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Your horse's nutrition needs are determined by his years. When horses are young (from 2 years of birth), their need for nutrition is determined by how they grow. In a young stallion, the need for other nutriments such as mineral and vitamin is also raised to promote growing. Other horses with age-related nutrition needs are old horses.
Horses are regarded as "nutritionally older" when they can no longer consume the same food and keep their state. The horses need a specific nutrition that provides quickly available mineral and vitamin supplements. As a rule, these feedstuffs are pelletized and can be steeped and processed into a must in serious cases to make it easy for the horses to ate.
When your mare is young or old, choose a suitable breed. Which is the physiologic state or the use of the equine? For example, a colt (not bred or bred), pregnant (early, medium or delayed pregnancy), lactating or growth (foal, weanlings or yearlings).
It is more inconvenient to see the use of the horses or the activities. Types of activities used are either easy, medium, hard or very hard exercises. In assessing the levels of activities, we must take the workload into account. The most horses rode between 0 and 4 day a weeks for for up to 1 hour per run, which is at a walking, trotting and galloping pace, would be regarded as maintaining an easy practice in feed needs.
An over- or underestimation of your horse's levels of activities leads to either fatty or thin horses. Choose a food designed for your horse's physiological condition and give the appropriate quantities according to the instructions on the sticker. Was your equine born with a health problem? Do not self-diagnose and make sure that equine professionals have properly identified the problem.
How is your horse's physical strength and fitness? BCS (BodyConditionScoring) is also a useful instrument when it comes to the management of horses and especially when it comes to choosing the right food. Bodycondition score includes the scanning and optical evaluation of the fat content of different areas of the equine, such as: over the rib, caudal area, throat, shoulder and behind the shoulder (Henneke et al., 1983).
It uses a numerical score from 1 to 9, where 1 is slimmed down and 9 is overweight. Periodic assessment of your horse's health helps you to decide whether your stallion should win, loose or keep a good bodybuild. When you have acess to willow and good meadows, you usually need less concentrated food to meet the horse's nutrient needs (also depending on your levels of activity).
Luzerner Heu has a higher albumen and calorie content than some blades of gras and is a good supplement to a diet that requires some extra cholesterol, e.g. moderately to very severe sport horses, brood mares and breeding cows. These five factors should help you to be better prepared when choosing the right food for your horses.
Always follow the dietary instructions on each lining sack. HYGAIN® provides a wide selection of outstanding feeds. Hygain's expert agents are well trained to help you choose the best food for your horses, have a look at our HYGAIN Food Advisor to help you find the right food for your horse's needs.
The HYGAIN® line of high-quality feed is perfectly matched to your horse's nutrition. In these feeding stuffs, is research on nutritional intake, nutrition, growth, nutrition and nutrition. Contains living cellular leaven that helps digest and contains gelatinized or organically produced mineral salts that enhance the mineral supply and provide enhanced levels of stressibility and illnesses.