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  • KER Triaction



    Triacton is a research-proven, triple-action supplement designed to improve bone density and support digestive health in horses. Research has shown a correlation between a loss of bone density and shin soreness in horses.

    Triacton is a pelleted supplement containing an array of highly bioavailable minerals and vitamins essential for sound skeletal development and maintenance, as well as optimal function of the gastrointestinal tract.

    Why use Triacton?

    • Triacton includes KER BMC™, which has three research-proven benefits: improved gastric health and hindgut health; and improved bone density
    • Research has shown that when Triacton is added to feed it increases buffering capacity 2X in acidic conditions typically seen in the stomach
    • Studies conducted at Kentucky Equine Research have demonstrated 3X increase in bone density and 2X increase in bone thickness in racehorses
    • Studies at Kentucky Equine Research demonstrated an increase in bone density in weanlings fed Triacton during winter when bone density usually decreases
    • Research proven to improve hindgut buffering capacity by 54%
    • Omeprazole use reduces calcium digestibility. KER BMC has been shown to rapidly release calcium at high stomach pH found with omeprazole use, and supplies more calcium when needs are higher
    • Supports the beneficial microbial population of the caecum and colon by minimising hindgut acidosis (HGA)
    • Contains other bone-building nutrients, such as magnesium, boron, silicon, iodine, with organic copper, zinc, and manganese; as well as vitamins A, C, D, and K
    • Includes yeast for further hindgut support and improved fibre digestion

    When to use Triacton?

    • Young, growing horses in training
    • Young, growing horses including weanlings and yearlings
    • Horses prone to shin soreness
    • Horses on omeprazole
    • Stabled horses or those at risk of bone demineralisation
    • Horses grazing high-oxalate pastures at risk of big head