If some horse is literally bitten by the oats, the horse owner should resort to other types of grain. Highly digested barley flakes, together with oleaginous fruits, oils and fibres, provide the energy that even makes temperamental horses well-balanced sports and leisure partners! The well-balanced Reform “G” is particularly suitable for feeding spirited and difficult-to-feed riding horses.
- Particularly tasty and nourishing
- Highly solubilized cereal flakes
- oat free
- With herbs, seaweed, oils and oil fruits
DIVERSE ENERGY SOURCES WITHOUT OATS
In addition to highly processed barley and corn flakes, corn germ, linseed and sunflower seeds, the Reform “G” contains high-quality cold-pressed oils. In addition, tasty, fermentable fibers such as apple fibers, beet fibers and alfalfa chaff serve as energy suppliers. The protein content is moderate, with a needs-adapted amino acid pattern. Thus, Reform “G” not only provides excellent energy for the working horse, but also supports the gentle weight gain of lean horses.
FOR GOOD DIGESTION
The intact plant fibers and dried fruits provide carbohydrates that increase the activity of the intestinal bacteria and thus support the bacterial synthesis of energy-rich fatty acids and essential vitamins in the large intestine. In addition, linseed and brewer’s yeast stimulate intestinal motility and protect the mucous membranes. In addition to the digestive carbohydrates, a fine mixture of herbs and spices stimulates appetite and chewing activity.
As a supplement to the basic fodder supply with roughage and/or pasture grass. From an amount of approx. 500-800 g per 100 kg body weight and day , no additional mineral feed is necessary. The total amount should be divided into several rations. In the case of lower dosages or supply deficits, we recommend adding SemperMin or MicroVital.
1 liter corresponds to approx. 600 g
information This supplementary feed may only be fed to horses up to 83.3% of the daily ration (incl. hay) because of the higher content of vitamins and trace elements compared to complete feed. Please follow the feeding recommendations.