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Equine Products UK Selenavite E

  • 1 litre Bottle £8.14
  • Liquid » 5 litre Bottle £37.34
  • Powder » 500g Tub £7.40
  • Powder » 1.5kg Tub £19.64
  • Powder » 4kg Tub £50.03
  • Powder » 10kg Tub £99.16

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Description

Selenavite E Powder is a complete and potent top quality horse and pony feed supplement, renowned throughout the equine industry as a market leader in balanced nutrition supplements. Boasting over 22 micronutrients including vitamins, amino acids and trace element, Selenavite E by Equine Products is an all round horse quality booster offering year-long superb nutrition.

The same great formula but in liquid form, Selenavite E Liquid is a complete and potent top quality horse and pony feed supplement, renowned throughout the equine industry as a market leader in balanced nutrition supplements. Boasting over 22 micronutrients including vitamins, amino acids and trace element, Selenavite E by Equine Products is an all round horse quality booster offering year-long superb nutrition.

Benefits

Liquid

  • High performance horse feed supplement
  • Liquid formulation for rapid absorption
  • A balanced horse feed supplement for everyday use
  • Provides essential micronutrients for maximum performance
  • Palatable molasses base

Powder

  • All-round horse feed supplement
  • Contains essential vitamins
  • Also contains supplementary amounts of trace elements and amino acids
  • A balanced horse feed supplement for everyday use

Analysis

Liquid (per litre)

Vitamin A 1,000,000iu
Vitamin D3 200,000iu
Vitamin E 8,800iu
Vitamin K 200mg
Vitamin B1 1,500mg
Vitamin B2 1,200mg
Nicotinic acid 2,000mg
Pantothenic acid 1,000mg
Vitamin B6 800mg
Vitamin B12 4,000mcg
Biotin 20mg
Folic acid 800mg
Manganese sulphate 3,000mg
Iodine 45mg
Zinc sulphate 2,600mg
Iron sulphate 4,000mg
Copper sulphate 1,000mg
Cobalt 20mg
Lysine HCL 14,177mg
Selenium 6mg

Powder (per 50g)

Vitamin A 50,000iu
Vitamin D3 10,000iu
Vitamin E 2000iu
Vitamin K3 10mg
Vitamin B1 75mg
Vitamin B2 60mg
Nicotinic acid 100mg
Pantothenic acid 50mg
Vitamin B6 40mg
Vitamin B12 200mcg
Biotin 2mg
Folic acid 40mg
Choline chloride 600mg
Manganese 150mg
Iodine 10mg
Zinc 200mg
Iron 200mg
Copper 50mg
Cobalt 1mg
Lysine 2,500mg
Methionine 2,500mg
Selenium 1.25mg

Feeding guidelines

The following guidelines show the daily feeding amount.

Liquid

Adult Horses
Working 60ml
Resting 30ml
Ponies
Working 30ml
Resting 15ml

Powder

Adult Horses
Working 50g
Resting 25g
Ponies
Working 25g
Resting 12.5g

Additional Information

FEI/Jockey Club Legal? Yes

How long will it last? (average size

horse at maintenance rate)

Approx 10 days (500g)

Approx 30 days (1.5kg)

Approx 80 days (4kg)

Approx 200 days (10kg)

Average cost per day? (Approx)

74p (500g)

66p (1.5kg)

63p (4kg)

50p (10kg)

Suitable for use during pregnancy? Yes

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PSSM

24th Oct 2015
Alice Street
  • VioVet Customer Since: November 2013
  • From: Essex, United Kingdom

Hi, my Quarter horse has suspected PSSM, is this a suitable supplement?
Thanks

  • Prescription and Medication Manager

Hi Alice,

Selenavite E would be a good supplement to add to your horses diet with PSSM. However I would suggest you tried something with more Vitamin E and Selenium. Something like the Equimins Vitamin E and Selenium product. Both these ingredients together to provide an increased amount of oxygen to the lungs, this in turn then helps the muscles, as a lack of oxygen to the muscles can cause your horse to 'tie up'. It also aids muscle cell resistance and limits muscular tension.

Going back to the Selenavite E, this does have Vitamin E and Selenium but not quite as high in strength, but it does have more vitamins in it which is also important with horses suffering from PSSM.

If you have any more questions in regards to these products or any more information about PSSM just let me know.

Shivers

26th Sep 2015
Gibbs
  • VioVet Customer Since: September 2012
  • From: Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

My 17.2 ISH has a mild Shiver, would you recommend this supplement for his condition? Ideally I want a supplement with a high enough Selenium and Vit E dosage but to also contain the everyday vits and minerals. Horse is currently fed a high fibre diet with added linseed. Thank you

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This should be a suitable supplement to give, it contains a good range of nutrients as well as the Vitamin E and Selenium.

I would also recommend that you have a vet check your horse to check if anything else might be causing the symptoms you have noticed. The underlying problem might get worse, so it is best to make sure.

Selenavite e and ulcers

22nd Jul 2015
Caroline

Hi my boy has been diagnosed with pyloric ulcers after the odd out of spasmodic colic. He is on dengue alpha a molasses free and was wondering if this supplement is ok to give him?

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

This product is a good, all round vitamin and mineral supplement and should be suitable for your horse. You might also consider products designed to help with gastric ulceration, such as Naff GastriAid. If in doubt, talk to your vet about this.

Weight Gain

20th Jun 2014
Trudy Hall
  • VioVet Customer Since: May 2014
  • From: Cornwall, United Kingdom

Hi,
My Mare is very overweight and prone to tying up, I am looking for the benefits of selenium but don't want her gaining any weight, Is the liquid suitable?
Regards

John Cousins
  • Veterinary Surgeon

The energy content of this supplement is not high so weight gain is unlikely to be an issue, especially if you can use the powdered from. I think this should be a good supplement to give your horse