Low protein, low energy pellet suitable for good doers and ponies or horses prone to obesity. This product contains highly concentrated minerals, trace minerals and vitamins and meets the daily nutritional requirements of horses and ponies when fed at low intake levels.
Low Cal Feed
Reg. No. V 20242 (Act/Wet 36/1947)
|g/kg||Example of 1.5kg Low Cal mixed with 1.5kg oats (g/kg)*|
|Ca:P||2.3:1||1.9:1 to 2:1|
*It is assumed that the protein content of the oats is a minimum of 90g/kg
Lucerne, wheaten bran, hominy chop, liquid sugar cane molasses.
Salt, feed lime, mono-calcium phosphate, Vitamins A, D, E, K, B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, choline, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, copper, cobalt, iodine, selenium, organic selenium, chromium, potassium, lysine, methionine, threonine, live yeast, mould inhibitor.
Feed Fat Ponies: 750g Low Cal Pellets without oats; Ponies in work: 1kg Low Cal Pellets mixed with 1 – 2kg of oats daily according to body weight, condition, metabolism, reproduction stage, growth rate and forage quality.
Feed Fat Hores: 1kg of Low Cal Pellets with no oats. Feed Performance Horses: 1.5 – 2kg Low Cal Pellets with 1.5 – 4kg of oats daily according to body weight, condition, metabolism, reproduction stage, growth rate and forage quality.
Feed concentrated feed with ad lib good quality hay and/or pastures.
Hay should be fed at a minimum of 1-2.5% of body mass.
Introduce any new concentrated feed gradually over a period of 10 – 14 days.
These feeding instructions are meant as a guideline; please contact the manufacturer for more individualized feeding recommendations