Intended for the greatest nutritional needs of competition equines, consisting of energetic rolled oat cereals, pellets, particles of Energy and molasses. Polo, horse racing, barrel racing and base are among the activities compatible with its use. It contains EquiComplex pellets.
High palatability and balance in offering nutrients. It provides optimal levels of performance and recovery for horses subjected to intense physical activities and/or preparation for shows, auctions and related activities.
Corn (flaked), Oats (flaked), Corn, Wheat bran, Rice bran, Soybean meal, Alfalfa, Molasses, Limestone, Bicalcic phosphate, Salt, DL-Methionine, L-Lysine, Vitamin A, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Biotin, Copper sulphate, Iron sulphate, Calcium iodate, Manganese Monoxide, Sodium selenite, Cobalt sulphate, Zinc oxide, Colorants (Red 40), Ethoxyquin, Calcium propionate, Potasium sorbate, Kaolin, Probiotics.
Possible substitutes: Broken rice, Corn gluten meal, Sorghum, Barley, Wheat flour, Oats, Wheat, Wheat middlings, Rye, Triticale, Pearl Millet, Linseed, Corn germ meal, Linseed bran, Soybean (toasted), Defatted rice bran, Malt sprouts, Rice oil, Corn oil, Soybean oil, Soybean hulls, Betaine, L-Threonine.
Moisture (max) 120g/kg (12%), Crude protein (min) 140g/kg (14%), Fat (min) 70g/kg (7%), Fiber (max) 80g/kg (8%), ADF (max) 96g/kg (9.6%), Ash (max) 90g/kg (9%), Calcium (min) 10g/kg (1%), Calcium (max) 15g/kg (1.5%), Phosphorus (min) 7000mg/kg (0.7%), Digestible energy (min), 3100kcal/kg, Methionine (min) 1950mg/kg, Lysine (min) 7000mg/kg, Gamma Oryzanol (min) 650mg/kg, Saccharomyces cerevisiae (min) 5x10E9UFC/kg, Vitamin A (min) 9000UI/kg, Vitamin D3 (min) 1800UI/kg, Vitamin E (min) 180UI/kg, Vitamin B1 (min) 9mg/kg, Vitamin B2 (min) 7.2mg/kg, Biotin (min) 3mg/kg, Copper (min) 30mg/kg, Iron (min) 78mg/kg, Iodine (min) 0.75mg/kg, Manganese (min) 96mg/kg, Selenium (min) 0.3mg/kg, Cobalt (min) 0.21mg/kg, Zinc (min) 120mg/kg.
Adjust the amount to be provided from 1 to 1.5 kg for every 100kg of body weight according to the nutritional status of the animal, availability and quality of forrages, and the level of physical activity.
A line consisting of high performance products, destined for animals assigned to equestrian activities that involve greater demands. This line offers foods with modern nutrient profiles, prepared with the most suitable raw materials, meeting animals in growth, reproduction, activity and even for older equids. Cooking and rolling grains, molassing and the use of extruded particles, as energy sources, is a strong characteristic of the high-performance line.