Granutop - Horse

Granutop - Horse

The powerful trio for gut health
  • BT-Brewer‘s yeast, apple pulp and linseed thistle oil - nothing else
  • for digestion
  • for coat & hooves
  • for muscular system & rideability
  • for healthy gut flora

Granutop is also available for dogs. More information >

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marstall Granutop supports the immune system and digestion as well as helping to achieve a glossy coat, strong hooves, good muscle and rideability. The combination of brewer’s yeast, apple pulp and linseed thistle oil is highly effective.

marstall Granutop strengthens the gut flora and helps sensitive or stressed horses to get back in balance.

Horses today are often subjected to a wide variety of stress factors. Incorrect diet, poor care, mental stress or social factors can all
place strain on the horse and its gut. Environmental pollution or medication can also take their toll. The consequences often include digestive problems that show themselves as diarrhoea, colic or watery droppings. marstall Granutop can help with all this. This supplement consists of brewer’s yeast, apple pulp and linseed thistle oil - a powerful trio for gut health.

Brewer’s yeast ensures a better balance of microorganisms in the gut (eubiosis). This has a positive effect on the breakdown of raw
fibre and thus on pH regulation and nutrient absorption. Poor fermentation and excess acid in the gut occur less frequently, making it possible to avoid diarrhoea and colic. The brewer‘s yeast used in marstall Granutop contains lots of minerals, trace elements and vitamins. The high levels of zinc and biotin, together with vitamins B1, B2 and B6 support the coat and hooves and encourage a faster moult. Brewer‘s yeast also helps to build healthy muscle.

The linseed thistle oil contained in marstall Granutop is especially rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids that the body is unable to produce itself. Valuable omega-3 fatty acids have an anti-inflammatory effect. The third key component, apple pulp, provides an extra portion of raw fibre and pectin. The high pectin levels, like the brewer‘s yeast, encourage the development of gut flora and thus indirectly support the immune system and the production of key vitamins in the gut. What’s more, apple pulp is very tasty which is why horses love to eat marstall Granutop.

Diet feed supplement for horses
Diet feed supplement for dogs

Composition of marstall Granutop

Brewers’ grains (47.00 %), brewers’ yeast (31.00 %), apple pulp, dried (20.00 %), linseed thistle oil (2.00 %)

Important: Brewer‘s yeast contains hordenine and is therefore controlled medication according to the EADCM guidelines of the FEI. Granutop is therefore legal in training, but forbidden in competition.

Nutritional analysis and energy per kg of marstall Granutop

Crude protein

26.00 %

pcd* crude protein

149.00 g

Raw oils and fats

8.00 %

Crude fibre

12.00 %

Crude ash

5.00 %

Starch

7,50 %

Sugar

1,80 %

Energy (DE)

13.00 MJ

Energy (ME)

10.60 MJ

Lysine*

1.20 %

Methionine

0.50 %

Sodium

0.10 %

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

Feeding recommendations for marstall Granutop …

… to support digestion

Large horse (approx. 600 kg body weight)

200 g/day

Small horse/Pony (approx. 300 kg body weight)

100 g/day

… over 2 to 3 weeks in stressful situations, e. g. digestive problems, moulting, pregnancy, lactation, covering, stable change

Large horse (approx. 600 kg body weight)

500 g/day

Small horse/Pony (approx. 300 kg body weight)

250 g/day

Measuring scoop for precise portioning enclosed.

Additional information

Diet feed supplement for horses to regulate chronic disturbances of colon function. The recommended feeding period is initially up to 6 months. It is generally recommended to consult a specialist before feeding a diet feed supplement.

Feeding advice

Ensure access to sufficient structural forage of at least 1.5 kg/100 kg body weight per day, and free access to fresh, clean water.

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