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Keeping it “green”!
AlpenGrün Mash consists primarily of Prenatura®-Fibers, made up of leaves and seeds of air-dried grasses and herbs. Thanks to their high nutrient content, e.g. trace elements, vitamins and phytochemicals, Prenatura®-Fibers provide horses with highly-digestible fiber, enhancing intestine well-being and encouraging the growth of useful intestinal flora.
Linseed granulate (cyanide free) and psyllium seeds provide a high content of mucins (gums) and the additional unsaturated fats have a positive effect on skin and fur.
AlpenGrün Mash is rounded off with beetroot, carrot, apple and parsnip which makes the Mash particularly tasty. Dried rose-hip skins support a healthy immune system and fennel and caraway seeds aid digestion further.
- cereal and bran free
- rich in fiber
- furthers digestion
- rich in intestine-nutrifying mucins
- rich in nutrients
- particularly tasty
- molasses free
- quick and easy to prepare
- daily treatment feeding possible
- cost-effective thanks to high yield
RANGE OF USE
- horses with sensitive metabolism (laminitis, EMS, PSSM, Cushing, KPU)
- before and during moulting
- prevention for horses with sensitive digestion
- digestion problems
- for regeneration or as additional feed
- for older horses
- healthy supplement to normal feed ration
Feed additive for horses
Prenatura@-Fibers, linseed granulate (cyanide free), apple pomace, Pre Alpin Struktur Fibers, carrot, beetroot, parsnip, oil mixture cold-pressed (linseed oil, camelina oil), psyllium seeds, rose-hip skins (seedless), fennel, caraway seeds
|Precaec. dig. protein
|Oils and fat
||digestible energy (GfE 2003)
||10,3 DE MJ / kg
||metabolizable energy (GfE 2014)
||8,9 ME MJ / kg
- Add hot, not boiling, water to 80 ? 100g AlpenGrün Mash per 100kg body weight and stir well. Leave to soak for 5-10 minutes and feed when still lukewarm. In summer, AlpenGrün Mash can be prepared with cold water.
- Ratio of AlpenGrün Mash to water = 1 : 3 to 1 : 7 (e.g.: 0.5kg AlpenGrün Mash : 1.5l water)
- For horses with lower feeding needs, normal fodder amount should be reduced accordingly.