Performance level nutrition suitable for those that may be prone to gastric ulceration.
- Lowest starch muesli in the range (12.5%)
- Oat-Grain Free
- Provides key amino acids to support muscle development and repair.
- Full Hindgut Support - FOS and MOS (prebiotics), ActiSaf yeast (probiotic) and Fibre Plus Complex, supporting a healthy hindgut environment, fibre fermentation and nutrient uptake
- QLC antioxidant package
- Additional Vitamin E at 700 mg/kg
- Chelated minerals for improved absorption and activity in the body
- Feed 400g-1kg per 100kg bodyweight per day in conjunction with free access to forage.
- Do not exceed 1kg/100kg bodyweight per day in total.
- Divide into at least 2-3 meals per day.
- Ensure a minimum intake of 2kg/100kg bodyweight of forage per day.
- Fresh drinking water must be available at all times.
Composition: Oatfeed, Barley, Wheatfeed, Grass, Cane molasses, Rapeseed oil, Grass chaff, Sunflower seed meal dehulled, Unmolassed sugar beet, Maize, Dehulled soya bean meal, Full fat soya, Full fat linseed, Oat straw, Linseed expeller, Calcium carbonate, Sodium chloride, Dried carrots, Peas, Monocalcium phosphate, Magnesium oxide, Fructose oligosaccharides, Mint, Basil, Sodium bicarbonate, Mannan oligosaccharides, Mixture of: Blackcurrant, Kale, Spinach, Beetroot, Rosemary, Rosehip, Pomegranate (0.03%)
- Protein = 11.5%
- Lysine = 6.3g/kg
- Methionine = 1.8g/kg
- Oil = 7.0%
- Fibre = 14.5%
- Starch = 12.5%
- Sugar = 6.5%
- Ash = 7.8%
- Energy = 11.5 MJDE/kg
Tips from Nutrition team:
If your horse is prone to gastric ulceration, feed a couple of handfuls of alfalfa prior to exercise. This will create a ‘mattress’ of fibre that will act to reduce splashing of stomach acid to protect the stomach lining.