REVITALCUBES EGGERSMANN 25 kg

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Pasza dla koni z chorobami metabolicznymi - ochwatowych, z chorobą Cushinga i PSSM,

The benefi ts at a glance:
- more effective generation of energy from rice bran
- no formation of excess starch in the large intestine
- a clear reduction of the feed quantity
- lower, however, very high-quality protein content
- with ideal mineral and vitamin content
- harmonisation of the metabolic processes with an especially blended herb
preparation

Analytic ingredients and content:
Crude protein 10,80 %
Crude oils and fats 5,70 %
Crude fi bre 18,40 %
Crude ash 11,00 %
Calcium 1,80 %
Phosphorus 0,60 %
Sodium 0,50 %
Magnesium 0,30 %
Starch 6,20 %
Sugar 4,10 %
Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives
Vitamin A (3a672a) 35.000,00 I.E.
Vitamin D3 (3a671) 2.000,00 I.E.
Vitamin E (3a700) 500,00 mg
Vitamin C (3a312) 100,00 mg
Vitamin B1 (3a821) 20,00 mg
Vitamin B2 as ribofl avin 20,00 mg
Vitamin B6 as pyridoxine hydrochloride (3a831) 20,00 mg
Vitamin B12 as Vitamin B12 preparation 50,00 mcg
Niacin (3a314) 50,00 mg
Calcium-D-Pantothenate (3a841) 40,00 mg
Biotin (3a880) 650,00 mcg
Folic acid (3a316) 7,50 mg
Cholin Chloride (3a890) 250,00 mg
Iron (3b103) (ferrous sulphate, monohydrate (II)) 350,00 mg
Manganese (3b502) (manganese(II)oxide) 175,00 mg
Zinc oxide (3b603) 290,00 mg
Copper (E 4) (copper sulphate, pentahydrate (II)) 50,00 mg
Selenium (E 8) (sodium selenite) 0,90 mg
Calcium iodate, anhydrous (3b202) 3,40 mg
Coated cobalt(II)carbonate-granules (3b304) 0,40 mg
Composition:
dried fruit (apple) pomace 25,5 %, Rice husk bran 25,0 %, Lucerne meal 25,0 %,
Linseed extraction meal 9,5 %, Lignocellulose 6,3 %, Sugar cane molasses 3,5 %,
Calcium carbonate 2,5 %, Sodium chloride 1,1 %, Artichoke 0,1 %, Dandelion
0,1 %, Gingko leaves 0,1 %, Hawthorn leaves 0,1 %, Milk Thistle leaves 0,1 %
Feeding recommendation:
Ponies and small horses in light work should receive 200 g per
100 kg body weight per day, together with suffi cient, preferably
late harvested, good quality hay. Larger horses and those who
are, after a period of rehabilitation, back in full work, might need
up to 300g/100kg bodyweight per day for suffi cient energy supply. Such an increase of the ration should only be undertaken
when the horse has no longer any visible fat reserves. With
smaller quantities, we recommend adding a mineral supplement.
Horses with teeth problems, hasty eaters or older horses should
always receive pelleted feed in soaked form.