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NAF Fertility For Stallions

NAF Fertility For Stallions

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NAF Fertility For Stallions is a specially formulated supplement designed to support the reproductive health of stallions. It contains a blend of carefully selected ingredients to promote healthy sperm production, motility, and quality. This supplement is ideal for stallions who have exhibited fertility issues or those undergoing breeding programs.

Ingredients:
Soya flour (heat treated), Lucerne (dried), Calcium carbonate, Ginseng (Siberian), Epimedium, Brewers’ yeast, Fructo-oligosaccharides, Chia seeds, Spirulina, Linseed oil, Sodium chloride.
Additives (per kg)
L-Carnitine (3a910) 17,500 mg
Vitamin A (3a672a) 83,300 I.U.
Vitamin D3 (3a671) 25,000 I.U.
Vitamin E (Natural, 3a700) 6,800 I.U.
Amino acids
l-Lysine (monohydrochloride, technically pure. 3c322) 19,700 mg
L-Arginine (produced by Corynebacterium glutamicum KCTC10423BP, 3c361) 19,700 mg
Trace Elements
Selenium (Selenised yeast, S. cerevisiae CNCM 1-3060 inactivated, 3b810) 18 mg
Zinc (Zinc oxide, 3b603) 3,600 mg
Flavours
Mentha arvensis oil 2,000 mg
Binder
Bentonite (1m558i) 220,000 mg
Zootechnical
Digestibility enhancer
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (CNCM 1-4407 4b1702) 2.0 x 1011 cfu
Nutritional Analysis:

Crude Protein 21.8%; Crude Fibre 9.8%; Crude Oils & Fats 8.5%; Crude Ash 32.7%; Sodium 0.3%; Acid Insoluble Ash 16.4%; Omega 3 1.0%

Directions For Use:

Feed prior to the stud season and throughout to maintain and develop fertility in hard working stallions, especially when fertility limiting behaviour is seen or when previous seasons have resulted in poor performance.

*Ideally start 8 weeks before to optimise semen quality, and 4-6 weeks before for stallion behaviour and condition.

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