Ranvet Folactin Blue Racing Formula
Premium grade mineral supplement formulated for stabled horses in work, receiving high grain diets.
- Specifically formulated for stabled horses.
- Supplies all essential minerals critical for sound bone growth and development.
- Provides all essential co-factors for bone development.
- Safe for pregnant mares, lactating mares, stallions and foals.
- Promotes optimal absorption, utilisation and retention of calcium and phosphorus.
- Optimally balanced for stabled horses in work on high grain/energy diets.
- Rectifies calcium and phosphorus deficiencies and incorrect ratios common in high grain diets.
- Ensures sound bone, tendon and ligament development and integrity.
- Allows proper utilization and deposition of calcium and phosphorus in bone and for red blood cell production.
- Easily mixed into the ration.
- Safely supplements and effectively balances vitamin and trace element deficiencies in stabled and pastured horses.
Directions For Use
Mix Ranvet Folactin Blue thoroughly through the feed. A measure is provided. One level measure holds 30g Folactin Blue.
Ideally, brood mares and young horses should be supplemented with Folactin Red/Folactin Red Plus to ensure optimal mineral supplementation during gestation and early growth stages. Once work/training commences, Folactin Blue is advised.
Horses on high grain diets 30-90g daily; Horses in work 30-60g daily; Spelling horses 30g daily.
A world leader in equine nutrition, Ranvet was founded over half a century ago by the late Dr Percy Sykes, AM, MRCVS, MACVSc, a highly respected veterinary surgeon who worked for many years with legendary trainers such as Tommy Smith and Bart Cummings.
Ranvet was founded in response to the observations Dr Sykes made about horses being trained in an unnatural environment, fed very high carbohydrate diets and subjected to extended periods of physical and mental stress. Ranvet now produce an extensive range of supplements and medications for horses internationally that are based on continual research and development.