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PRE ALPIN PROTEIN LIGHT FLAKES
For horse breeds requiring a low protein feed eg. Norwegians, Icelandics
For horses with kidney or liver disease and need a low protein diet, this product can be fed as a total forage replacer. Can be fed combined with Maiscobs for build up and condition.
For horses prone to eczema and protein hypersensitivity.
For horses sensitive to herbs
"You are what you eat" - this also applies to horses. A balanced and healthy diet is essential for the well-being and health of horses. Proteins (proteins) are a red cloth for many horse owners. Others regard proteins as the main nutrient for building muscle mass and as a prerequisite for athletic success.
Proteins are indispensable for building and maintaining body tissue and muscle, it is the bodies building blocks but protein requirements can differ. An excessive intake of protein, which is not adapted to the horses needs, will not increase the performance, instead it puts a strain on the metabolism. Unnecessary protein must be excreted via the liver and kidneys with additional energy expenditure. The formation of many liver-detoxifying enzymes is sensitive to trace elements. As a result, trace element deficiency may develop from overfeeding protein. Allergies and eczema can be the result.
The right protein content is extremely important. Many horses depend on a low-protein diet. For example, in comparisons between northern horses (for example, Norwegians, Icelandics) and Southern horse breeds (Arabs, Thoroughbreds), it has been shown that the demand for protein in northern horse breeds is about 10% lower.
Scientific knowledge and experience proves that when grazing, especially in spring and autumn, the horses are often over-supplied with protein. Low-protein, raw-fibre-rich forage can provide a balance here.
Unfortunately, some horses have incompatibilities with certain active ingredients in herbs. Some horses are reluctant to eat herbs, so they refuse a feed containing them, we have ommited meadow herbs as an ingredients for this reason..
The right protein content is extremely important. Many horses depend on a low-protein diet. For example, the comparisons between northern horses ( Norwegians, Icelandics) and Southern horse breeds (Arabs, Thoroughbreds), it has been shown that the demand for protein in northern horse breeds is about 10% lower.
PRE ALPINE PROTEIN LIGHT FLAKES is a basic feed with an extremely low protein content and no herbal supplements. It consists of particularly low-protein grasses and is produced without pressing aids or protein-reducing admixtures such as straw or bran.
A special blend of low protein grasses from the foothills of the Bavarian Alps
100-500 grams per 100kg of body weight used as a feed
Full or partial hay replacer 1.2-1.5 kg per 100kg of body weight