NUTRAMAX LABORATORIES, INC. INTRODUCES CALXEQUINTM, A CONCENTRATED DAILY HOOF SUPPLEMENT
Edgewood, Maryland -Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. is proud to introduce CalxequinTM , a concentrated daily hoof supplement for horses. A once daily, 3 oz serving of the pelleted Calxequin supports and encourages healthy hooves.
Calxequin Daily Hoof supplement, is a new product from the makers of Cosequin. "I've been feeding it to my horses-- they love the taste of the pellets. I know from my personal experience that Nutramax Laboratories uses quality ingredients and that they are a leader in the industry, so I know Calxequin is the best hoof supplement for my horses," says Julie Goodnight, Internationally renowned horse trainer, clinician and TV personality.
A balanced combination of readily absorbed ingredients, Calxequin delivers biotin to support quality hoof growth; methionine and lysine, to support hoof integrity; Zinpro®, chelated mineral complex, to support hoof strength and durability; and yeast culture to help support nutrient digestibility. This combination of ingredients provides a multi-faceted approach to supporting the health of the equine hoof.
The superior quality of ingredients in Calxequin, along with Nutramax Laboratories' reputation of being a leader in the nutritional supplement arena gives consumers the confidence that their horse is receiving a first-class hoof supplement," says Tara Cullen, equine product manager. "We are very happy to include Calxequin in our family of equine products."
About Nutramax Laboratories, Inc.:
Nutramax Laboratories, Inc. develops nutritional supplements for horses and small animals to help improve their quality of life. Cosequin® is the #1 veterinarian recommended joint health supplement brand.* Proviable®-EQ is a digestive aid that encourages normal gastrointestinal function and health, and Welactin® Equine is an omega-3 fish oil supplement. To learn more, contact Nutramax Laboratories at 800-925-5187 or visit nutramaxlabs.com.
*Source: Surveys conducted in the Fall of 2002, March 2004, and September 2007 of equine veterinarians who recommended oral joint health supplements.