Eggersmann weide erganzer
Eggersmann weide erganzer

Eggersmann weide erganzer

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Feed supplement for horses

Rich in raw fibre, this is the optimal supplementary feed for horses during the entre grazing period

With extended grazing time, pasture grass should provide sufficient fat-soluble vitamins, it could leave a mineral deficit though. As a balancer, the Grazing Supplement contains only high-quality mineral and trace elements without additional vitamins. The muesli is also rich in essential fatty acids. The energy providers, barley and maize flakes, as well as milk thistle oil, stimulate the horse's metabolism, without compromising the protein balance. Sunflower seeds provide structurally bound vegetable oils, lecithin, and secondary plant substances. To support a regular digestion, the muesli is enhanced with a special raw fibre concentrate. This stabilises the intestinal tract and loosens the bolus. The Grazing Supplement muesli contains very little protein since there are adequate amounts in the grass, especially in the beginning of the grazing season. The energy content should provide horses in light to medium work with sufficient energy. The Grazing Supplement is the muesli for all those horses, which are kept on pasture throughout the grazing season and well into autumn. Horses which tend to develop a grass stomach should have limited access to pasture where the grass is filling and contains a high level of water. This restriction should be replaced with a concentrated feed. For such horses, this muesli is a good choice. Grazing Supplement supports the well-being of your horse throughout the grazing season. 
The benefits at a glance:
- for horses of all breeds as a supplementary feed in combination with pasture grass
- provides balanced conditions for sensitive metabolic processes
- additional raw fibre for the stabilisation of the digestion
- contains high-quality minerals and trace elements
- with the essential amino acids lysine and methionine

 48,5 g/kg digestible protein  10,7 MJ/kg digestible energy