TRIM - Kohnkes Own (1.4kg. 4kg)
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Overweight and obese, hard 'cresty' necks, abnormal fat deposits behind the shoulders and tail butt area are signs associated with conditions such as Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS) and Insulin Resistance as a result of grazing pastures and the long term feeding of sweetened or processed feeds which contain high levels of starch and soluble nonstructural carbohydrate (NSC) 'sugars'.
Once a horse or pony has lost weight and its 'cresty' neck and tail-butt fat has softened and decreased due to the low calorie diet and daily exercise, the supplement rate of TRIM can be reduced to half the daily starting rate relative to its lower body weight and condition, or even removed from the diet if the horse has trimmed down and the risk of repeated sore feet and laminitis has been eliminated.