Dunstan Salute

 
 
 

A High Energy Full Feed Formulated for Working Horses.

  • Full Feed
  • No Oats
  • Uses Extruded and Steam Flaked Grains
  • Includes Super Fibres
  • Natural Vitamin E
  • Includes Chromium
  • Contains a live Yeast
  • Organic Selenium

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Dunstan Salute
 
 
  • Dunstan Salute is a high energy full feed, formulated for racehorses and utilising a combination of energy sources. This highly palatable, lightly molassed muesli includes cooked cereal grains, super fibres and vegetable oil to meet the energy demands of the working horse.

    Dunstan Salute utilises extrusion technology in an Oat free diet, with majority of the cereal portion provided as Extruded Barley and Extruded Maize. The extrusion process provides these grains in a highly digestible form which is less likely to cause digestive upsets as a result of excessive fermentation in the caecum and hindgut.

    Vegetable Oil provides an additional calorie source in the equine athlete to boost calorie density of the ration.

    Selenium and elevated levels of Vitamin E are included as key antioxidants, working together to maintain normal muscle function and reduce damage associated with oxidative stress.

    The addition of a live yeast aids digestion and will assist in maintaining an optimum hind gut pH, therefore contributing to the overall health of the intestinal eco system of the horse.

    Minerals are provided as Glycinate Organic Trace Minerals resulting in improved bio-availability. This ensures maximum feed and nutrient utilisation, also aiding development of the natural immune system.

    Chromium Yeast is included as an aid to overall energy utilisation and as an agent to help reduce lactic acid accumulation, a factor associated with muscle fatigue.
  • Bran and Pollard, Extruded Barley, Extruded Maize, Soya Hull Pellets, Molasses, Lupins, Steam Flaked Maize, Vegetable Oil, Lupins, Peas, Sunflower Seeds, Limestone, Salt, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Magnesium Oxide, Chromium, Lysine, Live Yeast, Vitamin E, Pan Apple, Vitamins and Minerals
  • Typical Analysis (dry matter basis)

    Crude Protein14.5%
    Crude Fibre9.0%
    Crude Fat10.0%
    Energy DE15.5 MJ/Kg

    Nutrient Composition – typical analysis per kilo of Dunstan Athlete (as fed)

    Crude Protein 130g
    Lysine 7.5g
    Calcium 9g
    Phosphorus5g
    Chloride 11g
    Sodium 6g
    Potassium 10g
    Magnesium 3g
    Iron200mg
    Zinc (Organic)130mg
    Manganese100mg
    Copper (Organic)50mg
    Cobalt.6mg
    Iodine 1.2mg
    Selenium .5mg
    Vitamin A10000
    Vitamin D1000iu
    Vitamin E320iu
    Vitamin K2mg
    Thiamine B1 6mg
    Riboflavin B2 6mg
    Pyridoxine B6 5mg
    Vitamin B1250mcg
    Niacin20mg
    Pantothenate 10mg
    Biotin280mcg
    Folic Acid 1.5mg
    Choline 650mg
    Chromium1mg
  • The recommended feeding rates for Dunstan Salute are based on a 500kg horse and are guidelines only. Daily feed amounts will vary depending on pasture availability and body condition. Horses are very much individuals with different metabolic efficiencies, some require a little more, others a little less, for the same level of activity.

    Light Work 2.5kg-3.0kg
    Moderate Work 3.0kg-4.0kg
    Hard Work4.0kg-6.0kg
    • The recommended feeding rates for Dunstan Salute are based on a 500kg horse.
       
    • Total daily feed intakes will vary depending on pasture availability and body condition. Horses are very much individuals with different metabolic efficiencies, some require a little more, others a little less, for the same level of activity.


       
    • Ensure adequate fibre intakes by providing 1 % - 1 .5% per day of the horse's body weight as chaff, hay, Dunstan Betabeet/Sugarbeet or pasture (on a Dry Matter basis).
       
    • It is advisable to split the daily hard feed into at least two feeds, preferably 3-4, but feed no more than 2.0 kg of Dunstan Salute per meal.


       
    • Always introduce a new feed gradually over a period of 7 – 10 days, working up to the desired feed intake taking into consideration body condition and work level.


    General Notes
    Always ensure the Horse has access to clean drinking water.

    High Copper levels in Dunstan Salute make it unsuitable for feeding to sheep.