Dunstan TriMAREster



A Vitamin and Mineral Concentrate Pellet for the Pregnant Mare in her last Trimester.

  • Concentrated source of key nutrients
  • Low intake
  • Organic minerals
  • Selenium yeast
  • Natural vitamin E

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Dunstan TriMAREster
  • Dunstan TriMAREster provides an intake of key nutrients to the pregnant mare.

    Meeting the pregnant mare’s requirement for key minerals assists in reducing the incidence of skeletal disorders in the subsequent foal.

    Dunstan TriMAREster meets the nutritional shortfalls of pasture-only diets, ideal for pregnant mares that maintain body condition on pasture alone.

    The low feeding rate of Dunstan TriMAREster makes it ideal for ‘good doers’.

    An ideal vitamin and mineral supplement for all horses to balance forage and straight grain diets.

    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
  • Soya Hulls, Barley, Bran and Pollard, Molasses, Vitamins and Minerals, Salt, Soyabean Oil, Limestone.

  • Typical Analysis (dry matter basis)

    Crude Protein 11.0 %
    Fat4.5 %
    Fibre19 %
    Salt 2 %
    Energy DE 12 MJ/Kg

    Nutrient Composition – typical analysis per kg Dunstan TriMAREster (as fed)

    Crude Protein 100g minimum
    Lysine 6.0g
    Calcium 16g
    Phosphorus 6.0g
    Sodium 8.0g
    Iron 450mg
    Zinc (Organic) 900mg
    Copper (Organic) 470mg
    Iodine 4.0mg
    Selenium (Organic) 5.0mg
    Vitamin A 80,000i.u
    Vitamin D 6,000i.u
    Vitamin E 1000i.u

    Heat stable Vitamins added at the time of manufacture

  • The feeding rates below are based on a 500kg bodyweight. Adjust intakes as required depending on bodyweight.

    Last Trimester of a Mare’s pregnancy 500 grams per day
    Spelling 300 grams per day
    Light work 400 grams per day
    Moderate work 500 grams per day
  • NOTE: Do not treat Dunstan TriMAREster as a ‘full feed’ as it is a concentrate with elevated levels of minerals well in excess of a conventional equine feed.

    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).

    General Notes:
    Always ensure the Horse has access to clean drinking water. High Copper levels in Dunstan TriMAREster make it unsuitable for feeding to sheep.