Why should I feed HealthyCoat every day?
Good feed should provide most of the vitamins, minerals and protein your animal needs. However, essential fatty acids, or EFAs, are very fragile. Most dry feed is exposed to air, light and heat, which destroys EFAs. Therefore, most animals are deficient in Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids. HealthyCoat provides a rich source of Omega 3 & 6 that the animal can't produce. Plus, HealthyCoat is a rich source of Vitamin E and Lecithin. It is also fortified with Niacin, Biotin, and Viatmin B. These features will alleviate diet deficiencies while promoting healthy skin, a shiny hair coat, optimum health, and top performance.
What is the difference between HealthyCoat and feeding my animal corn oil, generic soybean oil, etc.?
We cold-press our product during the production process in order to rupture the cells, which maintains the level of Essential Fatty Acids and vitamins that are necessary to properly satisfy your animal’s needs. No proteins are added to our product at any point during the production process.
Are there any artificial ingredients in HealthyCoat?
HealthyCoat is an all-natural, liquid supplement. No artificial components make up this product.
How much HealthyCoat do I need to feed?
HealthyCoat contains 2-1/2 times the digestible energy of grain and hay. An obvious improvement may be seen in coat shine and manageability within a few weeks of feeding. Feeding rates vary depending on species, and recommendations are listed on the labels.
How do I feed HealthyCoat?
HealthyCoat is a top dressing for feed. For most species, simply put the recommended amount over the top of the feed ration. For chickens, we recommend mixing the oil in to the feed thoroughly before filling feeder. As with any changes to an animal's diet, it is best to increase the amount of HealthyCoat slowly over a few days.
Does HealthyCoat need to be refrigerated?
No, it is best to keep HealthyCoat at room temperature. In the winter it can freeze, so you will want to store it in a climate-controlled.
My HealthyCoat bottle has some heavy material in the bottom, is that okay?
Yes! If you see some material in the bottom of the bottle, it is actually just lecithin that has settled out. You can give the bottle a shake and it will go back in to solution.