To support the fertility of mares and stallions
Due to the high BetaCarotin and vitamin A content, Betacarotilyt can cover the special vitamin needs of breeding horses in a targeted manner. In combination with vitamin E, stallion and fertilization are positively influenced. In addition, Vitamin A is important for the production of colostrum and thus for the foal's first feeding.
(carrying) mare, Fertility
Oat flour, wheat flour, wheat germ, grape sugar, wheat bran, brewer's yeast, calcium carbonate, linseed oil
13.9% crude protein, 8.4% crude ash, 4.6% crude fat, 3.0% crude fiber, 1.6% calcium, 0.6% lysine, 0.5% threonine, 0.5% phosphorus, 0.2% methionine, 0 .1% sodium, 0.1% magnesium
Added substances per kg
300,000 iE vitamin A (3a672a), 8,000 mg vitamin E (3a 700), 12,000 mg beta-carotene (E160a)
Per day (assuming 600 kg):
* 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after insemination and 1 month before the foal is born until 3rd month of lactation.
** During the breeding season