Knoblauch

Knoblauch

Valuable essential oils
  • supports the immune system, circulation & metabolism
  • natural fly repellent
  • tasty, 100 % natural & practical
Call for Price Can 500 g

marstall Knoblauch supports your horse’s immune system and metabolism and ensures good circulation. It is also a natural way to keep insects away.

marstall Knoblauch has many positive effects.

This much-loved medicinal plant is rich in essential oils and has a number of different beneficial effects, e.g. antibacterial, antiviral, antimicrobial, anticoagulant and also protects the heart and liver. Some of these effects are proven, some have been described for centuries. marstall Knoblauch flakes are gently dried and, unlike fresh garlic, keep well, are practical to measure and easy to mix with feed.

Single feed for horses

Composition of marstall Knoblauch

Garlic flakes (100,00 %)

EADCM conform acc. FEI.


Nutritional analysis and energy per kg of marstall Knoblauch

Crude protein

14.80 %

Crude fat

0.30 %

Crude fibre

2.00 %

Crude ash

2.70 %

Feeding recommendations for marstall Knoblauch …

… as a long term supplement

All year round or seasonally for at least 2 to 3 months during summer

Small horse/pony

approx. 20 g = approx. 2 scoops/day

Thoroughbred      

approx. 30 g = approx. 3 scoops/day

Warmblood

approx. 40 g = approx. 4 scoops/day

… as a short term supplement

e. g. as an insect repellent for athletic exertion and sweating in summer. At least 5 days before to 2 days after exertion.

Small horse/pony

approx. 30 g = approx. 3 scoops/day

Thoroughbred       

approx. 40 g = approx. 4 scoops/day

Warmblood

approx. 50 g = approx. 5 scoops/day

1 level measuring scoop = approx. 10 grams


Feeding advice

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

Feed mixed with usual food every day. Increase Knoblauch to the recommended daily dose over 3 to 5 days.

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