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14 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Product focus: Laminator

With spring upon us, we wanted to tell you a little bit more about a product that sells particularly well at this time of year…and that’s Laminator.


Laminator Powder

Laminator Powder

Laminator can be found in our Hoof category and has been designed to help nutritionally support the laminae and hoof integrity. It combines some 40 carefully selected ingredients to help, and we wanted to give you a bit of extra information about a few of them.

Laminator helps to support the horse’s body in many different ways, including the way it helps to increase the flow of blood to the laminar corum by making the capillaries more elastic. It does this through combining high levels of the bio flavanoid hesperidin with ascorbic acid and the herb feverfew. Feverfew was added to Laminator in 2012, to help further support the work of the hesperidin and ascorbic acid that the product contains, and our customers have been pleased with the results.

Another key area that Laminator focuses on is the hooves. To support this area, Laminator includes 75mg per 50g daily dose of biotin along with high levels of a unique source of zinc which is bound to an amino acid to make it more bioavailable to the horse. The addition of zinc helps to promote strong new keratin growth and, when this is combined with the biotin, it produces strong new hoof growth.

In addition, Laminator includes Saccharomyces cerivisae to help support the digestion of fibre in the hindgut, and also uses prebiotics to further support the horse’s system.

This is just a snapshot of some of the ingredients contained within this amazing supplement. If you’d like to find out more about Laminator or feeding horses who are prone to laminitis, please get in touch.

If you think your horse has laminitis, we advise you contact your vet as soon as possible.

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