Your horse will be enticed by the blackcurrant flavour that has been added to this wonderfully textured food. It is recommended that 0.5 - 1kg of high fat rice bran is fed with Re-Leve to boost energy levels, if required.
Look after the health and wellbeing of your horse and he will give you years of fun, devotion and companionship.
Soya Hulls*, Lucerne Pellets, Dried sugar Beet Shreds, Peas Flakes, Soya Oil*, Molasses, Soya Flakes, Dicalcium Phosphate, Vitamins, Minerals, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Mixture of Flavouring Compounds (*Genetically modified material).
Crude Oils and Fats 9.0% Crude Protein 13.0% Crude Fibre 19.0% Crude Ash 9.0% Sodium 0.30% Sugar 6.0% Starch 8.0% Digestible Energy 12.9MJ/kg
Nutritional Additives (per kilo) Vitamins
Retinyl Acetate (E672 Vitamin A) 11,000IU Cholecalciferol (E671 Vitamin D3) 1,100IU RRR - alpha- tocopheryl-acetate (3a700) 110IU All rac - alpha- tocopheryl-acetate (3a700) 250IU
Ferrous sulphate heptahydrate (E1 Iron) 133mg Potassium iodide (3b201 Iodine) 0.74mg Cupric sulphate pentahydrate (E4 Copper) 118mg Cupric chelate of amino acids hydrate (E4 copper) 75mg Manganous sulphate monohydrate (E5 Manganese) 156mg Manganese chelate of amino acids hydrate (E5 Manganese) 83mg Zinc sulphate monohydrate (E6 Zinc) 251mg Zinc chelate amino acids hydrate (E6 Zinc) 147mg Sodium selenite (E8 Selenium) 0.76mg Organic form of selenised yeast inactivated (E8 Selenium) 3b8.11 NCYC R397 78mg
Mixture of flavouring compounds
Technological Feed Additives
Preservative-Ammonium Propionate (E284) 225mg Binder - Vermiculite (E561) 131mg Binder - Bentonite-montmorillonite (1m558i) 144mg
200 - 400kg 1.0 - 2.0kg
400 - 600kg 2.0 - 3.5kg
>600kg 3.5 - 5.0kg
This is a complementary feed for horses which is to be fed in conjunction with forage.
Please ensure there is clean, fresh water available. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not feed to sheep.
Feed little and often and split the total feed into 2 or 3 meals. Feed by weight and not volume. Feed according to bodyweight and condition score, the type and intensity of work. Make diet changes gradually.