Gentle on the stomach and gut when the digestive system is stressed
  • stomach
  • with pectin-lecithin complex, magnesium and live yeast
  • scientifically verified
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Gastrointestinal problems are among the most common internal complaints in horses. Physical and psychological stress often put a strain on the sensitive digestive tract.

Good to know - ProGastro can be combined with medications, such as omeprazole, without any problems (Kohler et al. 2010).

ProGastro from marstall helps to soothe the stomach walls, control the production of stomach acid and keep the natural processes in the intestine healthy. Radical scavengers, especially vitamin C, can dampen oxidative stress and regulate the natural acid-base balance. In this way, they make a valuable contribution to hamonising the gastrointestinal environment and reducing the consequences of stress.

The ProGastro complex promotes the concentration of mucus in the gastric juice. This helps to protect the stomach wall from aggressive acid. The combination of magnesium hydroxide, pectin-lecithin complex and live yeast specifically supports the stomach (Köller et al. 2010).

Diet feed supplement for horses

Composition of marstall ProGastro

Plant extract (from Ficus glomerata), apple pectin, yeasts, magnesium hydroxide, lucerne



Nutritional analysis and energy per kg

Crude protein

12,10 %

Crude fat

2,20 %

Crude fibre

20,2 %

Crude ash

8,10 %

Nutritional additives per kg

Vitamin C as L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate

18.000 mg

Vitamin E

10.650 mg

Selenium from sodium selenite

3,7 mg

Technical additives


36,00 g

Feeding recommendation

... intensive supplement (approx. 10 days)

250 kg BW

3.0 MS/day

500 kg BW

4.0 MS/day

750 kg BW

5.0 MS/day

... subsequent (at least 2 to 4 weeks)

250 kg BW

1.5 MS/day

500 kg BW

2.0 MS/day

750 kg BW

2.5 MS/day

1 measuring spoon (MS, 150 ml) marstall ProGastro= 100 grams

Feeding advice

Distribute the powder over at least 2 portions per day. Mix with concentrated feed (e.g. Sinfonie) or mash. Do not exceed recommended feeding amounts. It is generally recommended to seek the advice of a professional before feeding a dietary feed.

This supplementary feed for horses may only be fed according to the recommendations given here due to the higher content of vitamins and trace elements compared to complete feeds.

Our recommendations are based on a roughage (hay) content of 1.5 kg per 100 kg live weight and day.

Meine Stute zeigt keine Anzeichen mehr, die auf Magenprobleme hinweisen würden.
Lara Wassermann, Leitende Redakteurin Mein Pferd
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