Cavalor Strucomix is the answer of Cavalor to all the concentrated feeding alternatives other brands supply for horses. Horses are prey animals that lived like most pray animals today do. They were foraging for most of the day and developed a thick large intestine and a strong stomach to be able to decompose a large variety of food sources. However, most concentrates are not adjusted to these evolutionary changes that took thousands of years. Cavalor Strucomix chooses to stick with their natural roots and uses a mix of natural herbs and alfalfa to stimulate the intestinal flora. Cavalor Strucomix can be used to replace the other feed and should alleviate stress put on the body caused by overconsumption of certain ingredients. Cavalor Strucomix, an organic and evolutionary sound solution for many modern problem in horses.
- ✔ Evolutionary sound mix of ingredients
- ✔ Improves the intestinal flora
- ✔ Support a healthy respiratory system
Flax plant product / wheat fiber / Barley / alfalfa stems / Chicory pulp / Alfalfa / expanded wheat, extruded / linseed meal / cane molasses / pea flakes (dried processed) / wheat / soybean oil / carrot pieces (dried processed) / sunflower seed extracted / spelt / herbs / calcium carbonate / salt / palm oil / Vitamin A supplement / vitamin D3 supplement / Vitamin E supplement / Choline chloride / ferrous sulfate / manganese sulfate / calcium iodate / copper sulfate / zinc sulfate / sodium selenite / Propyl gallate (used as a preservative) / yeast culture dehydrated produced by saccharomyces cerevisiae
Daily Dose Cavalor Strucomix Original
Daily feeding rate: Quantity per animal per day per 220lbs live body weight in addition to at least 16.5 lbs roughage. As a complete feed: maintenance: 2.7 lbs / light work: 2.8 lbs / medium work: 3.3 lbs. As a feed: maintenance: 1.1 lbs / light work: 1.3 lbs / Medium work: 1.5 lbs. As a supplement: 0.75 lbs. Provide unlimited fresh water at all times. (These feed recommendations are intended as a guideline only. You may need to adjust the feeding rates bases on the condition of the individual horse being fed.)