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Kentucky Performance Elevate Maintenance Powder

Kentucky Performance Products, LLC
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Description

Kentucky Performance Elevate Maintenance Powder is an essential natural vitamin E horse supplement. It helps promote muscle, nerve and immunity functions, especially for horses grazing in winter pastures or horses with limited access to fresh pastures.

Key Benefits

  • Natural choice: Formula provides a highly absorbable, readily available, easily digestible source of natural vitamin E.
  • Promotes health: Essential antioxidant nutrient needed to promote healthy muscles and nerve function.
  • Supports immunity: Vitamin E horse supplement supports a strong immune system in horses of all ages.
  • Essential horse feed supplement: A great choice for horses grazing on winter pastures or with limited access to fresh pastures.
  • Optimized performance: Ideal for growing horses and those under stress from training and competition.

Feeding Instructions

Recommended Dosages: Each 2lb container contains roughly 130 scoops. 1 scoop contains 1,000 IU of vitamin E. Mix in Feed.
Maintenance: 1-2 scoops per day (1,000-2,000 IU vitamin E per day)
Intense training: 3-5 scoops per day (3,000-5,000 IU vitamin E per day)
Pregnant/lactating mares: 3 scoops per day (3,000 IU vitamin E per day)
Foals: 3 scoops per day (3,000 IU vitamin E per day)
Stallions: 3 scoops per day (3,000 IU vitamin E per day)
Store Elevate Maintenance Powder in a cool, dry place. Reseal lid during storage. Shelf life is 24 months from the date of manufacture when stored under suitable conditions.

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Ingredients

One scoop (7 grams) contains 1000 IU of Natural Vitamin E (e-alpha-tocopheryl acetate)
Vitamin E is the most powerful antioxidant in the equine diet. But not all forms of the vitamin are created equally. Most supplements contain synthetic vitamin E (dl-alpha-tocopherol acetate), which is petroleum-based and not as potent as natural plant-based vitamin E (d-alpha-tocopherol acetate). Compared with synthetic vitamin E, the body can more efficiently transport and deliver natural vitamin E to targeted tissues. Current research in several species, including horses, shows that natural vitamin E is two to three times more potent than synthetic.

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