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Harpagyl is a complementary feed formulated by AUDEVARD Laboratories. It is designed to provide nutritional support to meet the increased musculoskeletal needs of active and older horses.

Brand

Harpagyl

Manufacturer

Audevard

Species

Horse or Pony

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£23.25
Reference : 13036
Delivery Between 2 and 3 days
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All horses, regardless of their activity, experience strain affecting their musculoskeletal system. Repeated strain may lead to discomfort or stiffness, and creates specific nutritional requirements. The unique Harpagyl formula offers maximum concentration (50% harpagophytum) and guaranteed harpagoside content. It is also reinforced with omega-3.

 

Audevard Advice:
Harpagyl can be used over short or longer periods. If your horse participates in competitions, Ekyflex Nodolox should be used instead, as it does not contain harpagophytum. Ekyflex Arthro should be alternated with Harpagyl to improve joint health in the long term.

Suitable for use over short or longer periods

Not suitable for competing horses

Highest quality ingredients used

450g - Sufficient for up to 30 days use in adult horses

Raw materials:Harpagophytum (Harpagophytum procumbens), sugar beet molasses, lithothamnion, alfalfa (Medicago sativa), inactivated brewer's yeast, linseed, linseed oil

Analytical constituents:Humidity <10%, crude protein 5%, crude fats 1%, crude fibres 12%, crude ash 18%, calcium 6%, sodium 0.01%

Average daily intake (1.5 measures):

Harpagophytum (Harpagophytum procumbens): 11.5 g
Lithothamnion: 4.6 g
Powdered alfalfa: 2,300 g
Inactivate brewer's yeast: 0.2 g
Linseed: 0.2 g
Linseed oil: 0.02 g

Nutritional supports formulated to meet the increased musculoskeletal needs of active or older horses.


Daily allowance:1 measure: 15 g.


Please Note:For the purposes of anti-doping tests, it is advisable to withdraw crude harpagophytum-based products 48 hours prior to a competition.