St-Hippolyt Struktur Energetikum

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Article number: 113369
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St-Hippolyt Struktur Energetikum

 

The best of daily feeding

Whether at tournaments, during lovely ride outs or daily riding lessons: We love the partner at our side to be willingly working and reliable. To ensure that our horse shines during presentations, we should only give it the very best!

 

A highly nutritious concentrate

Struktur-Energetikum is a highly nutritious feed concentrate that combines a selected range of only the finest ingredients such as different oil seeds, ground algae, fruit and more than 30 different herbs which are added only when in season, to produce an extremely delicious muesli. The concentrated feed Struktur-E contains a balanced range of vitamins, minerals and trace elements that will cover a horse's entire daily vitamin and mineral requirements even when fed in low quantities.

• rich in bio-active herbs
• with the different kinds of sprouted grains and oil seeds
• rich in phytochemicals
• high degree of organically bound trace elements
• exclusively with natural vitamin E
• including the essential amino acids lysine and methionine

 

The perfect balance

Struktur-Energetikum has been specifically designed to make the most nutritionally valuable contribution possible to your horse's diet, to effectively balance excess starch and protein intake, as well as to prevent any of the mineral deficiencies commonly associated with conventional feeds. Its dense nutrient content make it an ideal feed for ponies, small horses and special breeds as well as for horses with muscular, stomach or digestive problems, and those susceptible to laminitis, but still in need of a highly nutritious, low-starch feed.

 

The power of herbs

The more than 30 different herbs, added only when in season, provide a huge number of phytochemicals such as ethereal oils, polyphenols or flavonoids. They are known for their digestion-supporting (peppermint, coriander, yarrow), cleansing and detoxifying (nettle, birch, elder) and mucolytic (fennel, sage, anise) properties and are therefore an important component in the horse feed.

 

Rich in essential fatty acids

Struktur-Energetikum features a considerable range of sprouted grains resp. oil seeds: corn, barley and wheat germs, sunflower and grape seeds, flax, fennel and black cumin seeds. Besides the physiologically valuable, polyunsaturated Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids, they provide valuable high-quality protein, natural vitamins and lecithin.

 

Supporting digestion

The brewer's yeast, malt, dried fruit, linseed, special trace element combinations and herbs included Struktur-Energetikum prevent the formation of intestinal gas and facilitate digestion, probiotic growth, protect the intestinal flora and effectively support the immune system.

 

Composition

Maize germs, barley flakes, dried fruit (apple, grape, pear), apple syrup, herbs (peppermint, marjoram, coriander, fennel, sage, yarrow, caraway, anise, oregano) 6.8%, cornflakes, wheat bran, alfalfa fibres, sugar beet fibres, warm air dried chopped grass, sugar beet molasses, oat bran, oil mixture (linseed, sunflower, maize germ oil) 2.8%, oil seed mixture (linseed, sunflower, fennel, black caraway seeds) 2.6%, whole grain oats 2%, calcium carbonate (maritime and mineral), seaweed meal, barley germs, salt, garlic, brewer‘s yeast, wheat germs, grape seed extract, vinegar, Himalayan salt

 

Feeding recommendation

To supplement a basic diet consisting of roughage and/or grass. No additional mineral feed is required when feeding 150-300 g per 100 kg body weight per day. With cobs, ponies and horses with low energy requirements, Struktur-Energetikum can be used as sole concentrated feed. For warmblood horses we recommend 1 kg, for high-performing sport horses 1.5 kg per day maximum in combination with other St. Hippolyt concentrates and/or grains. 1 litre = approx. 650 g

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