A number of common complaints in the horse can be attributed to low copper level, these include:
. Increased incidence of epiphysitis in young stock.
. Dullness in the coat and poor hooves.
. Anaemia; copper is required for the production of the pigment in red blood cells.
. Mares having had fatal ruptures of the uterine artery after foaling had lower than normal copper levels.
TRM's CHELATED COPPER supplements fulfils all the requirements of A.A.F.C.O. (American Association of Feed Control Officials).