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Good for body and soul
Each time our horse eats its freshly prepared Irish Mash, we gladly watch it snuffling with pleasure and are happy about its healthy appetite. But Irish Mash is not only balm for the soul: it also stimulates the metabolism and digestion and helps to quickly recover after illness.
A feed with tradition
This extremely tasty mixture activates metabolism and digestion, is easy to prepare and should not be missing from the feeding schedule on days spent in the stable, when shedding, after high performances or illness.
• easy to prepare, also with cold water
• stimulates digestion, dietetic concept
• particularly tasty with natural apple and grape components
A combination of tradition and modern times
Irish Mash has a century-long tradition of being fed to horses following hard work, when recovering from illness or to reduce the risk of colic. It is a particularly delicious horse feed and has been formulated very much in keeping with the traditional Irish Mash recipe of wheat bran and linseed. It has been developed in accordance with the latest nutritional science findings. The yellow linseed, gently cracked in a special production process, does not require any cooking and is very easy to prepare. An easy digestion and a high nutritious value are ensured by the low starch content, highly digestible grain, finest malt-yeast extracts, coriander and brewer's yeast.
Beneficiary for all horses
With its dietetic formula and the particularly brilliant acceptance by the horses, Irish Mash is the perfect first feed for horses to be offered after colic, surgeries, severe illness, lack of appetite and chewing problems. Due to its intestine-nurturing properties, it even improves the feed efficiency of hard keepers. Irish Mash also considerably contributes to recovery after competition, stud service and birth and proved to be particularly valuable during shedding.
Irish Mash can be fed 1 - 3 times a week instead of concentrated feed and, in special cases (for example after surgeries or stomach ulcers) even exclusively with hay and straw. Irish Mash is even more tasty and nutritious when fed together with EquiMall.
Wheat bran, barley flakes, oil seed mixture (linseed, sunflower) 9.2%, whole grain oats 9%, cornflakes, sugar beet molasses, dried apples, sugar beet fibres, warm air dried chopped grass, grape skins, apple syrup, brewer‘s yeast 1.4%, salt, wheat germs, malt-yeast-mixture 1%, oil mixture (linseed, sunflower, maize germ oil) cold pressed 1%, grape seed extract, maize germs, coriander 0.5%, sea algae chalk
Mix approx. 70-200 g of Irish Mash per 100 kg body weight with the same amount of lukewarm water and leave to soak for 15 minutes before feeding. Irish Mash can also be prepared with cold water if soaking is extended to 30 minutes. Irish Mash can be fed one to three times a week; where appropriate, offer a reduced quantity every day. 1 litre = approx. 550 g