If you are concerned about your hay being mouldy or are experiencing a fungus outbreak in your pasture, consider adding a toxin binder to the horses feed.
Certain plants are renowned for causing photosynthesisation. Signs of photosynthesistation include a sunburn look and or blistering on pink skin on faces and pasterns (generic term, greasy heel or mud fever).
When an animal consumes a plant or chemical containing these pigments (e.g., polyphenolic), the pigments circulate to the skin where they are exposed to UV light, fluoresce and cause oxidative injury to the cells of the skin. Liver damage in a horse might not be noticed until the animal develops photosensitisation.
Mycosorb A+ is a toxin binder based on a specific strain of yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, rich in glucans that have been shown to bind a broad range of mycotoxins including aflatoxins. This toxin binder does not bind minerals, unlike clay-based toxin binders.
Feeding rate (per day) according to the manufacturer.
Mix with feed. Ideally divide amount between meals if feeding more than once per day.
Foals, Weanlings - 5grams per day
The standard for 500 kg horse – 10 g per day
Safe for laminitic prone or insulin-resistant (IR)/elevated insulin horses.
Mycosorb A+ can be fed with any of the mineral mixes, Equine Amino, Mov-Ease, Hydrate Support and Diamond V XPC.
Mycosorb A+ is a nutritional supplement product for inclusion in horse’s feed. Animal consumption only.