Zuchtmüsli

Zuchtmüsli

For brood mares and stallions
  • with pure amino acids
  • with beta-carotene, extra copper & organic selenium
  • for fertility, foetal development & milk production
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marstall Zuchtmüsli (breeding muesli) consists of oats, easily digestible hydrothermally macerated cereal flakes, pure amino acids and other top quality protein ingredients and omega-3 fatty acids. The muesli blend is also fortified with important minerals, trace elements and extra beta-carotene.

Our marstall Zuchtmüsli is perfectly designed for the needs of stallions and pregnant or lactating mares.

With purely oats-hay/grass feeding, brood mares often become malnourished, especially after 8 months’ gestation and during lactation. marstall Zuchtmüsli covers the increased energy requirements of these mares with easily digestible, hydrothermally macerated cereal flakes, oats and oils containing omega-3 fatty acids. Alongside pure, 100 % usable L-Lysine, our marstall Zuchtmüsli includes additional quality protein ingredients such as soya and brewer’s yeast containing high levels of Leucinee, methionine and other pure essential amino acids. These are key for foetal growth and the production of milk proteins. Supplementing as required with calcium, phosphorus, copper, zinc and manganese ensures healthy development of foals’ joints and bones.

Organic selenium from selenium-enriched yeast improves the vitality and immunity of the unborn foal and later also improves the quality of the mare‘s
milk. Combined with vitamin E and beta-carotene, seleniumenriched yeast also helps with delivery of the placenta and can aid subsequent fertility. Appropriate levels of zinc, beta-carotene, vitamin A and E have a key and positive effect on colostrum quality.

Stallions also benefit from feeding marstall Zuchtmüsli. The pure amino acids, selenium, beta-carotene, vitamin A and vitamin E it contains can improve sperm quantities and quality. Furthermore, our marstall Zuchtmüsli also bolsters condition and presence and balances the nerves.

For mares which struggle to gain weight or are covered while receiving winter feed, it is worth supplementing their feed with extra beta-carotene and top quality protein from around four weeks before covering until 3 weeks’ gestation. Pregnant mares then do not need additional nutritional supplements until 7 months’ gestation. From 8 months’ gestation, the foal is developing rapidly inside the mother, significantly increasing the mare‘s feed requirements. The same applies for the lactation (suckling) phase after the birth.

Feed supplement for horses

Composition of marstall Zuchtmüsli

Maize flakes (22.00 %), barley flakes (20.00 %), oats (15.00 %), soya bean meal, steam heated (15.00 %), semolina bran (10.00 %), maize gluten feed (6.00 %), rapeseed oil, refined (3.00 %), beet molasses (3.00 %), brewer‘s yeast (2.00 %), calcium carbonate (1.50 %), sodium chloride (0.50 %), magnesium oxide (0.25 %)

EADCM conform acc. FEI.

Nutritional analysis and energy per kg of marstall Zuchtmüsli

Crude protein

16.00 %

pcd* crude protein

114.00 g

Crude fat

6.00 %

Crude fibre

5.50 %

Crude ash

6.00 %

Energy (DE)

13.00 MJ

Energy (ME)

11.10 MJ

Calcium

0.95 %

Phosphorus

0.45 %

Sodium

0.25 %

Magnesium

0.25 %

Amino acids

Lysine*

0.90 %

SAS (Methionine + Cysteine)*

0.40 %

Leucine*

0.95 %

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

 

Nutritional additives per kg of marstall Zuchtmüsli

Fat-soluble vitamins

Vitamin A

18,000.00 I.E.

Beta-Carotin

50.00 mg

Vitamin D3

1,800.00 I.E.

Vitamin E

300.00 mg

Vitamin K3

4.00 mg

Water-soluble vitamins

Vitamin C

65.00 mg

Vitamin B1

18.00 mg

Vitamin B2

10.00 mg

Vitamin B6/Pyridoxine Hydrochloride

5.00 mg

Vitamin B12/Cyanocobalamin

80.00 mcg

Biotin

160.00 mcg

Folic acid

5.00 mg

Choline chloride

300.00 mg

Calcium D-pantothenate

20.00 mg

Niacin

45.00 mg

Trace elements

Iron as monohydrate iron (II) sulphate

130.00 mg

Copper as copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate

40.00 mg

Zinc as zinc oxide

180.00 mg

Manganese as manganese (II) oxide

120.00 mg

Iodine as anhydrous calcium iodate

0.80 mg

Selenium as sodium selenite

0.40 mg

Selenium in organic form from Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 (inactivated selenium-enriched yeast)

0.30 mg

Feeding recommendations for marstall Zuchtmüsli

For mares during gestation...

... 8th month of gestation

Small horse/pony 350 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Thoroughbred 380 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Warmblood 410 g per 100 kg body weight/day

... 9th month of gestation

Small horse/pony 500 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Thoroughbred 520 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Warmblood 500 g per 100 kg body weight/day

... 10th and 11th month of gestation

Small horse/pony 600 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Thoroughbred 610 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Warmblood 600 g per 100 kg body weight/day

For mares during lactation...

... 1st * to 2nd month

Small horse/pony 800 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Thoroughbred 900 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Warmblood 820 g per 100 kg body weight/day

*Increase to specified amount within the first 2 weeks’ lactation

... 3rd month

Small horse/pony 750 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Thoroughbred 770 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Warmblood 660 g per 100 kg body weight/day

... 4th to 6th month

Small horse/pony 550 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Thoroughbred 560 g per 100 kg body weight/day
Warmblood 500 g per 100 kg body weight/day

… for stallions standing at stud

Quantities are the same as for a mare at 8 months’ gestation. Balance feeds with oats and marstall Amino-Muskel Plus as required.

Example feed per day for a 600 kg horse

Approx. 2.0 to 2.5 kg/day marstall Zuchtmüsli + approx. 2 to 3 kg oats + 50 g marstall Amino-Muskel Plus

1 litre of marstall Zuchtmüsli = approx. 520 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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