Chia de Gracia products for mares and for equalizing and supporting the horse's normal hormone function.
The natural breeding season of horses is from spring to autumn. An increase in light in spring initiates estrus, and in autumn estrus activity fades as the light decreases. Estrus and hormonal imbalances can cause mares to behave awkwardly, deteriorate performance, feel uncomfortable and even have pain. A mare's estrus can mix up the training and competition calendar for the entire summer season. Consistency in hormone activity reduces unpredictability and can make mares more cooperative, easier and more comfortable to handle. Read the article about it. Pregnant mares also have their own special needs, e.g. in terms of protein, minerals and vitamins.