Natural source of pro-biotics (lactobacillus and saccharomyces species) to aid in gastro-intertinal health and function.
- Probiotics: Saccharomyces
- cerevisae: 1x109 colony forming units per 50 g
- Lactobacillus sp.: 1x105 colony forming units per 50 g
- Aniseed Lure: A natural additive that improves palatability and intake.
- Protein 86,0 g/kg
- Calcium 0,25 mg/kg
- Carbohydrates 120 g/kg
- Phosphorous 2,70 mg/kg
- Minerals 16,0 g/kg Chromium 0,45 mg/kg
- Nucleic Acids 16,0 g/kg
- Selenium 0,02 mg/kg
- Lipids 8,0 g/kg
- Pantothenic acid 14,0 mg/kg
- Thiamine 18,0 mg/kg
- Niacin 90,0 mg/kg
- Riboflavin 7,0 mg/kg
- Choline 800 mg/kg
- Biotin 0,26 mg/kg
- Pyridoxine 5,6 mg/kg
- Folic Acid 2,0 mg/kg
Pleasure horses : Feed 25 g per head per day
Work horses & Foals: Feed 50 g per head per day
Increases cellulolytic, lactic acid in the intestinal lumen.
Improved beneficial bacterial counts aid with the digestion of fibre. Regulates the invasive capacity of e.g. E.coli, Enterococci and Streptococci spp. by competitive exclusion and improved immune status. Beneficial probiotics produce acid end products which lower the pH of the intestinal lumen and thus exert antibacterial effect. Aids in supplying the horse with a continual source of essential vitamins and micro-minerals B-vitamin synthesis improves coat and hair condition of horses. A natural source of Lactobacillus spp. to aid the utilization of feed concentrates. High levels of glutamate and nucleotides disguise the bitter and sour tastes in natural feed ingredients, thus enhancing palatability.