Atcom - Atcom Zink Comp. 1kg

ATCOM ZINC COMP. - for targeted compensation of a zinc deficiency.

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Article number: AT-5960998

TCOM ZINC COMP. - for targeted compensation of a zinc deficiency

The trace element zinc plays an important role in almost all processes in the body. It is part of skeleton and enzymes important for collagen synthesis and antibody production. Zinc is also essential to the immune system and therefore it is useful during periods of increased stress, such as hypertension. a stable change, to pay attention to a sufficient supply of zinc. Likewise, supplementation of zinc has also been proven in hoof problems such as poor horn quality or slow-growing horn, and skin problems such as summer eczema or mauve. Zinc plays an extremely important role in regenerative capacity as well as in the barrier function of the skin. Without zinc, no cell growth and no cell proliferation are possible, so zinc deficiency can lead to wound healing disorders.

Since the demand for zinc can barely be covered by the basic feed, zinc must be covered by a mineral supplement and in situations with increased demand, if necessary, with a special supplement. With ATCOM ZINC COMP. provide your horse with highly available zinc in predominantly organically bound form. Since zinc and copper are closely related, ATCOM ZINK COMP. additionally added copper in an optimal ratio. This allows optimal availability of the zinc supplied.

Special features of ATCOM ZINK COMP.

For targeted compensation of a zinc deficiency
To help in the change of coat and a weakened immune system
To promote hoof horn quality
To assist in allergic reactions, such as Sweet Itch
Support of wound healing, e.g. at Mauke
Contains organically bound zinc, in combination with copper for optimal availability
Enriched with microalgae and rosehips

Ideally suited:

For targeted support with a zinc deficiency
For skin problems
To support hooves, coat and immune system.

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