Organic seaweed meal for horses.
3 kg of 100% Seaweed (Fucus vesiculosus) packaged in a closed lid bucket.
An organic seaweed product with nothing added, contains no additives no fillers.
Emerald Isle Horse seaweed meal contains a wide range of 12 vitamins 60 minerals trace elements and amino acids. Regular use will improve general health, help maximise milk production, feed conversion and fertility. (do not feed to animals in the last four months of pregnancy)
.All seaweed has been harvested in the North Atlantic Coast of Ireland.
Certified Organic by the Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association.
Reputed Benefits of Emerald Isle Horse Seaweed.
Improves amino acids biological activity in diet, contains 60 minerals including iodine and 12 vitamins.
Improves immunity, increase conception and birth rates, reduce afterbirth retention.
Helps support healthy bones, joints, hoofs and increases shine to the coat.
Improves the balance of feed nutrition, absorption of nutrition, promotes metabolic activity, improves digestion.
Promotes healthy skin, reduces dryness and itchiness.
Boosts mineral levels naturally.
Recommended feeding instructions.
Up to 80 grams per day.
|Heavy horse (700 kg and over)||50-80|
|Horse (400-700 kg)||30-50|
|Pony (up to 400 kg)||15|
Seaweed is not recommended for pregnant mares in late pregnancy.
Nutritional Values for 100g of product.
Energy values, KCal/KJ per 100g, 166/686
Protein 13.7 Fatg/100g, 0.2 .
Saturated Fat g/100g 0.2 .
Mono-unsaturated Fat 0.1.
Poly-unsaturated fat < 0.1 .
Available carbohydrate, g/100g 8.7 .
Total Sugars g/100g 3.6 .
Dietary Fibre AOAC, g/100g 36.8 .
Sodium, mg/100g 4899 .
Moisture g/100g 11.6 .
Ash g/100g 28.9 .
Emerald Isle Seaweed have carved a niche in the seaweed market by developing a traditional process of harvesting seaweed. Seaweed is hand cut from below the low tide mark. This ensures only the best seaweed is harvested and ensures the preservation of the crop for future generations. Our harvest is then hung by hand in a specially constructed drying room.
Our seaweed meal has undergone a full range of thorough tests which include chemical, pesticides, water content, and nutrition,.
All tests have be done in laboratory conditions and is UKAS accredited.
HACCP control system in place.
Research confirms this observation: two workers at the Agricultural Research Council’s unit of soil metabolism (now disbanded) reported in 1947 that 0.1 of a gram of sodium alginate added to 100 grams of soil increased its water-holding power by 11 per cent. This is the first way in which seaweed and seaweed products condition the soil: by increasing its water-holding capacity, and encouraging its crumb structure. This in turn leads to better aeration and capillary action, and these stimulate the root systems of plants to further growth, and so stimulate the soil bacteria to greater activity. by W.A. Stephenson