Our Range of Australian Made Horse Supplements, Vitamins & Feeds
CEN Gold Horse Joint Supplement$64.95 inc. GST
CEN XtraBalance Digestive Supplement$69.95 inc. GST
CEN Ulcer Protect Horse Supplement$99.95 inc. GST
CEN Horse Electrolytes Supplement$44.95 inc. GST
CEN Oil – First Cold Pressed Flaxseed Oil For Horses$66.95 inc. GST
CF50 Grain-Free Multivitamin & Mineral Pellet$79.95 inc. GST
CEN Vitamin C Powder For Horses$24.95 inc. GST
CEN Beta Alanine Lactic Acid Buffer$299.95 inc. GST
CEN NO3 Boost Horse Supplement$65.95 inc. GST
Grain-Free Complete Horse Feed
Lupin Pellet Plus – High Fibre Horse Feed
CEN Gamma Formula$199.95 inc. GST
Oral Doser 50mL$32.95 inc. GST
CEN Saddle Pad$134.95 inc. GST
CEN’s Australian made range of Horse Supplements are developed by Science & Nature to balance a foundation of roughage and pasture. Through appropriate supplementation, we can assist the horse in receiving the correct nutrition at the correct ratios.
By having a balanced diet, many common horse health care concerns such as: digestive issues, joint, skin and coat health, weight concerns and recovery can be managed and improved with our human-grade products.
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Omega 3 Oil Supplement for Horses (Oil)
Omega 3 fatty acids are essential nutrients for horses, and they can offer a wide range of health benefits. These fatty acids are important for maintaining a healthy coat and skin, and they can also help to reduce inflammation throughout the body. Omega 3s can also improve joint health, and they have been shown to reduce the symptoms of arthritis. CEN Oil is a high omega 3 oil in the form of stabilised Linseed oil for horses.
Vitamin & Mineral Concentrate
When it comes to keeping your horse healthy, you need to make sure they’re getting the right balance of vitamins and minerals. One way to do this is by feeding them a vitamin and mineral concentrate supplement. This will help to balance out the nutrients in their diet without adding any additional calories.
When it comes to the best horse joint supplements, rosehip and turmeric both have been shown to be effective in treating joint issues and arthritis in horses. Rosehip is high in vitamins A and C, as well as essential fatty acids, which help to reduce inflammation. Turmeric contains a compound called curcumin, which is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties. When used together, these two may help to relieve the pain and stiffness associated with arthritis. In addition, they can assist to improve joint function and mobility.
CEN XtraBalance may help to improve gut and digestive health in horses, as well as to create a healthier environment in the gut. The best way to prevent colic in horses by improving gut and digestive health. Probiotics supplements for horses help to restore normal gut flora and improve digestion. Prebiotics help to promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut. Together, these ingredients work synergistically to create a healthy gut environment and improve digestive function.
Natural Marine Sourced Calcium may assist with buffering the stomach pH. The inclusion of two toxin binders also helps bind and remove mycotoxins.
Natural Ulcer Supplements
CEN Ulcer Protect is a natural supplement that helps to prevent ulcers in horses. The main ingredient in CEN Ulcer Protect is slippery elm bark, which is rich in mucilage. Mucilage is a viscous substance that coats and soothes the lining of the stomach. This helps to protect the stomach from the acidic digestive juices that may cause ulcers without inhibiting the natural acid pump action.
Sugar & Filler Free Electrolytes
Electrolytes are minerals that play an important role in a horse’s body. When horses sweat, they lose electrolytes along with water. If they don’t replace these electrolytes, they can become dehydrated. Dehydration can lead to a number of problems, including colic, muscle cramps, and fatigue. That’s why it’s important to offer your horse electrolytes after strenuous exercise or in hot weather.
Vitamin C Supplements (Sodium ascorbate)
Vitamin C is an important nutrient for horses, and it plays a role in many key bodily functions. Vitamin C helps to strengthen the immune system, keeping horses healthy and free from disease. It also aids in the production of collagen, which is essential for healthy skin, bones, and joints. Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant, helping to protect cells from damage caused by free radicals. As a result, vitamin C is an important nutrient for horses of all ages.
Sodium ascorbate is a more bioavailable form of Vitamin C, meaning that the body more easily absorbs it.
Nitric oxide has a number of important functions. It is a potent vasodilator, meaning that it helps to widen the blood vessels and improve blood flow. This can be particularly beneficial during exercise, as it helps to deliver oxygen and nutrients to working muscles more efficiently. Nitric oxide also has anti-inflammatory effects and can help to reduce swelling and pain associated with injuries. In addition, it plays a role in regulating the horse’s metabolism and can help to promote healthy weight gain. As a result, nitric oxide can have a number of positive benefits for horses of all ages and levels of activity.
Gamma Oryzanol – Appetite Booster
Horses are athletes that need the proper nutrition to perform at their best. Gamma oryzanol is a natural substance that has many benefits for horses. It has been shown to be an appetite booster and performance enhancer, making it an ideal supplement for performance horses. Gamma oryzanol can also help to reduce stress and anxiety, both of which can impact a horse’s performance.
Not all horses will require additional supplements if they are on a high fibre, balanced diet. However, supplements may help manage pre-existing conditions as well as prevent injury or illness.
The best joint supplement contains turmeric due to its beneficial compound curcumin. Curcumin has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, both of which can be beneficial for horses with joint problems.
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best ulcer supplement for horses may vary depending on the individual horse’s needs. However, slippery elm bark is often recommended as a supplement for horses with ulcers, as it coats the stomach and helps to prevent future ulcer formation.
There are a few key things that can be done to improve horses hoof health. First, make sure that the horse is getting a balanced diet that is high in zinc, copper, calcium, selenium, vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids. Second, keep the hooves trimmed and filed regularly. Third, use hoof supplements if necessary.
In short, yes. Each product is formulated and the feed rate is calculated to ensure that the horse is receiving the correct levels of active and required ingredients. Feeding less than the recommended rate may lead to not meeting your horse’s requirements.
A complete feed is a formulated horse feed that balances and meets the energy, protein, vitamin and mineral requirements for your horse. A complete feed should still be fed in conjunction with roughage and salt.
Written by Bryan Meggitt (BMedSc. PGCrtMedSc.)
Senior Scientist and Co-founder of CEN Horse Nutrition