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A horse’s body starts to change at approximately 18 years of age. The digestive system becomes less efficient and nutrients are not as easily digested or absorbed. At first this may not be noticeable, as many horses can continue to work effectively while they age. However, the nutritional needs of your horse do start to change. For example, the older horse usually requires more protein to maintain a good topline and muscle tone, and will also be less able to process sugars and starch. This process will be already in motion before you start noticing changes on the outside. It is therefore advisable to begin feeding a concentrate suitable for senior horses before outwards signs of aging become apparent.
You can’t prevent your horse getting older, but you can determine how he is going to age!
Pavo 18Plus will allow you to take care of your ageing horse’s increasing demands as he ages without burdening the system unnecessarily. Pavo 18Plus can be fed dry or soaked as a mash for senior horses with chewing and dental problems. This dust-free muesli will help your senior to stay fit, full of vitality and energy. The combination of Pavo 18Plus and Pavo SpeediBeet provides the perfect complete, fully balanced feed for your horse’s daily needs.
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