Mineral for horses

The requirements of the mare and her fetus increase mostly during the last 3-4 weeks of gestation. The mineral and vitamin diet of the mother then plays a key role on intrauterine growth and fetal development.
Lactation is also a major issue for the mother and her foal. The mother's requirements remained high until her foal was weaned.
EQUISPORT GESTATION LACTATION is a mineral complementary feed for broodmares rich in minerals, trace elements, vitamins and amino acids. It ensures a phosphocalcic balance to pregnant mares. It also provides the nutrients essential to the development of the foal.

Dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, sodium chloride, cane molasses, wheat middling, monocalcium phosphate, magnesium phosphate, rapeseed oil, brewer’s yeast.

Analytical constituents:
Crude ash: 74 %
Calcium: 14.5 %
Phosphorus: 6 %
Crude proteins: 3 %
Sodium: 4.3 %
Crude fat: 4 %
Magnesium: 3 %
Crude fiber: < 1 %

Additives per kilo:
Vitamine :
3a672a Vitamin A: 600 000 UI
E671 Vitamin D3: 60 000 UI
3a700 Vitamin E I: 3 000 UI
3a890 Choline Chlorure: 5 350 mg
Vitamin B2: 400 mg
3a314/3a315 Niacin/Niacinamide: 301 mg
Vitamin C: 150 mg
Vitamin B1: 125 mg
3a316 Folioc acid: 75 mg
3a841 Calcium pantothenate: 30 mg
3a831 Vitamin B6: 20 mg
Vitamin K3: 20 mg
Biotin: 10 mg
Vitamin B12: 2 mg

Trace elements:
E6 Zinc (zinc oxide): 4 900 mg
E1 Fer (iron sulfate monohydrate): 3 000 mg
E5 Manganese (manganese oxide): 2 400 mg
E4 Copper (copper sulfate pentahydrate): 1 700 mg
E6 Zinc (zinc chelate of glycine hydrate): 900 mg
E5 Manganese (manganese chelate of glycine hydrate): 600 mg
E4 Copper (copper chelate of glycine hydrate): 300 mg
E2 Iode (potassium iodide): 50 mg
E3 Cobalt (cobalt carbonate terahydrate): 20 mg
E8 Selenium (sodium selenite): 13 mg
3b8.11 Selenomethionine: 3 mg
Amino acids:
Monohydrochloride L-Lysine: 11 400 mg
3c301 DL-Methionine: 8 000 mg
E321 BHT: 60 mg
E310 Propyl gallate: 30 mg
Anti-caking agent:
E562 Sepiolite: 131 000 mg
Enclosed scoop holds 200 ml = 160 g
Supplementation of cereal based ration:
- Pregnant mares: 50 g per day from 6th to 8th month, then, 100 g per day.
- Lactating mares: 150 g the first 3 months, then, 100 g per day until weaning.
Supplementation of complete ration:
Divide the quantiities by two.
3 kg bucket, sufficient for 20 days at 150 g/day.
10 kg bucket, sufficient for 66 days at 150 g/day.
25 kg bucket, sufficient for 166 days at 150 g/day.
EQUISPORT GESTATION LACTATION is a mineral complementary feed for mares.