- ponies > about 6 gram per day or as per advice from The Horse Therapist
- horses > about 12 gram per day or as per advice from The Horse Therapist.
Advice: do not feed msm longer than 6-8 weeks, so the body can counterbalance the sulphur again. Otherwise your horse might get a selenium deficiency.
Msm supports the tendons, ligaments, cartilage, connective tissue and the musculoskeletal system.
MSM is a natural source of sulfur and an important binding agent in cartilage, tendons and joints. MSM is the raw material for the production of new cells and it is important for the elasticity and health of the connective tissue. In addition, MSM ensures a good absorption of the nutrients. MSM is an essential mineral that contributes to the maintenance of healthy tendons, ligaments, cartilage and connective tissue.
If your horse has musculoskeletal issues and needs some extra support then you might also find the Equirelief mix interesting. This custom made product can contain msm in the mix as well.