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The change of coat leads to an increased consumption of zinc and sulphur.

These are thus diverted from other metabolic functions, which can lead to increased susceptibility to infections, for example.

It is therefore advisable to provide horses with specific support by administering zinc chelate and organic sulphur (MSM).

Horses that find it particularly difficult to manage the change of coat or have known skin, hair, and hoof problems (e.g. poor horn growth, thrush, poor hoof horn quality, a tendency to eczema, etc.) will benefit from topping up their supplies of these important minerals now.

Of course, a good mineral feed should also be available at all times so that the entire mineral and trace element balance can be maintained.

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