Cavalor Cavalor WholeGain
Indication for use
Cavalor WholeGain – complementary feed for horses - is an energy-rich feed concentrate for sport horses and breeding. It is based on extensive scientific research which has shown that the addition of specific fatty acids to the daily feed ration, such as omega 3 and omega 6, produces exceptionally good results. This leads to an optimal energy balance, which in turn contributes to uniform growth and increasingly good physical condition. This is manifested, for example, by an overall improvement in condition and greater staying power (due to a "glyco-sparing effect"), a shiny coat, better feed conversion (more energy out of fewer kilos of feed), less transpiration and a marked decrease in muscle stiffness and liver and digestive problems. Cavalor WholeGain is mainly used prior to competition in eventing, racing and endurance and for an optimal condition of sales horses.
Cavalor WholeGain is also used during critical periods in breeding and rearing of horses. At these times, energy needs are high, especially for the broodmare in early lactation. Cavalor WholeGain can be safely given to foals with “Meconium elimination problems". The foals gain more weight during the first week and have a higher feed conversion. Cavalor WholeGain may positively influence the mare’s milk production with regards to quality and composition.
Composition, application and safety of the product
Cavalor WholeGain contains a.o.: vitamin A, D3, K3, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, E, C, Folic acid, choline, biotin; trace elements such as copper and macro minerals such as calcium and phosphorus . Cavalor WholeGain has twice the energy value and contains eight times more oil (specific fatty acid formulation) than conventional horse feeds (without making the horse too hot). This feed is suitable for performance horses and lactating mares, which have a higher energy requirement. Cavalor WholeGain contains easily digestible ingredients processed from grains, seeds and vegetable oils. Cavalor WholeGain is given in combination with normal cereals and feed concentrates.