Equine Magnesium Deficiency Questionnaire

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How do you diagnose magnesium deficiency in your horse?

Your horse may show multiple signs of magnesium deficiency. Signs may appear continuously, or only during times of stress or competition when magnesium requirements are highest.

Magnesium is the critical mineral that keeps horses relaxed.

When a horse gets excited, its body uses magnesium to calm down and relax. Magnesium plays an important role in nerve and muscle function. Horses deficient in this vital mineral often show signs of nervousness, wariness, excitability, jumpiness, tight sore backs (not related to saddle fit), muscle tremors, and hypersensitive skin. If you think your horse might suffer from a deficiency, our products can help.