Alpengrun Musli (Cereal-free)

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15kg bag

AlpenGrün Müsli is a cereal free, unmolassed muesli designed for a natural, appropriate horse feed.

Based on Pre Alpin's dried green fiber, made from dried grasses and herbs and refined by adding root vegetables such as parsnip, carrot and beetroot, AlpenGrün Müsli delivers highly digestible fiber, natural, organically-bonded minerals and vitamins as well as secondary plant nutrients.
 
Sunflower seeds, linseed and black cumin are beneficial towards digestion and also provide essential fatty acids. Vitamin rich apple pulp, thanks to its pectin content, supports the intestinal flora and adds to the great taste of AlpenGrün Müsli.
 
Marigold and cornflower blossoms, raspberry and blackberry leaves for vitamins and nutrients as well as rose hip as a special treat and source of vitamin C round off AlpenGrün Müsli's recipe.
 
AlpenGrün Müsli is suitable for all horses and enhances daily feeding rations in a very special way!
 
Range of use

  • Sole trough feed
  • Nutrient-rich addition to trough feed
  • Delivers fiber
  • For sensitive horses or those with metabolic disorders
  • For horses with sensitive digestion
  • For reduced starch and sugar diet
Feeding Guidelines
  • As sole concentrated feed  ca. 100 – 500 g per 100 kg body weight
  • Or as an addition to conventional trough feed 1 kg AlpenGrün Müsli replaces ca. 1 kg cereal

Ingredients: PRE ALPIN® dried green fiber, linseed pellets, sunflower seeds, apple pulp, black cumin pellets, carrot, oil mixture cold-pressed (linseed oil, camelina oil), rose hip, parsnip, beetroot, marigold blossom, raspberry leaves, blackberry leaves, cornflower blossom

Protein 11,2 % Potassium 1,40 %
Dig. protein 9,1 % Sulphur 0,18 %
Precaec. dig. protein 7,0 % Zinc 31,90 mg/kg
Oils and fat 6,5 % Manganese 95,50 mg/kg
Fiber 22,7 % Copper 7,88 mg/kg
Ash 6,8 % Selenium <0,1 mg/kg
Calcium 0,55 % Starch 2,8 %
Phosphorus 0,32 % Sugar 9,7 %
Magnesium 0,25 % Fructan 6,0 %
Chloride 0,24 % digestible energy (GfE 2003) 10,2 DE MJ / kg
Sodium 0,04 % metabolizable energy (GfE 2014) 8,8 ME MJ / kg


Status 11/2016