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Master Calm

Nervous horses 

When to use this feed
  • Excess stress
  • Ecitable and nervous behaviour
  • Impulsive, unpredictable and difficult to manage horses
The advantages of Master Calm ?
Scientifically proven benefits

Study presented to the Congress of ENUTRACO (Applied Equine Nutrition and Training) in Paris

« Master Calm feed reduces the peak heart rate during stress, and allows a faster return to the initial heart rate after stress. This feed reduces the reactions of fear and excitement.»

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Dr Boureau
Veterinary advices

Dr Vincent Boureau, graduated inter ENVF of veterinary behaviour

« To avoid the deleterious consequences of excessive stress, sometimes called over-stress, many actions can be taken. »

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Master Calm

Usage tips

FEEDING GUIDE

Weight of horse

450kg

500kg

550kg

600kg

Light Work

3kg or 6 litres

3.4kg or 7 litres

3.8kg or 8 litres

4.2kg or 9 litres

Medium Work

3.8kg or 8 litres

4.2kg or 9 litres

4.6kg or 9.5 litres

5kg or 10.5 litres

Intense Work

4.2kg or 9 litres

4.6kg or 9.5 litres

5kg or 10.5 litres

5.4kg or 11.5 litres

 

MASTER CALM should be used on its own, in addition to forage.  We recommend a minimum distribution of 1kg of hay per 100kg live weight, thus a distribution of 5kg per day 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.

Density = 480g/l


Data sheet

Ingredients

Wheat bran, Alfalfa high temperature dried, Maize flakes, Long fiber dried Lucerne, Rape seed oil, Cane molasses, Pea flakes, Magnesium oxide, Sodium chloride, Calcium carbonate, Fructo-oligosaccharides, Carrot dried, Linseed oil, Linseed extruded, Dicalcium phosphate, Wheat germ, Brewer's yeast.

Doping control procedure

Manufactured according to our quality control procedures which include the risk management of contamination of our feeds by naturally occurring substances that are banned under the rules of racing and equestrian sports.

Composition Analysis

Crude proteins 12 %
Crude fibre 11 %
Crude fats 7.5 %
Crude mineral material  8.5 %
Sodium 0.4 %
Starch 12.5 %

Technical Characteristics – per kg

Calcium 12 g

Phosphorus

6 g
Magnesium 11.3 g
Potassium 13 g
Digestible Nitrogen 90 g
Omega 3 8 g
Omega 6  22 g

Vitamins and Trace Elements per kg

Vitamin A 15 200 U.I. Folic acid 0.7 mg
Vitamin D3 2 350 U.I. Choline chloride 281 mg
Vitamin E 400 mg Biotin 0.28 mg
Vitamin B1 302 mg Iron  105 mg
Vitamin B2 11 mg Copper  25 mg
Vitamin B6 11 mg Zinc 101 mg
Vitamin B12 0.04 mg Manganese 101 mg
Vitamin PP 29 mg Iodine 1.53 mg
Vitamin C 377 mg Cobalt 0.46 mg
Vitamin K3 1.3 mg Selenium total 0.64 mg
Pantothenic acid  9 mg

Amino Acids per Kg
Lysine 4.8 g
Methionine + Cystine 4.2 g
Methionine 1.9 g
Threonine 4.2 g
Tryptophan 1.6 g
Leucine 8.4 g
Arginine 7.1 g
Isoleucine 4.5 g
Valine 5.9 g
Phenylalanine 5.1 g


Testimonials
rating Improvement in her nervousness and concentration
Chaumeil c. on 2019-01-31 I use it on my dressage mare, who is very nervous and spooky at work. I have seen an improvement in her nervousness and concentration during my sessions.
rating He has become ‘zen’ and manageable
Marie A. on 2019-03-11 I have a very stressed horse. Since I gave him Master CALM, he has become ‘zen’ and manageable. Everyone around us has wondered about the reasons for such a change!
The taste of the feed seemed to surprise him a little at first, but he now eats it very well!

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Expert advice

Vincent Boureau's advices

« There are many ways to avoid the harmful consequences of excessive stress, sometimes called over-stress »

Master Calm Scientific study

A horse that is impulsive, emotional or easily spooked, during sporting activities or leisure, can create safety issues for the rider. A nervous...

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