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Check out the range of MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) supplements for horses. MSM is ultra pure bioavailable sulphur and can aid in promoting a healthy metabolism, formation of connective tissue including joint cartilage, assists in muscle repair and joint support. It's a very popular and proven supplement for horses of all disciplines and ages. See also the complete EAC Animal Care range. You may also be interested in the range of MSM for dogs

Popular Questions

Below you can common questions we get asked. You can also read our comprehensive article on the MSM for horses and it's benefits.

What is Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) and how does it benefit horses?

Methylsulfonylmethane is a naturally occurring sulfur compound that can be found in small amounts in various foods and beverages. It has been used in horse supplements for years because of its many health benefits. MSM can help reduce inflammation, improve joint mobility, and support healthy skin, hooves, and coat.

How does MSM help with joint health in horses?

MSM has been shown to be effective in reducing inflammation in joints, which can help reduce pain and stiffness. It can also help increase joint mobility and reduce the risk of injury. Additionally, MSM has been shown to promote the formation of healthy connective tissue, which can help improve overall joint health.

Can MSM benefit a horse's skin and coat?

Yes, MSM can help improve a horse's skin and coat health. It can help reduce inflammation in the skin, which can help reduce itching and irritation. Additionally, MSM can promote the production of collagen, which can help strengthen the skin and promote a healthy coat.

Are there any side effects to giving MSM to horses?

MSM is generally considered safe for horses, and there are no known side effects when it is given at recommended dosages. However, some horses may be allergic to MSM, so it is important to monitor your horse for any signs of an allergic reaction such as hives, swelling, or difficulty breathing. Additionally, MSM should not be given to pregnant mares or foals without first consulting with a veterinarian.

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