A palatable liquid formula that contains 500 mg/oz. of pure thiamine (B1) along with calcium, magnesium, potassium, and chloride. Calcium and magnesium interact with the thiamine to enhance the effectiveness of the B vitamin. Chloride was added to provide an acid/base balance, and potassium helps protect against muscle weakness, nervousness and irritability. Use Thia-Cal for horses subject to stress or for horses with nervous dispositions.
Feeding Recommendations: For a 1000 lb horse, top-dress two ounces on feed daily for 8 days. Give one ounce daily thereafter.
Cautions: For use in horses only. Do not exceed recommended serving size. Keep out of reach of children. Shake well before using.
Water, salt, potassium chloride, calcium lactate, natural and artificial flavors, saccharin sodium, thiamine mononitrate, magnesium sulfate, sodium benzoate, xanthan gum.
|Ingredient Per||1 oz. Serving||Per Lb||% (w/w)|
|Calcium, min||100 mg||2100 mg||0.35%|
|Calcium, max||160 mg||2300 mg||0.45%|
|Salt, min||2800 mg||47,000 mg||8.5%|
|Salt, max||3200 mg||49,000 mg||9.5%|
|Sodium, min||1000 mg||15,000 mg||3.0%|
|Sodium, max||1400 mg||17,000 mg||4.0%|
|Potassium, min||1500 mg||13,000 mg||4.5%|
|Magnesium, min||100 mg||1300 mg||0.28%|
|Vitamin B1 (thiamine), min||490 mg||6,600 mg||1.3%|
I moved and had to switch trainors. My gelding had a difficult time with the move, and was really nervous, was having trouble jumping, responding to me, etc. After a month on this stuff, he's doing so much better. I took him off for a few days to see if it was just because he was getting more used to things, but he got the nerves again. This really makes a difference, and he likes the taste, seems to be eating a little better than before too.