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Fenugreek

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Fenugreek seeds are known to be useful as an aid to muscle function and can be used to help fussy eaters gain better appetite. Fenugreek can help horses to gain weight and condition. These versatile seeds can also calm and soothe the stomach.

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  • Naturally Supports Muscle Function
  • Aids Feed Palatability
  • Encourages Condition & Supports Digestion

Whole fenugreek seeds

Feed 1 x 25ml level scoops once or twice daily for an average 500kg horse. Reduce to half this amount for maintenance levels. Fenugreek can be fed throughout the year.

Rebecca Cowderoy
"As a result of a virus Lisci has dropped a lot of weight and muscle tone which in turn has made her quite weak, but her strength is coming back slowly. While she’s been under the weather I’ve been feeding her Restore and Fenugreek along side her usual supplements of Flax Oil, Turmeric, Hocks and Airways Plus. These products have certainly helped her in her recovery and she’s now back to herself."