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Old Master

Older horses

When to use this feed
  • For older horses
  • Subject to stiff joints
  • Difficult to maintain in condition
The advantages of Old Master ?
Dr Valérie Deniau
Avis du vétérinaire

Docteur vétérinaire Valérie Deniaun, Alfort 1997, Dipl ECEIM

« If it is not rationally possible to prevent age-related physiological changes, medical, nutritional and hygienic monitoring can help to limit the consequences on the welfare of the horse. »

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Old Master

Usage tips
PWeight of horse Quantity
500 kg

 from 3 to 5 kg per day

~ 6,5 to 11 L per day



Old Master should be fed alongside forage. 

We recommend a minimum of 1kg of hay per 100kg of live weight, so a daily ration of 5kg of hay for a horse weighing 500kg

Quantities should be adjusted according to the weight, body condition, age, level of activity, breed of the horse, taking into consideration the nature, quality and quantity of forage available.

dose%20det-or-ombre.jpg Density = 450g/l


Data sheet

Ingredients

Wheat feed, Barley flakes, Maize flakes, Dried alfalfa, Puffed barley, Cane sugar molasses, Rapeseed oil, Calcium carbonate, Flaked peas, Brewers’ yeast, Extruded cooked linseed, Salt, Fructo-oligosaccharides, Dried carrots, Linseed oil, Wheat germ.

Not suitable for race horses or competition horses.

Not suitable for pregnant mares.

Composition Analysis

Crude proteins 12.5 %
Crude fibre 7 %
Crude fats 5.5 %
Crude mineral material 6 %
Sodium 0.24 %
Starch 22.0 %

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS per kg

Calcium 12 g
Phosphorus 6 g
Magnesium 3.2 g
Potassium 9.9 g
Digestible Nitrogen 87 g
Omega 3 6 g
Omega 6  19 g

Vitamins and Trace Elements per kg

Vitamin A 23000 U.I. Folic acid 0.77 mg
Vitamin D3 3800 U.I. Choline chloride 307 mg
Vitamin E 300 mg Biotin 0.31 mg
Vitamin B1 17 mg Iron  162 mg
Vitamin B2 12 mg Copper  48 mg
Vitamin B6 12 mg Zinc 191 mg
Vitamin B12 0.04 mg Manganese 153 mg
Vitamin PP 31 mg Iodine 2.3 mg
Vitamin C 131 mg Cobalt 0.69 mg
Vitamin K3 1.40 mg Selenium  0.86 mg
Pantothenic acid 10 mg Harpagophytum procumbens 570 mg

Amino Acids per Kg

Lysine 4.6 g
Methionine + Cystine 4.4 g
Methionine 2.0 g
Threonine 4.1 g
Tryptophan 1.5 g
Leucine 8.4 g
Arginine 6.7 g
Isoleucine 4.3 g
Valine 5.7 g
Phenylalanine 5.2 g

Testimonials
rating Maintain my old mare in good condition all winter
Laura C. on 2019-03-04 I use Old Master for my 22-year-old mare, which lives in the meadow. This mare is quite difficult to feed because she has a poor appetite and quickly loses weight. Old Master is a very palatable food without being too sweet, and she likes it a lot. This made it possible for her to maintain in good condition all winter, which is not easy! In addition, since this feed contains harpagophytum, it makes it possible to do without any additional supplement.
rating My 19 years old horse gained weight very quickly
Céline M. on 2019-01-26 My 19 year old horse was suffering from osteoarthritis after having a broken shoulder.
I could not keep it in good condition with 3 L per day and harpagophytum as a supplement.
When I switched his feed to Old Master, he gained weight very quickly, showing no sign of osteoarthritis, and now he is very fit. I give him only 1 L a day now, which is enough for him, and he loves it!
rating 33 years old and in great shape
Geneviève G. on 2019-03-31 My horses are 33 years old and are in great shape.
rating Enabled my old mare to regain some weight
Chaumeil c. on 2019-01-31 I have an old eventing competition mare, which has always been thin and very difficult to maintain in good condition! Old Master feed has enabled her to regain some weight.
This mare is a finicky feeder, but straight away she took to eating Old Master very well.
rating Allows us to keep the old horses in good condition
Sebastien B. on 2019-02-20 Using Old Master allows us to keep the old horses in good condition and specially to get some weight back on quickly, in the case of horses that sometimes arrive at the stable in bad condition.

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Valérie Deniau's advices

« Although it is illogical to try to prevent age-related physiological changes, ensuring that the horse receives the best medical care, food and hygiene...

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