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Response Slow Energy Mix by Spillers 20 Kg

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Mix feed with controlled starch levels and high quantity of digestible fibre and oil mix formulated for excitable competition horses that need both control and power.
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Description

Controlled starch mix formulated for excitable competition horses that need both control and power. Contains highly digestible fibre and oil with a controlled starch level to provide sustained power. 

Provides high quality protein suited to the demands of a competition horse.

Includes a high specification micronutrient pack; including chelated minerals and antioxidant vitamins to support athletic performance.High in vitamin E to support muscle health.

Relatively low levels of starch in these feeds also mean that they are useful in the management of horses prone to tying up, colic etc.

Ingredientes:  Wheatfeed, Flaked barley, soya hulls (GM), oatfeed, Molasses, Rice bran, Sunflower Extract, Flaked peas, Calcium carbonate, Salt, Rapeseed oil,  soya bean meal (GM), vitamin E, vitamin & mineral premix, lysine.

Nutritional Specification

 

Digestible Energy (MJ/kg)

11.3

Oil (%)

5.00

Protein (%)

12.0

Fibre (%)

13.0

Starch (%)

22.0

Sugar (%)

4.5

Vitamin A (iu/kg)

11000

Vitamin D3 (iu/kg)

1500

Vitamin E (iu/kg)

300

Selenium (mg/kg)

0.30

Copper (mg/kg)

30

Zinc (mg/kg)

125

Feeding Instructions:

Use between 0.8% to 1.0% of your horse´s bodyweight in feed in combination with ad lib good quality hay and a salt block

For advice about how to manage long competition seasons and travel to guarantee your horse’s performance, contact your nutritionist at Horse1 or Spillers.