For competition horse owners who want the best for their equine athletes, finding the right feed with guaranteed levels of amino acids and gastric support is often a challenge. Add performance recovery requirements to the list, and the feed search becomes even more difficult.
Horse owners now have access to a feed that provides performance horses with the essential nutrition they need to recover.
Nutrena® ProForce® feeds now include Rebound Technology™, a proprietary blend of research-backed, FDA-approved branch chain amino acids (BCAAs) and chromium that decreases muscle fatigue, improves muscle recovery, and restores energy after strenuous exercise. Exclusive to ProForce, Rebound Technology helps horses recover from competition or hard work faster, enabling a return to high performance work and competition. The updated product line features unique feeds to meet a horse's needs, including:
"Horses are athletes just like humans, so we approached the development of this feed in a way that is comparable to human athletic recovery," says Russell Mueller, Equine Category Lead for Cargill. "Competition is hard work and can take a toll on a horse when done many days in a row. Recovery is essential to performing at a high level day after day. We developed a product that competitive riders and trainers can feel confident in to provide optimal recovery for consecutive performance days."
The ProForce product line also features Nutrena's exclusive Topline Balance® for topline support, Nutri-Bloom Advantage® for better fiber digestion, and marine-sourced calcite to support gastric health, a major source of concern for many performance horse owners. These technologies, combined with pre and probiotics, added antioxidants, and organic trace minerals provide equine athletes the premium nutrition they need to bring their best to the show ring.
ProForce is offered in 50 lb. bags across the United States and is available at over 4,000 Nutrena retailers.
To learn more about this unique product offering and Rebound Technology, visit NutrenaWorld.com/ProForce.
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About Cargill Animal Nutrition
Cargill's Animal Nutrition business has more than 20,000 employees at more than 275 facilities in 40 countries. Fueled by our innovation and research, we offer a range of products and services to feed manufacturers, animal producers, and feed retailers around the world, helping put food on the plates of nearly one billion people around the world every day. Cargill's Animal Nutrition business offers a range of compound feed, premixes, feed additives, supply chain and risk management solutions, software tools, and animal nutrition expertise that is unmatched in the industry. For more information about Cargill Animal Nutrition, visit http://www.cargill.com/feed.
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