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Brood mares

Final 12 weeks of gestation

First 12 weeks of lactation 

  • Quality milk
  • Quantity of milk
  • Good muscle development in the foal
  • Good bone and joint development in the foal
  • Fertility of the mare
  • Safe, optimal absorption
  • Quality milk: Contains essential omega 3 fatty acids and selected amino acids suitable for the production of high quality milk.

  • Quantity of milk: Highly concentrated nutrition to promote milk production and general body condition of mares.

  • Good muscle development in the foal: Easily digested protein. Selected essential amino acids, lysine and methionine.

  • Good bone and joint development in the foal: Rich in vitamins, containing balanced minerals: calcium, phosphorus, zinc and copper.

  • Fertility of the mare: Vitamin A, vitamin E and selenium contribute to promoting fertility.

  • Safe, optimal absorption: Using barley flakes, maize flakes and puffed barley.  The cooking process markedly improves the digestibility of these cereals.


Wheat bran, Maize flakes, Alfalfa, high temperature dried, Barley flakes, Soya meal feed, Rape seed oil, Barley, puffed, Pea flakes, Calcium carbonate, Brewers’ yeast, Salt, Cane molasses, Linseed, extruded, Wheat germ.

Constituants analytiques
Crude protein 14 %
Crude cellulose 10.5 %
Crude fats 5.3 %
Ash 6 %
Sodium 0.2 %
Starch 19.5 %

Caractéristiques techniques au kg brut
Calcium 12 g
Phosphore 6 g
Chlorine 4.4 g
Magnesium 3.2 g
Potassium 11.2 g
Digestible Nitrogen 106 g
Oméga 3 5 g
Oméga 6  17 g

Vitamins and Trace Elements per Kg

Vitamin A 22500 U.I. Folic acid 0.75 mg
Vitamin D3 3750 U.I. Choline chloride 300 mg
Vitamin E 400 mg Biotin 0.3 mg
Vitamin B1 17 mg Iron  150 mg
Vitamin B2 12 mg Copper  53 mg
Vitamin B6 12 mg Zinc 210 mg
Vitamin B12 0.04 mg Manganese 150 mg
Vitamin PP 31 mg Iodine 2.25 mg
Vitamin C 30 mg Cobalt 0.68 mg
Vitamin K3 1.35 mg Selenium total 0.42 mg
Pantothenic acid 10 mg

Amino Acids per Kg

Lysine 5.6 g
Methionine + Cystine 4.8 g
Methionine 2.2 g
Threonine 4.7 g
Tryptophan 1.8 g
Leucine 9.9 g
Arginine 8.0 g
Isoleucine 5.2 g
Valine 6.6 g
Phenylalanine 6.0 g




Final 12 weeks of gestation

3kg to 4kg per day plus forage

First 12 weeks of lactation

4kg to 5kg per day plus forage


VITALACT MASTER should be fed in conjunction with forage.

We advise to feed at least 1kg hay per 100 kg of the horse's body weight. For a500 kg horse, this means a daily distribution of 5 kg of hay

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

Density = 550g/l