• Stud-Care 32 Balancer

    Stud-Care 32 Balancer is a premium stud balancer pellet designed for very low feeding rates. It can be fed solely to well-conditioned breeding stock (mares pregnant or lactating, stallions, foals, weanlings, store horses) or those on very good grass or to heavy - topped young stock or growing horses that require optimum levels of nutrients for normal skeletal growth and development without any additional calories.

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    ''We feed Gain Horse Feeds and we find that our horses always reach their full growth and development potential''

    Bill and Tara Dwan Castlebridge Stud

     KEY FEATURES

    • 32% protein balancer with elevated levels of vitamins and minerals.
    • Can be fed as the sole concentrate to well-conditioned mares or heavy – topped youngstock requiring small quantities of feed.
    • Ensures optimum supply of nutrients for youngstock.
    • Suitable for foals and yearlings at grass when soil minerals are depleted or when overstocking is an issue.
    • Can be fed as a cereal balancer when extra calories are required for broodmares or youngstock.
    • Soybean and  milk whey powder provide high quality protein for lactation and foetal/foal growth.
    • Linseed provides omega 3 fatty acids to support a healthy coat.
    • Advanced mineral/vitamin premix supports fertility, milk production and sound growth.
    • Bioplex® trace minerals, including Copper, Zinc and Manganese, maximise availability.
    • Selplex® organic Selenium helps support antioxidant status.
    • Contains elevated levels of Vitamin E to help nutritionally support reproduction
    • Proviox natural plant antioxidants support vitamin E utilisation
    • Yea-sacc®1026 live yeast improves fibre digestion, nutrient uptake and hindgut health.
    • Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS)  prebiotic maintains fibre digestion and a healthy gut
    • Elevated biotin levels help maintain hoof health and tensile strength.
    • Contains mycotoxin binders

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