BATTLE Equestrian Drench
- Non-freezing liquid form.
- Packaged in 1gallon container.
- Comes with its own doser.
- Very palatable.
- Very soluble.
- Promotes hoof growth.
- Improves conditioning.
- Helps reduce stress.
- Improves hair coat.
- Improved weight gain for horses that need it.
- Improves stamina.
- Helps recovery from injuries quicker.
- Meets all daily recommended nutrients.
- Great for colicky horses.
Why is ethyl alcohol used?
Ethyl Alcohol is the fastest and purest source of hydrogen energy known to man. What we wanted to supply was a very high source of hydrogen to the microbes in the rumen of the animal to make amino acids at a faster rate. The animal will utilize the hydrogen atoms found in the Ethyl Alcohol.
Energy is provided in the form of Ethyl Alcohol derived from grain. Ethyl Alcohol works 30 times faster than carbohydrate sources of energy. Ethyl alcohol also shortens the time ruminant microorganisms require to adjust to a new environment - from the normal 6 -10 hours to approximately 1 1/2 hours.
We have recognized that it is a superior quality of hydrogen and does not contain the impurities such as other energy sources collected as byproducts of the chemical industry such as Propylene Glycol.
Equestrian BATTLE Nutritional Benefits
- Vitamin A: Aids in development and regeneration of the skin and mucosa: increases the resistance to infections and the production of immunoglobulins; aids in the growth of the body and skeleton; regulation of the metabolism of carbohydrates, protein and fat.
- Vitamin D: Regulation of calcium and phosphorous metabolism.
- Vitamin E: This antioxidant aids in the regulation of muscle metabolism; stimulates immunoglobulin formation for better disease resistance; regulates the development and function of the gonads.
- Vitamin B1i: Thiamine, important for the normal function of neural tissue and of the myocardium; it has a protective effect on the gastrointestinal tract; aids in the maintenance of normal conditions for peristalsis, fat absorption and enzyme activity.
- Vitamin B2: Riboflavin is involved as a coenzyme in the metabolism of protein, fat and nucleic acids.
- Vitamin B3: Niacin controls key functions in metabolism; it is an indispensable vitamin for normal function of the skin and digestive organs.
- Vitamin B4: Choline is required for the synthesis of phospholipids (Lecithin) and is required for the transport and metabolism of fats (depletion of fat in the liver).
- Vitamin B5: Pantothenic Acid regulates the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and fats. It is indispensable for normal functioning of the skin and mucosa, for pigmentation of the hair and for the resistance to infections.
- Vitamin B6: Pyridoxine, essential for normal skin function, aids in immune system responses, along with red blood cell formation.
- Vitamin B12: Cyanocobalamin, is indispensable for protein metabolism and for the formation of individual amino acids.
- Folic Acid: Particularly important in many metabolic conversions involving single-carbon compounds, especially in the metabolism of the proteins and nucleic acids.
- Biotin: Plays an important role in the synthesis of fatty acids, in gluconeogenesis and indirectly, also in protein synthesis.
- Copper Amino Acid Chelate, an extremely absorbable source of copper. This trace mineral is extremely important for proper immune system functions, and plays an important role in reproductive functions.
- Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, an extremely absorbable source of Manganese that plays a key role in energy production, reproduction and stimulating the hormone system.
- Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, also an extremely absorbable source of zinc that aids in energy production, vitamin production, blood production, reproduction, optimizing immune system function, and stimulating hormone system functions.