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Elevate WS [Equine Vitamin E]
This water-soluble natural Vitamin E solution is intended as an oral vitamin E supplement for horses of all classes. Elevate is ideal for horses maintained on diets composed largely of processed grains and stored forages. Contains a minimum of 500 IU per mL of vitamin E.
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Contains a minimum of 500 IU per ml of vitamin E Ingredients Vitamin E as d-alpha-tocopherol, polyethoxylated castor oil, water and n-propyl-alcohol.
Oral solution for animal use only.
Not for human use.
Keep out of reach of children.


Feed daily at the rate of 0.2-0.6 ml per 100 lb 0.4-1.2 ml per 100 kg of body weight to deliver 1000-3000 IU per day. The feeding level depends on the type of horse, level of activity, and nutritional and management practices that affect vitamin E needs.


Type of horse ml per day IU per day Maintenance 2 1000 Stalled horses or horses maintained on poor pasture 2-4 1000-2000 Intense training 6 3000 Pregnant and lactating mares 6 3000 Foals 6 3000 Elevate should be administered orally or top-dressed onto dry feeds at time of feeding. The product should not be mixed into complete feeds and stored for prolonged periods of time. For best results, Elevate should be fed soon after removal from bottle.


Research has shown that natural vitamin E has greater biological activity than synthetic vitamin E. The natural vitamin E found in Elevate is in the form of minute, water-soluble particles that are delivered to the bloodstream and target organs more efficiently than the vitamin E in oil-based or water-miscible supplements. Elevate is ideal for horses maintained on diets composed largely of processed grains and stored forages. Such feedstuffs usually have low vitamin E content thus horses require vitamin E supplementation. Vitamin E status can be determined by measuring serum tocopherol levels. Serum tocopherol levels below 1-2 µg per ml are considered deficient in most animals.