Ultium Horse FeedThe Ultium Horse Feed
The Sustainable Energetic System has a uniquely balanced mix of three (3) fuels: Studies on equines have shown that the food's food supply can affect its activities and pathogen. Especially when comparing to concentrated foods with a high content of starches and sugars, eating a higher content of fats and fibres but with less starches and sugars will help to improve manageability.
The Ultium® Competition Horse Formula mixes three fuels smoothly into a continuous, even flow of power. Ultium® Competition Horse Formula provides the horse with more carbohydrates from easily digested fibres and plant oil and less carbohydrates from sugars and starches than if it were consumed with a conventional cereal-based nutrition.
The horse is supplied with this kind of nutrition with so-called "cool" calories. Research has shown that certain equines are susceptible to higher sugars and starches in their diets. As a rule, these animals are less irritable and more controllable if they are feeded with less starches and sugars.
It is a peculiar mixture of three fuels that provides a constant amount of easily digested energy: carbohydrate sols, fat and fermented fibre. The best chances of a horse that is mental focussed, controlled and straightforward are to win. Unparalleled amplitude and high-grade fuels fill glycogene and proteinaceous reservoirs in the musculature to support muscular repairs with less muscular tiredness, allowing quicker rebound after the race.
In comparison to feed with lower caloric densities, less feed is needed to maintain physical fitness, thus avoiding indigestion. Featuring a unique combination of plant oil, linseed and ricekaie, it smoothes the reaction of glycose and urine to corn flour and sugars, smoothing the level of glycemia for a distinct soothing effect.
Contains B vitamins, iron, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium: haematopoietic nutriments that optimise the secretion of circulating cells and help improve the ability of the horse to move about. Feed with grass or meadow. Begin with the quantities indicated for the horse's load and life style. If the horse is observed for a long while, the amount of food can be raised or lowered by 10% to achieve the required state of the horse's conformation and the required load.
If the horse is susceptible to carbohydrate, please contact a vet or dietician. Feed levels differ according to tallness, aging, temper, condition, feed grade, weather and activities. Feeds regularly - at least twice a day - with three meals a day desired. Leave the horse in a pristine stance in a trough with a large floor at standard or lower heights.
Don't feed yourself. Avoid fast feed being eaten by the horse. Reducing and/or retarding the feed of a horse that is warm, aroused or painful, has a temperature or diarrhoea. Accommodate always a min. of 1. 0 to 1. 2 pounds per 100 pounds of good grade, tidy hey or the equivalent in willow.
The feed change should take place stepwise over a 7 to 10 week time. Any change in feed rates should not be more than 1.0 pounds per horse per night. Give your horse entrance to brine. Examine the horse's mouth every year and see your vet regularly.
Perform the feed exchange step by step over a 7 to 10 week time. The new fodder should be mixed with the old fodder by incrementally adding the amount of the new fodder while reducing the same amount of the old fodder. Feed changes should not be more than 1 lb per horse per day.
Avoid feeding mouldy or insect-infested feed to pets, as this can lead to disease, poor nutrition or dead.