For joints, tendons and ligaments
  • for strong tendons, ligaments & joints
  • provides joints with nutrients to combat wear and tear
  • ideal for young horses, sports horses & veterans
Call for Price Bucket 1.5 kg

marstall Kollagen provides joint cartilage, tendons and ligaments with natural amino acids, as a precaution and to fight wear and tear. The amino acids glycine and proline, contained in collagen hydrolysate, play an important role in collagen metabolism which is especially important for cartilage and tissue.

Studies* recommend the use of collagen hydrolysate for horses including youngsters in training.

marstall Kollagen contains pure, food quality collagen hydrolysate. Scientific studies* have shown that it can lead to positive effects such as less cartilage wear, supporting the cartilage growth and improving the tissue structure.

marstall Kollagen has been proven to help young horses, under a dual load from growth and training, sports horses and (older) horses with existing musculoskeletal changes.

*Moskowitz et al. 2000; Weh & Petau 2001; Weide 2004; Appelt 2005

Diet feed supplement for horses

Composition of marstall Kollagen

Gelatine, as Powder (100,00 %)

EADCM conform acc. FEI.

Nutritional analysis and energy per kg of marstall Kollagen

Crude protein

97.00 %

Crude ash

1.50 %


3.80 %


22.20 %


12.30 %

Feeding recommendations for marstall Kollagen …

… as an intensive treatment for degenerative joint disease

at least over 2 to 3 months

Small horse/pony

approx. 20 g = approx. 1 1/3 scoops/day


approx. 40 g = approx. 2 ½ scoops/day


approx. 60 g = approx. 4 scoops/day

… for sports horses, growing horses (youngsters) and older horses

long term

Small horse/pony

approx. 15 g = approx. 1 scoop/day


approx. 30 g = approx. 2 scoops/day


approx. 40 g = approx. 2 ½ scoops/day

1 level measuring scoop = approx. 15 grams

Feeding advice

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

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