May 2017 | Enhance Performance and Health with Pennwoods Products
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Enhance Performance and Health with Pennwoods Products

May 2017

Pennwoods Equine Products, a family business headquartered in Centre Hall, PA, produces horse vitamins and minerals for growth, breeding, performance or maintenance using a unique combination of macro elements, organic micro elements and amino acids. Products are available throughout the US and Canada.

Their top product is Organic GI Renew, a blend of organic concentrated probiotics, prebiotics, enzymes, and a organic immune stimulant with high levels of beta glucans. GI Renew aids in prevention of colic, soothes and heals ulcers and stimulates appetite and the immune system. It also acts as an organic toxin binder.

2X Nulife, a blend of concentrated ingredients which provides nutritional balance for the increased dietary needs of breeding and performance horses, is available in a number of formats and strengths;

Products for breeding include 2 to 12, specifically formulated for foals age 2 months to 12 months, and 3 to 36 Advanced, a special blend of proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals formulated to meet the unique nutritional needs of horses from one to three years of age.

Bio-Generation is a high fat supplement fortified with essential macro and organic micro elements, vitamins, amino acids and Biotin all on a hi-fat, “cool energy ®” carrier for active horses.

Supplementing a balanced diet with Essential E will promote overall health, lead to shortened recovery time, strengthen the immune system, decrease illness incidence in stressed, young, or older animals, and increase breeding stamina and potential in both mares and stallions.

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