Vito

Vito

The cereal-free muesli
  • added energy
  • also suitable for sports horses
  • with high levels of vitamins & minerals
  • cereal-free & molasses-free
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marstall Vito is the cereal-free muesli for all horses with feedrelated metabolic problems. This reduced starch and sugar blend contains no molasses and is rich in crude fibre, oils, vitamin E, zinc and selenium.

marstall Vito is ideal for all leisure and sports horses - even those requiring a cereal-free diet

If a horse is diagnosed with a metabolic disorder such as polysaccharide storage myopathy (PSSM), equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) or Cushing’s disease, this no longer means the end of its career as a riding or driving horse. With an appropriate care, exercise and feeding plan, even horses with metabolic disorders and their owners can still live life to the full.

Our marstall Vito is based on hay fibre and contains no cereals or molasses. As a low sugar and starch muesli, Vito is the ideal feed for horses with metabolic disorders, an intolerance to sugar and starch, or those with a tendency towards diet-related laminitis. marstall Vito contains high levels of zinc, vitamin E and antiinflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, corresponding to scientific recommendations. Its high oil content means that marstall Vito can also
provide sports horses with large amounts of cereal-free energy while still being gentle on the stomach. Our marstall Vito is rounded off with delicious natural ingredients such as carrot and garlic flakes.

For horses with dental problems or which rush their food, we recommend feeding marstall Vito soaked with around one litre of water per litre of marstall Vito.

Feed supplement for horses

Composition of marstall Vito

Grass, dried at high temperature (78.00 %), rapeseed oil, refined, (5.00 %), alfalfa, dried at high temperatures (4.00 %), carrot flakes (3.00 %), apple pulp, dried (1.50 %), sodium chloride (0.90 %), calcium carbonate (0.80 %), garlic flakes (0.50 %), linseed (0.50 %), monocalcium phosphate (0.50 %), magnesium oxide (0.30 %), brewer‘s yeast (0.25 %)

EADCM conform acc. FEI

Nutritional analysis and energy per kg of marstall Vito

Crude protein

11.50 %

pcd* crude protein

58.00 g

Crude fat

8.00 %

Crude fibre

19.00 %

Crude ash

12.00 %

Energy (DE)

10.50 MJ

Energy (ME)

9.00 MJ

Calcium

0.90 %

Phosphorus

0.40 %

Sodium

0.50 %

Magnesium

0.40 %

Starch

3.50 %

Sugar

5.90 %

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

 

Nutritional additives per kg of marstall Vito

Fat-soluble vitamins

Vitamin A

13,500.00 I.E.

Vitamin D3

1,000.00 I.E.

Vitamin E

720.00 mg

Vitamin K3

4.50 mg

 

Water-soluble vitamins

Vitamin C

90.00 mg

Vitamin B1

30.00 mg

Vitamin B2

12.00 mg

Vitamin B6/Pyridoxine Hydrochloride

30.00 mg

Vitamin B12/Cyanocobalamin

120.00 mcg

Biotin

1,200.00 mcg

Folic acid

10.00 mg

Choline chloride

270.00 mg

Calcium D-pantothenate

35.00 mg

Niacin

25.00 mg

Trace elements

Iron as monohydrate iron (II) sulphate

170.00 mg

Copper as copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate

55.00 mg

Zinc as zinc oxide

300.00 mg

Manganese as manganese (II) oxide

125.00 mg

Iodine as anhydrous calcium iodate

1.00 mg

Selenium as sodium selenite

0.90 mg

Feeding recommendations for marstall Vito as a single concentrated feed

Small horse/pony

 approx. 250 g per 100 kg body weight/day

Thoroughbred

 approx. 300 g per 100 kg body weight/day

Warmblood

approx. 350 g per 100 kg body weight/day

Example feed per day for a 550 kg horse as a single concentrated feed in addition to hay

No work/Light work

 approx. 1.0 to 2.0 kg

Moderate work

 approx. 2.0 to 3.0 kg

We recommend feeding Vito soaked (pour approx. 1 litre of water over 1 litre of Vito and leave to absorb for 15 to 20 minutes). This is especially important for horses which rush their food, those which are jealous at feed time or those with dental problems, poor digestion, etc.

1 litre of marstall Vito = approx. 540 grams

Feeding advice

All specified feed quantities are to be given throughout the day in several small feeds. Our recommendations assume a roughage intake (hay) of 1.5 kg per 100 kg body weight per day.

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