Introduction: EquiNectar, crafted with a handful of natural ingredients, stands as a testament to nature’s benevolence towards equine health. Its uncomplicated formula, consisting of enzyme-rich malt extract, medium-chain triglycerides, and a minimal quantity of potassium sorbate as a preservative, requires care to preserve its innate goodness. Here’s a concise guide to help you maximise the […]
EquiNectar Feeding Guide Introducing EquiNectar to your horse EquiNectar is very palatable and horses love the taste once they’ve got used to it. We recommend a gradual introduction of EquiNectar. The following guide might be useful: Add EquiNectar to feed, twice per day. (If you only feed once per day, contact us and we can
Learn how EquiNectar is made and take a look at our manufacturing process.
INGREDIENTS Enzyme rich malt extractMedium chain triglycerides (from coconut oil)Potassium sorbate NATURALLY OCCURRING ENZYMES WITHIN EQUINECTAR CARBOHYDRASES(convert starches to sugar)α-Amylase converts starch and amylopectin to sugarsβ-amylase converts starch to sugars eg maltose DEBRANCHING ENZYMES(act further to produce simple sugars eg: glucose)α-glucosidasetransglucosylaseiso-sucrasemaltase FRUCTANASES(convert fructans (storage form of sugar) in grass into glucose and fructose) PROTEASESConvert proteins