Erunam, definitely in a class by itself! This supplement is organic and 100% natural, no synthetic ingredients. It contains a full range of amino acids, phospholipids, vitamins including high levels of all Bs, all nutritionally important minerals. It is the only product with a full spectrum of equine specific probiotic organisms and their growth factors. Virtually no sugar or starch but generous levels of partially hydrolyzed fiber. Energy from naturally occurring acetate, a metabolite that every cell can immediately use, including hard working muscles.
Erunam is guaranteed to be readily available to any horse owner in any location. Always easy to find. Never out of stock. Guaranteed to be the most affordable item in your horse care routine.
Are you sold? Before putting it in your horse’s feed tub don’t you want to know what’s in it?
The moral of the story is that it is relatively easy to come up with product descriptions, even guaranteed analysis data, which can make things you would never dream of feeding sound great. Always look at the ingredients list. Be very leery of generic ingredients such as “forage products” which could be anything from top grade alfalfa to corn stover. If you want to investigate individual food ingredients, this is a great site:
For products with ingredients you may never have heard of, like fulvic or humic acid, please do not use a manufacturer’s web site as your sole source of information. Wikipedia usually has decent unbiased information. Look for university sites. Try Google Scholar or Pubmed searches. Use your suspect ingredient, e.g. “moose mud”, and “oral” to do your search. There are also sites that specifically keep an eye out for scams, such as:
Some of the anti-scam/anti-alternative sites actually go a bit too far sometimes IMO, but they will give you a different viewpoint.
Nutritional supplements have a tremendous potential to influence your horse’s health and well-being. The legitimate approaches have plenty of solid data to back up their claims. Don’t settle for less.