vitamins are key nutrients involved in metabolism and energy release. When horses suffer gut disturbances their low hindgut bacterial population may affect the ability of the horse to synthesize B vitamins.
Instructions for Proper Use:
SynBioVit should be added to the normal feed ration. All Horses: Feed 20g per day. SynBioVit can be used as a nutritional adjunct;
- During times of stress: travelling, competing, illness
- After antibiotic treatment, when hindgut bacterial populations have been diminished
- Poor gut health: horses with diarrhoea, or parasitic infection
- Young horses with incomplete bacterial populations
For Maintenance of a health digestive and gut function feed 10g per day.