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Dr. Metheney Releases White Paper on Ionic Minerals and Equine Breeding Success

Goodyear, AZ, March 7, 2007 – Larry A. Metheney, DVM, of Phoenix, AZ, has released a white paper highlighting his clinical observations of the effectiveness of Ionic minerals when added to the diets of stallions and broodmares.

Dr. Metheney has used Ionic minerals in his practice for a number of years and has had the opportunity to observe a number of cases where the addition of minerals in a highly bio-available form has helped mares to ovulate consistently and reduce incidents of retained placentas at birth. In addition, Dr. Metheney has observed, instances when older stallions have been able to better maintain sperm counts during the course of a breeding season.

In his paper, Dr. Metheney names a number of minerals and trace minerals and cites their roles in the equine reproductive process. According to Metheney, “ Horses, like people, benefit most from minerals that are the most bio-available to them. Minerals in an ionic format have an advantage because anything that happens at the cellular level happens in an ionic format”.

Dr. Metheney cited Daily 72® Ionic minerals as the brand of Ionic minerals he has used with success in his practice and stated “the advantages of useable minerals to the equine diet isn’t limited to breeding stock. I’ve seen benefits in a number of cases ranging from tying up to shin-buck issues. After a little reflection, it’s really not rocket science. A good mineral regimen just makes good sense”.

Daily 72 is an all natural plant-source mineral supplement that replaces 72 of the key minerals and trace minerals commonly missing in forage and grains. Its liquid, ionic format allows easy absorption, and the daily application eliminates any guesswork or waste. Minerals are cofactors that make all other nutrients do their jobs, and they are essential in an equine diet. Daily 72 can be fed safely with any other feed regimen.

Global Organics LLC produces Daily72 through the patented BioKool® process in the company’s BioKool center in metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona. As the world’s premier mineral extraction facility, the center is supported by an array of carefully selected sites that provide plant-source minerals to maintain optimum quality and consistency in Daily72 and its other mineral products.

For Dr. Metheney’s white paper “Why Stallions and Broodmares Need Ionic Minerals for Breeding Success”: http://www.daily72.com/daily72/ViewArticle.aspx?id=5

For more information, visit the Daily72 at http://www.daily72.com or call 1-800-471-522.

 

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