Bluegrass Stud Mix have been developed to increase milk yield and improve milk quality. A low starch content to prevent gastric upset and high levels of micronutrients provided by the presence of Stamm 30®.
Stamm 30 provides bio-available sourced of critical micronutrients including a blend of yeast culture, bioplexes and bi-available blends of magnesium and natural vitamins, Vitamin E deficiencies have been shown to contribute to low fertility, poor immunity, muscle damage, stiffness and slow recovery.
Contains Marine Derived Calcium - designed to promote gut health, gastric health and improve bone density
Supplying the correct nutrients and diet throughout pregnancy is key for the successful development of the foal, after several months foetus begins to develop quickly, with two-thirds of development occurring during the last few months of gestation. Research has shown that a high fibre, high fat diet helps to produce a high quality and quantity of milk.
Bluegrass Stud mix has been formulated to not only supply to mare throughout gestation and lactation but also to the stallion throughout the breeding season. Maintaining a correct condition score for the stallion along with a balanced diet is essential in achieving a high and successful fertility rate.
- Horses requiring elevated energy & protein levels in their diet.
- Broodmares in late gestation and early lactation
- Working Stallions
- Growing Stallions
- Complementary blend of alfalfa and micronized cereals
- Mycotoxin binders
- Natural vitamin E
- Stamm 30
- Flaxseed, a natural source of omega 3
- Marine derived calcium
|Digestible Energy (mj/kg)
Composition (Descending Order)
Clipped oats, sugar beet, flake maize, soya (bean) meal *GM1, soya (bean) hulls *GM1, bran pellets, hi oil molglo, wheat feed, soya oil, flake peas, barley, alfalfa, molasses, maize distillers dark grains *GM2, maize gluten feed *GM2, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, sodium chloride, linseed
Vitamin A: 11,000 IU/KG, Vitamin D3: 1,200 IU/KG, Vitamin E: 200 IU/KG
*Based on daily intake, fed with high quality forage, at a recommended minimum of 1.5% body weight (dry matter) per day based on a 500kg horse