What joint supplement to get?

Posted Posted in Articles, JointQ

Choosing a joint supplement for your pet could be more than a little confusing and pretty expensive! Some facts to assist you in making an informed choice….. Based on international clinical trials and many accepted, published articles, a good place to start would be to choose a joint supplement with maximum contents of: CHONDROITIN for […]

Amino Acids

Posted Posted in Articles, Equine Amino Acids

Based on the findings of Dr Sarah Ralston-assoc professor Rutgers University USA Foal nutrition does not begin from the day the foal is born, but rather from the day the foal is conceived. Providing the mare is in good condition, the final three months of her pregnancy is nutritionally vital, as the foal gains half […]

Necessary Probiotics

Posted Posted in Articles, EM Probiotics

The word ‘Probiotics’ means ‘for life’ and has been used for centuries as a natural health promoter, which exerts health effects beyond inherent basic nutrition. Vast research has been conducted, where Probiotics has emerged as a valuable tool in both human and veterinary medicine, used rather as a preventative medicine than as a disease therapy. […]

Pit-Track K9 Conservation Unit

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Pit-Track is an organization that specializes in Rhino Protection using highly trained operators and attack dogs. These dogs work in pairs, tracking both the Rhino and the poacher.  They have had 9 KILLS to date. These dogs are trained for 2 years at a cost of around R200 000-00 each.  Promix is sponsoring 2 dogs […]

Are We Being Ripped Off?

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3 Years ago we launched and started to manufacture our own range of animal supplements. We hired an ISO 9000 animal pharmaceutical company to do our manufacturing, to ensure that our formulas were sourced, mixed and packaged exactly, to our strict requirements. We only use ‘human grade’ natural ingredients, of which several are imported into […]

Talking Horse Minerals

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Minerals are an essential part of any horse’s diet, despite the fact that, like vitamins, they contribute no energy whatsoever. Without minerals, horses would not be able to metabolise fats, proteins or carbohydrates. Their muscles and nerves would not function, nor would their bones be able to support their weight.