Sea Kelp Naturally Sea Kelp for Horses (pellets)
Sea kelp for horses contains 46 minerals, 16 amino acids and 11 vitamins. Kelp is: anti-inflammatory, demulcent, emollient, protective against radiation, anti-cancer, anti-tumor, antibiotic, immuno-stimulant, anti-viral and soothing to intestinal mucosa.
In the Orkney Islands, off the mainland of Scotland, it was noticed that sheep grazing on seaweed were generally in better overall condition and had more resistance to illness, especially coughs and respiratory problems such as COPD and SPAOD. This led to the development of specialized feed additives based on sea kelp for horses.
Sea Kelp Naturally Sea Kelp for Horses contains Iodine
Iodine is a key trace element in nutrition.
It enters into the life of every cell in the body and its more decisive action is its effect upon the thyroid gland, which, through its secretion of thyroxine, controls the rate of metabolism.
Studies indicate that kelp/seaweed contains more vitamins and minerals than any other foodstuff! The trace-mineral content (potassium, calcium, magnesium and iron) is among the highest of any known single source, but it’s the iodine content in kelp that makes it especially good for the mental and physical health of your pets. Kelp was traditionally used as a remedy for thyroid gland diseases, caused by iodine deficiency.
READ: The Importance of Kelp for Horses
Sea Kelp Naturally sea kelp for Horses is a natural source of vitamins and minerals to help promote a strong immune system and healthy coat.
The benefits of Sea kelp for horses are:
- Helps prevent cracked hooves.
- Skin Texture and elasticity are improved along with coat gloss.
- Stable vices and nervous habits are often minimized.
- Boosts the immune system creating higher resistance to infections and faster healing time from injuries.
- Increased fertility in brood mares and stallions.
- Promotes regular heat cycles.
- Helps to detoxify the body after exposure to moldy feeds.
- Stimulates appetite and improves digestive capacity
Our natural horse supplements are proudly made in the USA and contain no fillers, artificial, GMO, or other unnecessary ingredients.
- Hand Blended
- Made Fresh the Day it Ships
- Pelletized for Horses
- No Fillers
Recommended Amount: 1-2 scoops per day, based on 1000 lb. horse (scoop provided)
Available: 60, 120 and 240 Servings (approx.)
1-Scoop = 1-Serving
Active Ingredients: 100% Pure North Atlantic Kelp (pelleted)
Frequently Asked Questions-Kelp for Horses
Is Kelp good for horses?
Kelp is great for horses because the trace-mineral content is among the highest of any known single source. Kelp also has amino acids but it’s the iodine content in kelp that makes it especially good for your horse. Kelp enhances immune function, improves skin/coat, and is especially great for hoof conditions.
How do I feed Kelp to my horse?
Sea Kelp Naturally is our unique pelleted kelp for horses made with 100% pure North Atlantic kelp and Flax Seed. Pellets are easier to feed and more palatable to you horse.
How much Kelp should I feed my horse?
We recommend 1-2 scoops per day, based on 1000 lb. horse (scoop provided)
*Disclaimer: We make no medical or veterinarian claims to any of the products offered on this site. The information presented on the Alternative Animal web site is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and should not in any way be used as a substitute for the advice of your physician, veterinarian, or other licensed health care provider.
We have just recently started feeding this to a few of our animals, we will give it some time to see results so I scored it a 3
So pleased with this product.
My horses really like this supplement.
My 16 yr old horse showed symptoms of a cresty neck and mane loss. A blood test revealed moderate hypothyroidism. I have used kelp to balance mine and hope it does the same for him. All I can tell you so far, after giving him a double dose of two scoops a day for three weeks now, is that he is calmer and more emotionally balanced and that he appears to really like the taste mixed with just a handful of grain. He will get another blood test in a few months time to check efficacy of the kelp to raise thyroid hormone levels
Another great product 🙂