Breeder Horse Feed

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rs-foal-starter-classic
RS Foal Starter Classic
  • For foals up to 6 months of age for better growth rate.
  • Supplies balanced amino acids and minerals to enhance growth rate.
  • Attains better body weight, body condition and elevated growth at an early age.
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 18
Crude Fibre (Max) 4
Crude Fat (Min) 3
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 3200
*Calculated
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RS Stallion / Mare Developer
  • For foals from 6 months of age to maturity.
  • Supplies nutrients for optimum growth.
  • Provides high production and protection growing foals.
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 16
Crude Fibre (Max) 6
Crude Fat (Min) 3.5
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 2900
*Calculated
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RS Master Mare Formula
  • For breeding mare's 3 months before (pregnant mare) and 4 months after (lactating mare) foaling.
  • Prevent metabolic diseases due to nutrient deficiency.
  • Supplies energy, balanced amino acids and minerals to enhance birth weight.
  • Enhance milk yield for higher growth of foal to minimize starter feed.
Feed Composition:
Nutrients Level (% DM Basis)
Dry Matter (Max) 11
Crude Protein (Min) 20
Crude Fibre (Max) 6
Crude Fat (Min) 3.5
Energy (ME, Kcal/kg)* 3000
*Calculated
Benefits to humans:

Horses normally are being used for Human entertainment/work activities.

  • Chariots
  • Parade horse
  • Cavalry
  • Pull Wagons & Ploughs
  • Plow Horse
  • Trail Rides
  • Horsehair
Packing:

We provide feed labelling over each packing bag, which is embedded with information regarding the nutritional information, list of essential ingredients and a guaranteed analysis.

Feeding Details & Tips to raise Horse:
  • Always supply unlimited quantities of clean, fresh water.
  • Maintain forage intake & Concentrate consumption in proper ration.
  • The Calcium to Phosphorous ratio (Ca:P) should be between 3:1 to 1:1.
  • Supplement minerals and vitamins.
  • Balance a horse ration in the following order: energy, protein, minerals and vitamins.
  • Monitor your horse body weight and body condition score.
  • Maintain your horse teeth in good “chewing condition”.
  • Change feedstuffs gradually.
  • Feed each horse as an individual.

Feed is perishable. Store feed in a clean, cool and dry location. Storage area should be free of insects and rodents. Do not allow animal's access to feedstuffs directly that could generate sign of insects or rodent infestation. Do not allow animal’s access to hot or moldy feedstuffs at any time.

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