Helps prevents the absorption of mycotoxins from forage and feed
Supports a heathy digestive environment
1.55kg tub provides a 1 month supply for a 500kg horse
Myco-toxins are toxins produced by fungi and moulds.
These fungi and moulds can often be found in hay, haylages, fruits, nuts, herbs, cereals and hard feeds. They cannot be seen by eye, do not smell, do not always cause any visual change to the feed or forage and horses usually cannot taste them so they are ingested.
Often they result from imperfect harvesting conditions or poor storage.
Ingestion of mycotoxins can result in lack of energy or spark, poor coat condition, weight loss and sometimes digestive upsets. Commonly, when seen by a vet for these issues, a blood sample will be taken, where raised liver enzymes are seen.
Feeding MycoBind on a daily basis will help reduce the damage caused by mycotoxins, alongside promoting a healthy digestive tract, and improving natural defences.
Ingredients and Feeding Guide
Instructions for use and feeding guide
Level 25ml (17g) scoops per day
Pony - approximately 250kg2
Horse - approximately 500kg3
Large Horse - over 750kg4
Introduce to feed slowly. Mix thoroughly with feed and split between meals where possible.
Do not exceed the recommended intake.
One of our core values is transparency. That's why we list all the active ingredients per daily feeding rate so you know exactly what your horse is getting.
Per daily feeding rate for a 500kg horse (3 x 25ml) 51g provides: 20g Mycosorb A+ mycotoxin binder, 10g prebiotic from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, 10g MOS & Beta Glucans,
Mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS) & Beta-glucans (from the cell walls of Saccharomyces cerevisiae), products derived from Saccharomyces cerevisiae, ground cooked linseed, spearmint.
Analytical Constituents: Crude Ash 9%; Crude protein 29%; Crude fibre 38%; Crude oils & fats 8%; Moisture 6%; Sodium <1%; Calcium <1%; Phosphorus 1.3%.
Additives (per kg):
Zootechnical additives: Gut flora stabilisers: Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC Sc47 (4b1702) 2.0 x 10^12 CFU.