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Cavalor Pianissimo Horse Feed

Cavalor



  • Oat-free, low-protein formula
  • Slow-release cool energy
  • Easy to digest – contains pre- and probiotics


Cavalor Pianissimo is an oat-free sports mix for horses that are ‘hot’, sensitive to stress, or convalescing (box rest). Contains no oats.

Calms the horse and keeps him from getting hot. Contains puffed grains for easy digestion and pre- and probiotics for optimal gut function and strong natural defences.

Ingredients

  • Linseed husks
  • Barley flakes
  • Wheat middlings
  • Expanded maize
  • Wheat bran
  • Expanded barley
  • Wheat gluten feed
  • Beet molasses
  • Sunflower seed feed
  • Spelt bran
  • Soya fibre
  • Linseed
  • Broken oil seeds
  • Soya oil
  • Soya bean hulls (produced from genetically modified soya)
  • Maize gluten feed
  • Wheat
  • Calcium carbonate
  • Sodium chloride
  • Fructo-oligosaccharides

 

More information about this product can be found in the product data sheet. You can download this data sheet by clicking on “specifications”


Analysis

EWpa/kg 0,81 / kg
VREp g/kg 76 / kg
Crude protein 10,5 %
Crude fat 4 %
Crude ash 13,5 %
Sugars 4,5 %
Starches 27,5 %

More information about this product can be found in the product data sheet. You can download this data sheet by clicking on “specifications”


How to use? 

For good nutrition, your horse needs roughage (spread out over several times a day) and a constant supply of fresh drinking water. This foundation can be supplemented with a balancer or concentrate feed as needed. And fine-tune your horse’s diet with supplements #feedasyouneed

Feeding recommendations for Cavalor Pianissimo:
We recommend a minimum of 350 g to maximum 650 g per 100 kg body weight per day. For a 600 kg horse this means a minimum of 2.1 kg and a maximum of 3.9 kg per day. Divide the concentrate feed over several portions per day, preferably after feeding roughage.

Tip: not all feed scoops are the same size. Weigh the contents of your feed scoop so that you know exactly how much your horse is getting.

Having trouble estimating your horse’s weight? Or need help determining the right amount of feed for your horse? At MyCavalor.com you can calculate the weight of your horse and get straightforward and quick advice on feeds.


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