AGF04000

Protein light Flakes

Low-Protein Blend of Grasses

  • without herbs, appropriate for horses with allergies, warm air-dried
  • to balance protein-rich feed in form of pasture or haylage
  • fast, easy, uncomplicated, ready for feeding in 5 minutes
  • appropriate in case of liver and kidney problems for horses that are dependent on low contents of protein
  • specific low-protein blend of grasses
  • Commercial form:
    15 kg Paperbag

"You are what you eat" - this applies to horses, too. Balanced and healthy nutrition is indispensable for the welfare and health of horses.

Many horse owners see proteins as a provoction. Others view proteins as a key nutrient for building muscle mass and as a precondition for success in sports.
Proteins are essential for building up and maintaining bodily tissue, muscles, and fertility.

Protein requirements differ. Excessive protein consumption that is not matched to requirements does not improve performance, but negatively impacts the metabolism. Excess protein has to be excreted via the liver and kidneys at an additional expenditure of energy. The formation of many liver detoxifying enzymes depends on trace elements.
This means that excessive protein uptake can lead to a deficit of trace elements, which in turn may cause allergies and exzemas. In other words, the right protein content is very important.
Many horses require feed that is low in protein. For instance, comparisons between northern (e.g. Norwegian, Icelandic) and southern horse breeds (Arabians, thoroughbreds) have shown that protein requirements are about 10 percent lower of the northern horse breeds.
Scientific findings and observations highlight that horses often have an oversupply of protein when they are pastured, especially in spring and autumn. Basic feed that is low in protein and high in raw fiber can help create better balance.

Unfortunately, some horses develop an intolerance to certain active substances contained in herbs. Some horses dislike eating herbs, causing them to spurn herb-based feed.

PRE ALPIN Protein Light Flakes is a basic feed with an extremely low protein content and without added herbs. It consists of grasses that are particularly low in protein and is produced without compressing aids or protein-lowering additives such as straw or bran.
 

  • high in fiber
  • free of mildew and dust
  • special low protein mix of grasses
  • low fructan content
  • free of herbs


AREAS OF USE

  • as basic feed (100 % hay substitute)
  • for entancement of hay, silage, pasture
  • in spring and fall during pasture time when the grass is young and therefore contains a lot of protein but little crude fiber
  • in case of respiratory problems due to dust, herbs and mould in the basic feed
  • in case of protein hypersensitivitiy
  • for a low-protein diet
  • for horses that are allergic to herbs or that should not consume additional herbs due to a homoeopathic treatment

 


 


 

Feeding Recommendation

  • as basic feed (100% hay substitute) approximately 1,2 to 1,5 kg per 100 kg ideal body weight per day
  • as concentrated feed: 1,2 kg substitute approximately 1 kg of grain
  • for enhancement of the basic feed: 1 kg substitutes approximately 1 kg of hay
  • introduce new feed gradually

AGROBS® recommends softening the flakes through soaking.

Composition

Single feed for horses, ingredients:
Grasses 

Analytic components:
 
Crude protein 6.60 % Fructan 5.92 %
Crude oils and fats 1.80 % Zinc 18.00 mg/kg
Crude fibre 28.30 % Manganese 39.00 mg/kg
Crude ash 5.10 % Copper 3.40 mg/kg
Calcium 0.33 % Selenium < 0.04 mg/kg
Phosphorus 0.24 % Lysine 0.28 %
Magnesium 0.12 % Methionine 0.10 %
Chloride 0.28 % Cystine 0.06 %
Sodium 0.003 % Threonine 0.23 %
Potassium 1.36 % Digestible energy 8.10 DE MJ/kg
Sulphur 0.11 % Metabolisable energy 7.00 ME MJ/kg
Starch 5.50 % Precaec. dig. crude protein 3.64 %
Sugar 11.10 %    

The analysed values are of native origin.

Status 01/2020

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