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BEE POLLEN FROM SPRINGTIME

Provides benefits of grazing for stall- fed horses.
Natural Springtime bloom.
Natural food of stallions, mares, and foals.
Whole granules, no powder, no fillers.
Live food enzymes help to provide maximum assimilation of nutrients.


Springtime Bee Pollen is made from pure, top grade whole granules just as the bees brought to the hive. Pure, bright, multicolored whole granules offer the highest freshness, potency and wide spectrum nutrition.


Directions for Use


Feed five ounces per day dry weight (1 cup) for a good solid program. Less if horse is not in heavy training. May be used up to 24 hours before event day. For example, if the event/race day is Friday, Wednesday would be the last day to feed this product.

Bee Pollen Pricing:
sizewill last total
10 lb
32 days
$52.00
27.5 lb
88 days
$130.00
55 lb
176 days
$221.00
110 lb
354 days
$390.00

A shipping/Handling charge of $5.55 is added to all orders under $200.00.

 

BEE POLLEN SOLUTIONS
Natural solutions to common problems.


A Horse Care Product for

A remarkable new agricultural product provides benefits of grazing to stall-fed horses.
Replaces man-made supplements.
Improvements in performance pay for the product.

Beware of pollen powder.
Springtime Bee Pollen is made from pure, top grade whole granules just as the bees brought to the hive. Pure, bright, multicolored whole granules offer the highest freshness, potency and wide spectrum nutrition.
Unfortunately, some companies use pollen powder, a low grade by-product. Pollen powder loses potency quickly, is often old and stale and may be easily adulterated with cheap fillers.

Horses bloom when eating flowers.
Horses have been grazing on flowers every spring for millions of years. Lush grazing on grass and flowers brings horses into their highest possible condition at this time. Whenever horses eat flowers, they eat pollen. Pollen is the male germ cell of plants. Because of its unique biological function, pollen is the most nutritionally rich part of the plant. It contains a full spectrum of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, fats, sugars, hormones, and protective antioxidants. When grass is cut into hay, enzyme activity dies within hours. Pollen harvested from flowers, however, may remain fresh and ready to germinate for several years! Harvested pollen may be fed to horses when grazing isnt available. Pollen fed horses will soon begin to experience a spectacular natural Springtime bloom.

Concentrated Live Food Enzymes in Bee Pollen
Pollen contains greater concentrations of living enzymes than any other part of the plant. Scientists state that enzymes are absolutely essential for every biochemical function of the body. Enzymes are perhaps the most important of the health-giving plant factors. They are completely destroyed by high temperatures (130 degrees) cooking! Enzymes are the essential triggers for the metabolic machinery of every living thing from daffodil to buffalo. The enzymes in raw foods are important because they help support the bodys own enzyme systems. Enzymes are the life principle of every living cell.

Minerals
1. Calcium
2. Phosphorus
3. Potassium
4. Sulphur
5. Sodium
6. Chlorine
7. Magnesium
8. Iron
9. Manganese
10. Copper
11. Iodine
12. Zinc
13. Silicon
14. Molybedenum
15. Boron
16. Titanium
17. Selenium
Enzymes, Co-Enzymes
1. Amylase
2. Diastase
3. Saccharase
4. Pectase
5. Phosphatase
6. Catalase
7. Disphorase
8. Cozymase
9. Cytochrome systems
10. Lactic dehydrogenase
11. Succinic dehydrogenase
12. 24 oxidoreductases
13. 21 transferases
14. 33 hydrolases
15. 11 lyases
16. 5 isomerases

17. Pepsin
Proteins/Amino Acids
1. Isoleucine
2. Leucine
3. Lysine
4. Methionine
5. Phenylaine
6. Threonine
7. Tryptophan
8. Valine
9. Histidine
10. Arginine
11. Cystine
12. Tryrosine
13. Alanine
14. Aspartic acid
15. Glutamic acid
16. Hydroxyproline
17. Proline
18. Serine
Vitamins
1. Provitamin A
2. B1 Thiamine
3. B2 Riboflavin
4. B3 Niacin
5. B4 Group
6. Pantothenic acid
7. Biotin
8. B12 (cyanocobalamin)
9. Folic Acid
10. Choline
11. Inositol
12. Vitamin C
13. Vitamin D
14. Vitamin E
15. Vitamin K
16. Rutin

OTHERS
1. Nucleic Acids
2. Flavonoids
3. Phenolic acids
4. Tarpenes
5. Nucleosides
6. Auxins
7. Fructose
8. Glucose
9. Brassins
10. Bibberellins
11. Kinins
12. Vernine
13. Guanine
14. Xanthine
15. Hypoxalthine 16. Nuclein
17. Amines
18. Lecithin
19. Xanthophylls
20. Crocetin
21. Zeaxanthin
22. Lycopene
23. Hexodecanal
24. Alpha-Amino- butyric acid
25. Monoglycerides
26. Diglycerides
27. Triglycerides
28. Pentosans


Directions for Use

Feed five ounces per day dry weight (1 cup) for a good solid program. Less if horse is not in heavy training. May be used up to 24 hours before event day. For example, if the event/race day is Friday, Wednesday would be the last day to feed this product.

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BEE POLLEN FROM SPRINGTIME
10 lb
$52.00
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BEE POLLEN FROM SPRINGTIME
27.5 lb
$130.00
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BEE POLLEN FROM SPRINGTIME
55 lb
$221.00
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BEE POLLEN FROM SPRINGTIME
110 lb
$390.00
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