Charnwood Milling's Horse Feed Specifications
HIGH FIBRE CONDITIONING MIX RATION 2905
A COMPLEMENTARY FEED DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY TO ADD CONDITION TO
WORKING AND CONVALESCENT HORSES
A muesli-type mix, lightly sprayed with Molasses and Refined Soya
Protein 13.0% Oil 6.5% Fibre M.0% Ash 8.0% Lysine 0.55% Cystine
0.20% Methionine 0.20% Calcium 0.85% Phosphorous 0.60% Salt 1.20%
Linoleic Acid 2.25% Threonine 0.38%
Digestible Energy (Horses) 13.0 mj/kg (as fed)
Horse Concentrate Pellets; Micronized Raked Barley; Micronised
flaked wheat; Soya Hulls; Lucerne [Alfalfa) Nuts; Molassed oat
straw; Micronized Raked Maize; Molashine; Soya Oil; Long Chop
Alfalfa; Flaked Peas; Molassed beet shreds; Mixed herbs; Selected
Yeast Cells (Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. Ellipsoideus): EEC
VITAMINS & TRACE ELEMENTS ADDED
Vitamin A lOOOOus/kg; Vitamin D3 lOOOius/kg; Vitamin E 125ius/kg;
Vitamin Bl 9 mg/kg; Vitamin B2 4mg/kg; Vitamin B6 4mg/kg; Vitamin Bl
2 24mcg/kg; Nicotinic Acid I Zmg/kg; Pantothenic Acid lOmg/kg; Folic
Acid 4.0mg/kg; Choline Chloride 120mg/kg; Iron 100 mg/kg; Copper
30mg/kg; Biotin 425 meg/kg; Manganese 70mg/kg; Zinc 100 mg/kg;
Iodine 0.4mg/kg; Cobalt l.OOmg/kg; Antioxidant lOOmg/kg.
A diet combining long chop digestible fibre with quality proteins
and oils to produce a high energy diet with non heating energy. All
ingredients are chosen specifically for their high digestibility and
palatability including garlic and herbs. Yeast has been added to
improve hindgut fermentation. This ration includes the highly
regarded Charnwood Vitamin, Mineral & Trace Element Supplement to
keep all animals in top health.
All of the cereals included have been Micronized (cooked), and the
mix contains the quality proteins soya and alfalfa needed to build
body tissue and muscle development
Feed around 2-6 kilos per day, with good quality hay, depending on
size and amount of work performed.
Small horses in light work rarely need more than 30% of their intake
as mix. As work load increases
this can be stepped up to 60%.
Exact feeding recommendations are difficult to stipulate, as
individual Horse's requirements differ widely. Equines should not be
allowed to become over-fat, and the Owner's eye should be the best
judge of balance.
Always make sure that your horse has access to a plentiful supply of
clean, fresh water.