$7.75 to $79.99
Red Cell® Horse Supplement is a blood building supplement that increases energy and stamina. Rich source of iron, vitamins and trace minerals. Yucca flavored. Read More
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Red Cell® Horse Supplement
Blood building supplement increases energy and stamina. Rich source of iron, vitamins and trace minerals. Yucca flavored. Homogenized for maximum consistency. Give 1-2 oz daily with feed or orally.
Red Cell Key Points:
- The "industry standard" vitamin-mineral liquid for fueling champion horses
- Contains 300 mg. of chelated iron per ounce
- Potent, reliable and homogenized for maximum consistency
- Yucca flavoring for added palatability
This product should not be fed to copper sensitive animals such as sheep.
FREE T-shirt is a purple Gildan Heavy Cotton (100% Cotton, preshrunk) with gold lettering and comes in Large only.
- Brand: Horse Health
- Form: Liquid
- Servings: (16-32),(64-128),(320-640)
- Type: Blood Builder
- Size: Quart,Gallon,5 Gallon
Cant say enough good things about this stuff!! We have used it for YEARS on everything from dogs/pups to goats, cows and horses! Used mostly on barrel horses for increased energy and performance. Eight years ago we had a Beagle covered in worts.. two weeks of using Red Cell and they were all gone! Not to mention his coat was gleaming!! Goats that are weak or sick benefit greatly as well. Several times it has helped bring around an animal with a grim future. Will continue to use and recommend !
This stuff works wonders! I had a severely anemic goat with bottle jaw. Game him 9 cc of Red Cell a day and his bottle jaw decreased significantly after the first day. This stuff is affordable and is a must have for anyone with goats!
"Great Energy Boost"
I've used Red Cell in several situations for goats. From a boost when taking medicines, to helping increase energy for older goats, to giving kids a little bit of oompf! This product worked great for all of those uses. I have top dressed their feed with it and given it orally via drench. Both ways work equally well.