Steam-rolled oats are steamed at a minimum temperature of 100 o C for about 1 hour. This process makes it easier for the horse to digest the oats and absorb the energy provided.
HIGH ENERGY MUESLI
A steamed supplementary feed for performance horses with a high fat content and medium protein content. Suitable for horses requiring more energy.
Always give your horse access to forage before giving it its concentrate feed and try to spread the concentrate feed over several meals a day.
- Quick release energy
- GMO free raw materials, read more about GMO here
- Plastic bag 20 kg
- Consider adding supplementary minerals to small-size concentrate feeds
- Climate labelled
A suitable feed should be based on the nutritional value of the forage feed, level of performance and growth and whether the horse is in foal or lactating.
A guideline for an adult horse involved in light work is approx. 0.2-0.6 kg of coarse feed/100 kg horse and 1-1.5 kg dry coarse feed/100 kg horse.
1 litre KRAFFT HIGH ENERGY MUESLI = approx. 0.5 kg.
For individual advice, call or e-mail Krafft Direct: +46 (0)20 – 30 40 40 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
FLAKED OATS (STEAM-COOKED)
Oats are the best cereal based feed for horses as highly palatable while at the same time providing a good source of energy in the form of fat, starch, crude fibre, high-quality protein and kernels that are easy for the horse to digest and chew. There is a variety of oats with different coloured husks in white (whitish yellow, to be exact), yellow and black. The colour of the oat husk, which varies from variety to variety, is not, however, an indication of the nutritional value of the oat. In Sweden, the production of oats consists mainly of the white oat variety. There is also a considerable difference in the fat content of various oat varieties. High-fat oats, for example, contain more than twice the amount of fat compared to regular oats.
FLAKED BARLEY (STEAM-COOKED)
Steam-rolled barley is steamed at a minimum temperature of 100 o C for about 1 hour. This process makes it easier for the horse to digest the barley and absorb the energy provided.
FLAKED MAIZE (STEAM-COOKED)
The nutritional attributes of steam-rolled maize are similar to those of barley except maize has a slightly higher content of energy and a lower content of protein. Unprocessed and raw, maize is like barley, difficult to digest in the small intestine of the horse. The maize used in our products is steamed for 60 minutes, making it considerably easier to digest for the horse.
Soybean hulls are, as the name indicates, the hull on the soybean, the nutritional attribute of which consists mainly of crude fiber.
Soybean can be used in many different forms. Steam-flaked soybean is steamed for 60 minutes, making it easier for the horse to absorb the nutrients.
Molashine can be produced from either sugar beet or sugar cane. Molashine is highly palatable and a natural binding agent in the production of pellets.
SOYBEAN OIL AND VEGETABLE FAT
Contains soybean oil made from the soybean - a high-energy feed with a good composition of fatty acids.
Sunflower is used primarily for its protein content. Sunflower makes up only a few percent of our product ingredients.
Pressed beet pulp is a product from the sugar industry that is high in fiber but low in sugar without any added molasses. It has a high content of easily degradable fibers, especially pectin, and is free of starch, contributing to a high-energy content while promoting a balanced microflora in the gut of the horse. It also contains relatively large amounts of lysine, an essential amino acid.
FLAKED SOY BEAN (STEAM-COOKED)
Soybean is made up entirely of the bean and provides additional protein as well as fat and crude fiber. Steam-flaked soybean is steamed for 60 minutes, making it easier for the horse to absorb the nutrients.
Micronised peas are heated up for a short time. The shorter cooking time makes the nutrition in the peas more accessible to the horse but is not as effective as steam cooking. The nutritional attributes of micronised peas are primarily protein and a certain amount of crude fiber.
Just like the alfalfa (lucerne), grass has a high content of high-quality protein and crude fibre. Grass and alfalfa combined result in a very palatable feed. In order to yield an optimum crop of the highest quality, the grass is usually harvested three times a year, depending on the weather.
Sodium chloride, i.e. common salt, is used for adding salt to the feed.
Nutritious content /kg
|Metabolisable energy (ME)||12 MJ|
|Digestible energy (DE)||14 MJ|
|Crude Protein||14 %|
|Digestible crude protein||105 g|
|Digestible crude protein/energy (ME)||8,8 g/MJ|
|Vegetable fibres||11 %|
|Crude oils and fat||9 %|
|Crude ash||8 %|
|Vitamin A||10 000 IE|
|Vitamin D3||1000 IE|
|Vitamin E||400 mg|
|Vitamin C||50 mg|
|Vitamin K3||0,1 mg|
|Vitamin B1||10 mg|
|Vitamin B2||10 mg|
|Vitamin B6||2 mg|
|Vitamin B12||0,1 mg|
|Calcium panth||5 mg|
|Folic acid||2 mg|
|Iron (sulphate)||62 mg|
|Iodine (kalciumiodine)||0,12 mg|
|Cobolt (carbonate)||0,4 mg|
|Copper (chelate with aminoacids)||20 mg|
|Copper (sulphate)||15 mg|
|Manganese (oxide)||50 mg|
|Zinc (oxid)||100 mg|
|Selenium (selenite yeast)||0,2 mg|
|Selenium (sodium selenite)||0,2 mg|