Structure+ is a bioavailable source of liquid silicon shown in independent research trials to increase silicon retention. Horses supplementing bioavailable silicon have been shown to compete for longer before incurring injury as compared to un-supplemented controls. Silicon not only supports bone health but also connective tissue elasticity and collagen production. Add Structure+ to your horse’s diet and help support bone and soft tissue health.
Silicon 375 mg (per ½ fluid ounce)
Directions for Use
1/2 oz once or twice per day For best results shake well and administer ½ oz. twice daily.
Structure+ provides bioavailable silicon proven to support bone and soft tissue health. Connective tissue health is an integral component of performance horse success. Without strong bone, tendons and ligaments, competitive longevity is at risk. Collagen is a major component of connective tissue. Dietary silicon is not only involved in formation of the collagen matrix, but also in its mineralization and, as such, it is a vital component to insuring connective tissue health. Structure+ provides a source of silicic acid proven to be the most bioavailable form of silicon on the market today. Independent research has shown that feeding bioavailable silicon increases bone density, allowing young horses to compete for longer before injury compared to unsupplemented controls. Feeding Structure+ supports your performance horse’s soft tissue and bone health during both competition and rehabilitation, as well as the development of young growing horses.
1 review for Structure+
1 GAL – Case of 4, 1 GAL
Jen Macpherson –
Emma was a very long legged foal who was very lax behind and could not stand by herself for the first 10 hours and had to be held to nurse every 15 minutes until she was strong enough. She has now matured into a beautiful big coming 3 yr old mare but still was weak behind and appeared loose in hindlegs when walking as would almost roll to side. Late last summer when she was 2 ½ years old we started her on Enviro Equine Structure and in the fall started long lining her up and down gradual hills. By the of December we reassessed her and she is so much stronger and walks completely straight with no twist. I will continue the Structure and light hill work as I start her under saddle. I had previously used the Structure on another 3 year old I started last year as wanted to make sure his legs were nice and clean as wanted the best start possible for this jumper. His legs are beautifully clean with this start and I am now starting an older mare on it who had a tendon injury years ago and another young horse.