Lucerne Low Protein
PharmaHorse Lucerne Low Protein
Lucerne Low Protein (8% protein) was developed for horses that do little work and have a low protein requirement but where (extra) fibre is desired.
The Lucerne Low Protein is unique in that it contains almost half the protein of standard lucerne. The low protein content allows the administration of more lucerne, so that the horse gets more fibre.
Lucerne stimulates chewing and therefore saliva production. Sufficient saliva production is necessary for healthy digestion.
Our Lucerne is dried in a controlled manner, for maximum preservation of nutrients.
All the benefits at a glance:
- Lowest protein content available in a Lucerne product
- High and stable quality
- Contains 5% linseed oil, linseed oil is rich in Omega 3-6-9
- Rich in fiber, fiber contributes to good digestion
- No added sugars, colours, flavours and fragrances
|Composition per kg|
|Grass hay||600 grams|
|Wheat straw||100 grams|
|Linseed oil||50 grams|
PharmaHorse Lucerne Low Protein is 100% free of added sugars. Sugars are not always listed as sugar. Common sugars and sweeteners in supplements are apple aroma, dextrose, sucrose and grape sugar. PharmaHorse does not use any sugars or sweeteners and therefore stands apart from other suppliers. Our products also do not contain other fillers or flavourings.
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The recommended dose of this product for a horse that does little or no work is 50 - 400 grams per day per 100 kg of body weight.
Do not exceed the maximum dosage.
With a high protein intake, sufficient training/exercise is a must!
Direction of use:
The recommended dose can be divided over several feedings or given at once.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
All PharmaHorse products should be stored in a cool, dry place in the original packaging, beyond the reach of children.
This product is a complementary feed for horses and is only suitable for horses and ponies.
This product is not a medicine and has no medicinal effects. Food supplements are not replacements for a healthy lifestyle with a variety of well-balanced food. Therefore, if your horse is sick or has a medical disorder, it is important to contact a veterinarian.