St. Hippolyt Equilac Pellets
When the mare and foal are well after the birth and the foal finds its way to the milk source on shaky legs, the breeder is very relieved and happy. By properly feeding the mare during pregnancy and lactation, we can create the decisive basis for transforming the little bearer of hope into a healthy sport and leisure companion.
- Well-balanced protein-energy ratio
- With herbs, seaweed, oils and oil fruits
- Rich in essential amino acids
- Optimal proportion of trace elementsFEED FERTILITY
Three months before the planned mating date, the ration should have a high content of vital substances but moderate energy value. Additional doses of Beta-Carotene-Mare-Y-Mix, trace elements (“MicroVital”) and nucleotides (“High Performer”) improve the ability to conceptualize. After the successful occupancy, attention must still be paid to micronutrient-rich but energy-adapted feeding. At the beginning of the last third of pregnancy, you should switch to Equilac broodmare feed.
NUTRIENTS FOR TWO
The proven Equilac broodmare feed was developed on the basis of many years of experience in thoroughbred breeding. It is suitable for all horse breeds. Equilac contains particularly high-quality proteins. In addition to an optimal protein-energy ratio, all minerals, trace elements and vitamins are combined in a needs-based ratio that the growing foal needs for healthy development. Brewer’s yeast, seedlings, numerous maritime components and other suppliers of vital substances complete the recipe.
As a supplement to the daily basic diet of roughage and/or pasture grass, we recommend slowly replacing the current concentrate feed with Equilac from the 8th month of gestation.
9th to 11th month of gestation:
Approximately 400-500 g per 100 kg body weight per day.
Divide this total amount over several feedings per day.
For mares which have difficulties in maintaining their weight or losing it, increase the quantity by approx. 10-15 %. Oats can also be fed additionally if necessary.
For mares which are fattening or becoming too heavy, reduce the quantity by approx. 10-15 %.
1st-3rd month of lactation:
Increase Equilac to 600 g per 100 kg body weight per day, as the highest milk yield is expected around the 2nd month of lactation.
From the 5th month of lactation onwards:
Phase out Equilac.
Stop feeding the broodmare when the foal is weaned.
1 litre corresponds to approximately 750 g of Equilac Classic.
Due to the higher content of vitamins and trace elements compared to complete feed, this supplementary feed may only be given to horses up to 33.3% of the daily ration (incl. hay).
Barley flakes, maize germ, alfalfa husk, oat bran, barley germ, oilseed mixture (linseed, sunflower seed, fennel seed, black cumin seed) 6.6%, wheat bran, beet fibre, apple fibre, maize flakes, herbs (peppermint, coriander, hibiscus, anise seed) 2.8%, oat flakes 2%, apple syrup, grass chaff warmly air-dried, seaweed meal, pea protein, salt, calcium carbonate (marine and mineral), cold-pressed oil mixture (linseed oil, sunflower oil, maize germ oil, black cumin oil) 0.8%, beer yeast, carrots, dicalcium phosphate, magnesium acetate.
Crude protein 12.00 %
Crude fat 6.00 %
Crude fiber 13,00 %
crude ash 9.60
Digested crude protein 94 g/kg
Digested energy 12.5 MJ/kg
Convertible energy 11.3 MJ/kg
Starch 21.90 %
Sugar 3.80 %
Phosphorous 0.50 %
magnesium 0.35 %
Sodium 0.48 %
Lysine 0.60 %
Methionine 0.30 %
Additions per kg
Vitamin A 3a672a 22 000 IU
Vitamin D3 3a671 2 500 IU
Vitamin E 3a700 320,0 mg
Vitamin B1 3a821 13,0 mg
Vitamin B2 / riboflavin 3a825i 13.0 mg
Vitamin B6 / pyridoxine hydrochloride 3a831 7.0 mg
Vitamin B12 / Cyanocobalamin 50.0 mg
Biotin 3a880 270.0 mcg
Calcium D-pantothenate 3a841 26.0 mg
Choline chloride 3a890 230.0 mg
Niacin 3a314 50.0 mg
Folic acid 3a316 7.0 mg
Iron as ferrous sulphate monohydrate 3b103 and
ferroglycine chelate hydrate 3b108 150.0 mg
Zinc as zinc sulphate monohydrate 3b605 and
glycine-zinc chelate hydrate 3b607 200,0 mg
Manganese as manganese (II) sulphate, monohydrate 3b503 and
glycine-manganese chelate hydrate 3b506 130,0 mg
Copper as copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate 3b405 and
Copper (II) glycine chelate hydrate 3b413 50,0 mg
Cobalt as cobalt(II) carbonate 3b302 5.0 mg
Selenium as sodium selenite 3b801 0.6 mg
Iodine as calcium iodate, anhydrous 3b202 2.0 mg