Agspand Feedchar (mineral–charcoal)

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Agspand’s FEEDCHAR® for Horses and all Farm Animals is a 100% Australian mineral–charcoal feed supplement that might assist with digestive discomfort, poor feet, skin and body condition, weight loss, and stress and anxiety from ingesting plant toxins and potencies that commonly occur on and in pastures, hay, grains and feeds during both wet and dry seasons.

Description

Agspand Feedchar

Australian certified mineral–charcoal for horses and farm animals

Agspand’s FEEDCHAR® for Horses and all Farm Animals is a 100% Australian mineral–charcoal feed supplement that might assist with digestive discomfort, poor feet, skin and body condition, weight loss, and stress and anxiety from ingesting plant toxins and potencies that commonly occur on and in pastures, hay, grains and feeds during both wet and dry seasons.

Agspand’s FEEDCHAR® is a Registered Trademark product in Australia, and a Certified Allowed Input for Organic Farming, number SXC 19091.

Agspand’s Feedchar combines organic charcoal and natural mineral clay, simple ingredients animals seek for themselves in the wild to help deal with gut imbalances from potent-plant effects.

FEEDCHAR® contains no restricted animal materials (RAM) and its quality assurance tests pass all WHO and Australian requirements as safe to feed to animals (MSDS available).

Feedchar has almost no taste, smell, or nutritional value. To support gut health and condition all year round, small maintenance doses of Feedchar may be fed through seasons, with all feed types, and added with vitamins, probiotics and more minerals or supplements, if desired.

Using Agspand’s Feedchar long term supports Regenerative and Carbon Farming Practices for healthy animals, soils, pastures and farms — from health derives profit.

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2 Litre, 5 Litre, 10 Litre

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