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.
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