This feed is specifically formulated to maximize the digestion in the older horse as well as horses with digestive and/or teeth problems. Live yeast helps prevent or minimize gastric distress by increasing populations of cellulolytic and lactate-utilizing bacteria in the digestive tract. Live yeast stimulates the natural fibre-digesting bacteria thereby increasing digestion of forage. The Digestive enzymes assist the natural enzymes in improving the digestibility of the total ration making all the nutrients more available for digestion and absorption. The enzymes improve the digestion of starch, non-starch polysaccharides, proteins and phytate bound phosphorus. Steam extrusion of the grain component provides the maximum digestible energy intake for senior horses. The increase in digestibility improves availability and absorption rates of nutrients. Veteranline is made in a small pellet so that even the old horse with teeth problems can chew it easily.
For old horses, horses with digestive/teeth problems or any horse battling to gain weight.
Reg. No. V 20244 (Act/Wet 36/1947)
|Ca:P = 1.8:1.0 to 2.0:1.0|
Extruded maize, extruded barley, hominy chop, wheaten bran, lucerne, soya oil cake, full fat soya, liquid sugar cane molasses.
Salt, feed lime, mono-calcium phosphate, Vitalins A. D. E. K. B1, B2, B6, B12, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, choline, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, copper, cobalt, iodine, selenium, organic selenium, chromium, potassium, lysine, methionine, threonine, live yeast, mould inhibitor and anti-oxidant.
Veteranline has specially been formulated to address the nutritional needs of senior horses and/or horses of any age suffering from digestive / dental problems.
Feed Ponies 2 – 4 kg and Horses 4 – 8 kg daily according to body weight, condition of teeth, condition, metabolism, work intensity and forage quality. Feed concentrated feed with good quality hay and/or pastures. Hay / chaffed hay should be fed at a minimum of 1 – 2 % of body mass.
Contains Yeast culture which enhances the performance of the hind but bacteria thus improving efficiency of forage digestion and utilization.
Introduce any new concentrated feed gradually over a period of 10 – 14 days. When reducing the work intensity or resting the pony or horse, concentrated feed should be reduced accordingly.
During periods of heavy sweating it is recommended to feed additional electrolytes.
These feeding instructions are meant as a guideline; please contact the manufacturer for more individualised feeding recommendations.