Vitamin B1 (thiamine) supplement for nervous horses

KER Australia B-QUIET horse supplement
  • High quality thiamine formula to nutritionally support excitable and high-strung horses.
  • Thiamine plays a vital role in carbohydrate metabolism and nerve transmission and can help to reduce nervous behaviour in horses.
  • Thiamine supplementation may benefit horses on high-grain diets, those in heavy training and those with a thiamine deficiency.
  • May reduce the risk of weight loss and anxious/nervous behaviour.

B-QUIET has been formulated to treat the symptoms of thiamine deficiency including hyperirritability and nervousness in horses.

Thiamine plays a vital role in carbohydrate metabolism and nerve transmission. Hard-working horses or those on high-grain diets may have reduced production of thiamine by intestinal bacteria because of stress or hindgut acidosis.

Thiamine supplementation has been shown to have a calming effect in individuals displaying undesirable behaviour due to a thiamine deficiency or increased requirements.

B-QUIET supplies elevated levels of thiamine for horses on high-grain diets or those in heavy training.

“B-Quiet is perfect for my one strung-out horse–even his tail scares him when he is not on B-Quiet. It settles him down to a rational level and he is now going 1 star.”
Megan Jones, Olympic Eventer
NUTRIENT CONTENT 30 g 1 kg
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 1,000 mg 33,333 mg

Available sizes:

  • 600 g (20 days supply)
  • 1.5 KG (50 days supply)
  • 4 KG (133 days supply)

Feeding recommendations

The following amounts should be fed daily. Mix well with feed.

30g Nervous horses, horses on high grain intakes or in heavy training, and other horses showing signs of thiamine deficiency, for as long as signs persist.
60g To horses for 2 days prior to a show or competition.

*These recommendations are for horses with a mature body weight of 500kg. Please adjust according to the weight of your horse.

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B-QUIET is available in Australia.

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