TRM Chelated Copper Gel is an effective and convenient way to supplement a horses diet with copper.
There are a number of reasons why a horse's copper intake is inhibited and this can lead to blood and blood vessel issues and bone diseases, nerve cell damage, hair and coat dullness and enzyme changes.
Pack of 5 showing in picture - this is for just one syringe.
Feed if your horses has a copper deficiency!
Adult horses: Feed one 35g every 7-14 days or as directed by your vet.
Foals and yearlings: Feed 1/2 35g syringe every 7-14 days or as directed.
|Additives per 35g:|
|E4 Copper (as Cupric chelate of glycine, hydrate)||400mg|
|E 415 Xanthan gum||263mg|
|Crude Protein 1.7%, Crude Oil <0.5%, Crude Fibre <0.1%, Crude Ash 2.1%, Moisture 38.5%, Sodium 0.0352%|
What is the difference between Chelated Copper and Inorganic Copper?
Chelated copper is an organic compound with metallic content that is surrounded by and bonded to organic matter. Copper must be neutral and stable form to be absorbed.
Inorganic copper has been taken from the earth by mining - examples are copper sulphates and copper carbonates. They aren't expensive but they are no good as they cant be absorbed into the body.
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