Meticulous attention to scientific publications and due consideration of the latest developments in legal regulations have lead to significant improvement of one well-known TWYDIL® feed complement.

TWYDIL® PMC is enriched with glucosamine, silicon, omega-3 fatty acids as well as high-quality lactoprotein in concentrations unparalleled on the world market.

Its effects on the locomotor system of horses are now proved and published at the highest level.

Due attention has been paid to the principles of production and extraction of the protein and amino fractions. It is important not to use heavy destructive thermal and saturation-based extraction methods. TWYDIL® applies sensitive know-how to gain the necessary active proteins with proven benefit for horses.

Strict observance of the active dose has been made our highest rule, since simple substance sprinkling has never been granted tolerance in the policies of TWYDIL®. In general, TWYDIL®’s concentrations are very high and regularly tested before being launched on the market.

As a true star product of our house for years and years, TWYDIL® PMC has now been extensively improved and re-updated on the basis of the latest discoveries in scientific research (the relevant publications can be made available on demand).

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Electrolytes are vital for horses in training in particular.

Addition of electrolytes aims at:

  • improving regeneration and water consumption after intense effort
  • ensuring good muscular relaxation after effort
  • optimizing stress response
  • enhancing well-being during transportation
  • maintaining good nervous conduction


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Sadly, horses are exposed to the negative effects of feed rich in cereals and free sugars (treacle etc.).

In the formulae of TWYDIL® ELECTROLYTES and TWYDIL® ELECTROLYTES+C, TWYDIL® has replaced the original sugar contents with isomers that can utilize the digestive enzymes present in the horses’ feed. Hence, the sugar ratio of the feed decreases – and so do the sugar-related negative effects.