Agrobs Spurenelemente Pur

€25,90
Article number: 114359
Availability: In stock (1000)

Agrobs Spurenelemente Pur

The trace elements zinc, selenium, copper, manganese, iodine and cobalt are essential for important metabolic functions in our horse’s bodies. Deficiencies from inadequate supply or increased requirements can result in a variety of mostly non-specific symptoms such as lethargy, susceptibility to infection or allergies, or unhealthy skin and hooves.

Spurenelemente pur is a horse feed that’s high in crude fibre and contains all important trace elements to compensate for such deficiencies.

Spurenelemente pur contains no cereals or molasses
  • to compensate for trace element deficiencies
  • assists in recovery after illness
  • as a supplement for increased requirements (e.g. for horses that are growing or that have increased sport performance demands, stress, or chronic illness)

AREAS OF USE
  • specifically for balancing a trace element deficiency
  • after illness in order to support convalescence
  • for supplementation in case of an increased need (e.g. growth, increased performance, stress, chronic illnesses)

Feeding Recommendation

  • 5 g per 100 kg of body weight / day
Large horses: 30 g per day (600 kg body weight)
Small horses: 20 g per day (400 kg body weight)
(1 level measuring spoon = approximately 20 g)

Composition

Feed additive for horses, ingredients:
Prenatura® dried green fibres, linseed

Analytic components:
 
Crude protein 12.60 % Crude fibre 20.10 %
Crude oils and fats 2.60 % Crude ash 14.60 %

Additives per kg:
 
Zinc (organically bonded) 10 000 mg Selenium (organically bonded) 10 mg
Manganese chelate of amino acids (hydrat, 3b504, organically bonded) 1 500 mg Sodium Seleniumit (inorganically bonded) 10 mg
Copper (organically bonded) 1 200 mg Iodine (inorganically bonded) 10 mg
Cobalt (inorganically bonded) 50 mg    

Status 01/2020
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