The practical portion of mash
  • regulates gut function
  • quick to prepare - delicious warm or cold
  • with herbs
  • cereal-free & molasses-free
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marstall Bergwiesen-Mash is the cereal-free and low sugar alternative to traditional mash. Its extremely easily digestible recipe is kind to the gut, promotes digestion and stimulates the appetite - without cereals, molasses or artificial sugars, bran or flavourings and without added vitamins and minerals.

Rich Allgäu grasses, beneficial herbs and ingredients proven to aid digestion such as linseed, brewer’s grains and brewer‘s yeast help to keep the stomach and gut healthy.

marstall Bergwiesen-Mash does your horse good, mixed warm or cold

The beneficial and dietetic effect of mash has been known for millennia. For generations, stable managers have used warm feeds in a variety of situations, such as for (chronic) digestive problems, before and during moulting, during recovery and recuperation, for horses with a sensitive metabolism, older horses, those with dental problems ...

marstall Bergwiesen-Mash combines the positive properties of traditional warm cereal mash with a completely cereal-free and therefore reduced starch recipe.

Gently warm-air dried and finely chopped Allgäu grass forms the basis. This is rich in natural essentials such as secondary plant materials. It provides crude fibre with prebiotic properties that help to stabilise gut flora. The Previta fibres keep insulin levels low, aiding the metabolism and supporting digestion.

Linseed meal extract and yellow-gold linseeds produce essential mucus that creates a protective film over the sensitive mucous membranes in the gut and has a positive effect on digestion as a soluble fibre. Furthermore, its high levels of protein and fats add conditioning nutrients and anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids to the mash.

Brewer’s grains and brewer‘s yeast have also been proven to have a positive effect on gut flora and a rich in essential vital elements. Beneficial and aromatic herbs and apple pulp, rich in dietary fibre and flavour, complete the recipe.

Diet feed supplement for horses

Composition of marstall Bergwiesen-Mash

Grass, dried at high temperatures (from the Allgäu’s permanent pastures) (35.00 %), extracted linseed shred (22.50 %), apple pulp, dried (20.00 %), linseed (10.00 %), rapeseed oil, refined (3.00 %),chicory pulp (dried), herbs (nettle, eucalyptus, coriander, fennel seed, marshmallow leaves, thyme, camomile, fenugreek, birch leaves, anise, spruce needles, ribwort plantain, cacrudeay, sage, juniper berries, garlic) (2.00 %), calcium carbonate (0.80 %), brewers’ grains, brewer‘s yeast (0.80 %), fenugreek seeds (ground), sodium chloride

EADCM conform acc. FEI

Nutritional analysis and energy per kg of marstall Bergwiesen-Mash

Crude protein

14.80 %

pcd* crude protein

98.00 g

Crude fat

8.50 %

Crude fibre

16.40 %

Crude ash

7.00 %

Energy (DE)

11.30 MJ

Energy (ME)

9.80 MJ


0.90 %


0.40 %


0.25 %


0.25 %


4.50 %


5.00 %

*pcd = precaecal digestibility = can be digested in the small intestine = available to the horse


Feeding recommendations for marstall Bergwiesen-Mash ToGo as a single concentrated feed

Small horse/pony

 1 portion pack per day

Large horse

1 to 2 portion packs per day

Please see the preparation instructions.

1 litre of marstall Bergwiesen-Mash = approx. 400 grams

In the 350-g portion bag, it is quick and easy to prepare - fill, swell, feed!

  1. Open the bag & fill up with approx. 1 l of hot or cold water.
  2. Close the cap well & let it steep for 15 to 20 minutes.
  3. Check temperature if necessary & feed lukewarm in the trough.
The cereal-free mash portion for on the go is also ideal as a gift.

Additional information

marstall Bergwiesen-Mash is a diet feed supplement for horses for use as a balancer for

  • chronic problems with hindgut function 1)
  • chronic insufficiency in foregut function 1)
  • and for convalescence/if underweight 2)

The recommended feeding duration is

  • 1) up to 6 months initially
  • 2) until fully recovered

We recommend seeking veterinary advice before initial feeding or extending the feeding of this product.

Feeding advice

Our recommendations assume a roughage intake (hay) of 1.5 kg per 100 kg body weight per day.

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