Your Equine Needs Under One Roof

Your Equine Needs Under One Roof

Thursday, September 27, 2007


Oats free feed. scientifically formulated to provide the fuel and essential nutrients required for optimum performance, for horses prone to the tying up syndrome and other muscle disorder.
RELEASE'S high fat formula is fortified with increased levels of Vitamins E and Selenium anti oxidants that aid in the protection of muscle funtion. RELEASE also contain HYGAIN Bio Chromium Yeast which has been shown to reduce lactic acid accimulation at the end of work or duing the closing stages of a race.

Min Crude Protein 15%
Min Crude Fat 10%
Max Crude Fibre 9%
Max Added Salt 1.5%
Min Calcium 1.0%
Min Phosphorous 0.6%
Vitamin E 745IU/kg
Vitamin C 500IU/kg

formula is a blend of the following quality ingredients: MICRLUPINS, MICRBEANS, MICRMAIZE, MICRBARLEY, Sunflower Seeds, Blended Vegetable Oils (including Omega essential fatty acids), Molasses, Potassium Chloride, Magnesium Oxide, Calcium Carbonate, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Salt, Yea Sacc Live Yeast Culture, HYGAIN Chromium Yeast, Vitamins E, C, B1, HYGAIN Selenium Yeast and HYGAIN Vitamin and Mineral Premix.

Micronizing is a state of the art process by which the grain's moisture and infrared heat is used to reconfigure the grain's structural matrix. This leads to increased feed efficiency, with greater than 90% of the grain's starch being digested in the small intestine. Increased digestion in the small intestine reduces the burden on the large intestine, which in turn leads to fewer incidences of acidosis, colic, laminitis, fatigue and nervousness.

SELENIUM act as an anti oxidant to prevent fatty acid oxidisation which can cause tissue damage. HYGAIN Bio Selenium Yeast is an organic form of selenium which has been shown to be more readily digested and retained than selenium in inorganic forms.

The addition of organic chromium to performance horse diets has been shown to reduce the build up of lactic acid at the end of strenuous exercise or the closing stages of a race, and to increase the horse's ability to store glucose.

Calcium 10g, Vitamin A 17950IU
Phosphorous 6g, Vitamin D3 1575IU
Magnesium 4g, Vitamin E 745IU
Sodium 6g, Vitamin B1 210mg
Potassium 10g, Vitamin B2 17.5mg
Chloride 11g, Niacin 75mg
Iron 217mg, D-Cal Pant 20mg
Zinc 175mg, Vitamin B6 7.5mg
Manganese 130mg, Vitamin B12 50ug
Copper 61mg, Folic Acid 5mg
Iodine 0.75mg, Biotin 250ug
Cobalt 0.4mg, Vitamin K3 8.25mg
Selenium 1mg, Choline 400mg

contains high fat levels for energy and additional supplementation of electrolytes to prevent dehydration, with magnesium and potassium chloride to increase the blood flow to muscles and prevent potassium depletion.

RELEASE also contains high levels of Vitamin B1 which aids in energy utilisation and helps keep horses calm in nervousness is part of the tying up syndrome, and Vitamin C for immune function.

RELEASE is complete feed and as such the addition of any other grains only serves to dilute the nutritional balance of the feed.
RELEASE should be fed with a 1 : 1 ratio of roughage. That is the same amount of hay or chaff to RELEASE fed.
A horse in full work should receive between 3 - 6kg of RELEASE per day and between 4 - 6kg of roughage per day.

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