Dr. Weyrauch No. 4 Gold Value

The trace element booster

  • Supports healthy skin & a shiny coat
  • Made without binders, flavourings or additives
  • Fast and highly efficient

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Item no.: WEY-008, Content: 1.500 g

EAN: 4260614540163

  • Supports healthy skin & a shiny coat
  • Made without binders, flavourings or additives
  • Fast and highly efficient
500 g: £42.85 (£8.57 / 100 g)
1.000 g: £62.30 (£6.23 / 100 g)
1.500 g: £81.90 (£5.46 / 100 g)
5.000 g: £253.70 (£5.07 / 100 g)


German packaging: Nr. 4 Goldwert

Recent research has shown that basic feed does not contain enough trace elements to meet horses needs. The levels of zinc, copper, selenium and manganese found in hay have decreased by half, depending on the pH of the soil, since the 1970s.

Signs of trace element deficiencies

Signs of trace elements deficiencies are very diverse. Decreased performance and nervous issues such as restlessness, fearfulness or mental instability are often signs. However, skin, fur and hoof problems can also indicate deficiencies. When horses need more time to shed, or when older horses develop a longer, curlier top coat, they may need more trace elements. If their hooves grow slowly, are brittle or tend to rot these could also be signs of deficiency. Pigmentation disorders and incorrect colouring can also occur.

Eczema and allergies

In particularly severe deficiency situations, feed-related eczema and itching can occur. Immune disorders, a higher tendency towards infection and an increased tendency toward allergies may also occur.

Chronic bronchitis, indigestion with diarrhoea or a tendency toward loose stool can also be caused by a lack of zinc, copper, manganese and selenium. Tension, muscle problems, cartilage breakdown, osteoporosis, bone formation disorders and metabolic problems such as Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS) or Equine Cushing Syndrome ( ECS) may also be linked to deficiencies of these trace elements.

A lack of trace elements can also prevent the tissue's ability to regenerate as part of the self-healing process.

Trace Elements and Foals

Numerous studies on horses have shown a connection between leg problems and an undersupply of trace elements, especially copper, in foals and growing horses. Zinc, copper, selenium and manganese deficiencies are scientifically confirmed today as the cause of incorrect growth, not enough growth or osteochondrosis.

No. 4 Gold Value - fast and highly efficient

  • Dr. Weyrauch's No. 4 Gold Value is characterised by the use of highly bioavailable trace elements in their chelate form on a base of the finest herbs, spices, fruit and root components, all in food quality. The relationships between the trace elements are consistent and based on the results of many years of research. The preparation is free of binders, flavourings and additives. The absence of added quantity elements such as calcium, phosphorus or magnesium and artificial vitamins enable a particularly natural absorption of the nutrients without burdening the metabolism. The risk of disturbances in the mineral balance or displacement reactions is extremely low compared to many similar products. This way, even strong trace element deficiencies can be reliably remedied for the long term. The use of exclusively organically bound trace elements also protects the vitamin reserves (Shurson et al. 1996).

Feeding recommendation:

  • Feed 30 to 45g daily (2 to 3 measuring spoons full). Small horses should be fed correspondingly less. No. 4 Gold Value can be fed successfully all year round.
  • Due to the increased trace element content, please do not feed more than 120g per horse per day.
Animal Feed: Supplementary Feed for Horses


  • Dried herbs
    • Parsley
    • Coriander
    • Basil
    • Oregano
    • Milk Thistle
    • Rosemary
    • Horsetail
  • Dried Fruit
    • Rose hips
    • Fennel
    • Juniper
    • Anise
  • Dried Roots
    • Carrots
    • Red Beets
  • Dried Bark
    • Cinnamon
  • Linseeds
  • Garlic


Ingredients per kg
Zinc E6 as amino acid zinc chelate hydrate12.000 mg
Manganese E5 as amino acid manganese chelate, hydrate12.000 mg
Iron as iron amino acid chelate hydrate E16.000 mg
Copper E4 as amino acid copper chelate hydrate2.500 mg
Selenium in its organic form from Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 inactivated selenium yeast25 mg
Iodine as potassium iodide25 mg
Cobalt as Coated Cobalt II Carbonate Granules 3b30450 mg

Analytical Components

Crude protein19 %
Crude fat8 %
Crude fibre19 %
Raw ash11 %

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