KER Introduces Micro-Max Ration Fortification Supplement

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Most modern horse feeds are formulated to provide all the nutrients your horse requires when fed in the amount indicated on the product’s feeding directions. But how many horse owners feed a scoop, or a cup, or a handful, rather than the actual weight indicated on the feed tag?

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To ensure horses on reduced rations still receive the vitamins and minerals they need to feel and perform their best, Kentucky Equine Research (KER) has introduced Micro-Max, a ration fortification supplement. Micro-Max provides all the vitamins and minerals a horse requires when fed alone or in combination with a small amount of concentrate.

Micro-Max is the newest addition to the KERx line of special-needs supplements developed by KER. The range of products addresses commonplace conditions like obesity and gastrointestinal health as well as complex problems like tying-up and bone demineralization. Backed by science and preferred by veterinarians, KERx products are designed with one goal in mind: to optimize the health of your horse.

Learn more about Micro-Max. If you aren’t sure if your horse’s diet requires additional fortification, KER nutrition advisors can provide a free analysis of his current ration. Just answer a few simple questions about your horse’s diet and an advisor will make a custom recommendation.

Kentucky Equine Research (KER) is an international equine nutrition, research and consultation company serving both the horse producer and the feed industry. Its goal is to advance the industry's knowledge of equine nutrition and exercise physiology and apply this knowledge to produce healthier, more athletic horses. For more information, see www.ker.com or call 888-873-1988. Subscribe to our award-winning newsletter (http://www.equinews.com/newsletters), or follow KER on Facebook (www.facebook.com/KentuckyEquineResearch) and Twitter (twitter.com/kyequine) for the latest on equine nutrition and exercise physiology research.