APPLE CIDER VINEGAR FOR HORSES AND OTHER LIVESTOCK

A FEW REASONS WHY SPREYTON FRESH APPLE CIDER VINEGAR IS OF BENEFIT TO YOU AND YOUR ANIMALS

Spreyton Fresh is now also making ACV with garlic for livestock sales in 5L, 20L containers and bulk sales of 200L and 1000L.

Please contact info@spreytonfresh.com.au for further information and distribution

Spreyton Fresh Apple Cider Vinegar is an excellent source of Potassium, essential amino acids, Selenium and other trace minerals. While the live bacteria and “Mother of Vinegar” left in the product are a boost to your animals natural gut flora.

Feeding ACV is a low cost feed supplement that has the potential to add significant value to both dairy and beef operations through improved returns and lower operating costs.

For more information contact Grant@spreytonfresh.com.au

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HEALTH BENEFITS FOR HORSES

Spreyton Fresh Apple Cider Vinegar is made using all natural organic processes from cold pressed apples grown on local Tasmanian orchards, it contains no added chemicals or water.

  • Prevents stall chewing by providing the Potassium that your Horse is seeking.

  • Adding ACV to your stock’s drinking water helps to purify the water as the vinegar kills many of the micro organisms that can flourish in stock troughs.

  • Intestinal stones called enteroliths, can develop in susceptible horses which can cause blockages that require expensive surgery. Since the ingestion of vinegar increases the intestinal acidity in horses, it helps prevent these stones from forming according to veterinary researchers at the University of California at Davis.

  • While being acidic in the gut ACV has the effect of alkalysing the body and blood of your horse and other livestock, many diseases cannot survive in an alkalysed environment, so feeding ACV regularly can help to reduce the incidence and severity of infections and other illnesses.

  • Another benefit of feeding your horse apple cider vinegar is to make the horse less attractive to flies and insects. Some specialists believe that horses sweat the vinegar out so that it becomes a natural horse fly spray.

  • Insect bites not only cause your horse itchy discomfort, they can be areas where skin bacterial and fungal infections can occur. As well, some types of hives are commonly caused by insect stings or bites. They can cause other health risks by spreading such diseases as West Nile virus, encephalomyelitis viruses and equine infectious anemia.

  • For those who prefer not to use insecticides for horse care, especially on foals less than 12 weeks old, try feeding your horse ACV and make up your own vinegar based natural horse fly spray that you can rub or spray onto your horse’s coat as needed.

  • Full strength apple cider vinegar can be rubbed directly into the horse’s skin around a ringworm infection. Ringworm is an infection of the skin and hair by several types of fungi (not worms). Rub in thoroughly two or three times a day for several consecutive days. This is especially useful for ringworm infections that are too close to the eyes to use a copper wash.

  • Thrush and other foot fungus infections can be greatly reduced by a regular spray or soak application of apple cider vinegar to the sole and frog of your horse’s feet. By making the hoof area more acidic, fungus is no longer able to grow well there.

  • A general horse hoof soaking solution can be prepared by adding 1/4 cup (60 ml) of apple cider vinegar to 4 litres of water. The vinegar application will, at the same time, speed up the healing of any other foot infections or bruises your horse might have.

  • Improves overall health and well being as shown by the glossy coat and clear eyes.

HEALTH BENEFITS FOR LIVESTOCK AND CATTLE

  • ACV acts as a natural antibiotic, preventing and curing infections.

  • Improves milk quality, – lower cell count, increased volume and butter fat percentage.

  • Reduces the incidence and severity of Mastitis.

  • Assists the function of the Rumen, releasing more nutrients from feed, increasing growth rates while reducing feed consumed.

  • Improves overall Animal health and wellbeing, with noted decreases in respiratory problems, bloating and scours.

  • Adding ACV to your stock’s drinking water helps to purify the water as the vinegar kills the algae, water snails and many of the harmful micro organisms that can flourish in stock troughs.

  • Cows are reported to have fewer issues cleaning up after calving.

  • Reduces fly and lice problems, ACV acts as a natural fly repellent.

  • ACV is a natural worming agent, Worms don’t become resistant and there is no impact to Dung Beetles.

  • Doesn’t affect the flavour of either milk or meat.

  • No Holding period when used to treat infections or other illnesses.

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