Dunstan Stallion Mix

 

 

A premium, high energy textured feed for Stallions during the breeding season.

  • Extruded cereals
  • Chromium
  • Lysine
  • Live yeast
  • Selenium yeast
  • Organic minerals
  • Increased levels of natural vitamin E

Dunstan Stallion Mix
 
 
  • Dunstan Stallion Mix is a high specification, complete feed formulated to meet the strict nutrient and energy demands of the Stallion during the breeding season.

    The use of extruded cereals supplies a readily available energy source, but in a highly digestible form which is less likely to cause digestive upsets as a result of excessive fermentation in the caecum or hindgut.

    The addition of Vegetable Oil also contributes valuable calories and assists with enhancing skin and coat condition.

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

    Organic Selenium as Selenium Yeast is included to provide a highly available and safe form of Selenium.

    The high level of Natural Vitamin E combined with the highly bio-available Organic Selenium assist to maintain normal muscle function and together act as antioxidants to protect body tissues from oxidative stress.

    Natural Vitamin E is used due to its improved potency and bioavailability. Elevated levels of Vitamin E are appropriate in Dunstan Stallion Mix to take into account the reduced time out on pasture experienced by most Stallions.

    The addition of a live yeast aids digestion and will assist in maintaining a more optimal hindgut pH, therefore contributing to overall health of the intestinal ecosystem of the horse.

    Chromium yeast is included as an aid to overall energy utilisation.
    Equine Safe
    Dunstan Horsefeeds are produced in Equine-Safe manufacturing plants, ensuring a product of premium quality, safety and performance.

    Professionally formulated for New Zealand Horses performing under New Zealand conditions.
  • Oats, Extruded Maize, Extruded Barley, Maize, Peas, Soya Bean Meal, Sunflower Seeds, Vegetable Oil, Molasses, Limestone, Salt, Lysine, Chromium, Live Yeast Minerals and Vitamins.
  • Typical Analysis (dry matter basis)

    Crude Protein 14%
    Fibre 6.0%
    Fat 9.0%
    Salt 1.5%
    DE Energy 16.0 MJ/KG

    Nutrient Composition - typical analysis per kilo of Dunstan Stallion Mix (as fed)

    Crude Protein 125g minimum
    Lysine8g
    Calcium 10g
    Phosphorus6.0g
    Sodium 4.0g
    Chloride 7.0g
    Potassium 8.0g
    Magnesium 2.0g
    Iron 140mg
    Zinc (Organic) 145mg
    Manganese 100mg
    Copper (Organic) 50mg
    Cobalt 0.5mg
    Iodine 1mg
    Selenium (Organic) 0.9mg
    Vitamin A 10,000i.u
    Vitamin D 1,000i.u
    Vitamin E 400mg
    Vitamin K 2.0mg
    Thiamine B1 6.0mg
    Riboflavin B2 6.0mg
    Pyridoxine B6 5.0mg
    Vitamin B12 50ug
    Niacin 20mg
    Pantothenate 10mg
    Biotin 100ug
    Folic Acid 1.5mg
    Choline 150mg

    Heat stable Vitamins added at the time of manufacture

  • Amounts per horse per day when offered as the full feed:
    The recommended feeding rates are based on a 500kg horse and are guidelines only.

    Off Season 2kg - 3kg
    Breeding season 3kg - 5kg
    • The recommended feeding rates for Dunstan Stallion Mix 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.
       
    • 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 Stallion Mix 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 Stallion Mix make it unsuitable for feeding to sheep.