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MUNGA

Category: feed

Non-doping
  • Protein meals (including soybean meal), roasted and rolled lupins, faba beans, lucerne meal, sunflower seeds, vegetable oil, (including Omega 3 and Omega 9 oils), salt, molasses, heat stable vitamins, chelated mineral proteinates and quinaquanone (the active constituent of Bonafide)

  • Australia

Other Features

Animal type

Horse

Ingredient

Protein meals (including soybean meal), roasted and rolled lupins, faba beans, lucerne meal, sunflower seeds, vegetable oil, (including Omega 3 and Omega 9 oils), salt, molasses, heat stable vitamins, chelated mineral proteinates and quinaquanone (the active constituent of Bonafide)

consumable

• Your horse is in light to medium work and would benefit from a concentrated source of protein, vitamins and minerals but without the energy of arbohydrates
• Your horse requires a better topline or more lean muscle development for good health and presentation
• Your horse fizzes up on grain based feeds
• Your horse or pony is prone to, or suffering from laminitis and requires a low starch diet.

Decomposition (in terms of nutrition)

ENERGY DE (MJ/KG) 13
PROTEIN % 25
FAT % 12.5
FIBRE % 13.5
STARCH % 5.2
ESC % 7.2
WSC % 8.4

The nutritional value in a kilo

Calcium 10g
Phosphorous 8g
Magnesium 4g
Potassium 13g
Sodium 10g
Chloride 21g
Manganese 128mg
Iron 114mg
Copper 96mg
Iodine 1.6mg
Zinc 216mg
Selenium 0.4mg
Molybdenum 2mg
Vitamin A 11400iu
Vitamin D 1860iu
Vitamin E 763iu
Vitamin C 1500mg
Quinaquanone 3850ug
Niacin 34mg
Thiamin 14mg
Vitamin B2 8mg
Pantothenate 13mg
Vitamin B6 3.5mg
Vitamin B12 0.03ug
Folate 5mg
Biotin 600ug
Choline 1.8g

manufacturer country

Australia

Description

Unique Features of Mitavite Munga
• Low starch level of 5.2%
• Palatable, muesli style formulation with a low feeding rate
• Contains Bonafide®, Mitavite’s exclusive Vitamin K supplement that supports bone density and good health
• Contains high levels of Essential Amino Acids
• No added grains
• Munga can be feed alone or added to a base ration to improve the integrity of the diet.

Daily Instructions

Roughage (hay, chaff, pasture etc) should be fed at 1-1.5% of bodyweight. Amounts above are a guide. Total daily feed (concentrate + roughage) should be 2-3% of bodyweight depending on age, workload & climate. Refer to the exercise calculator to determine classification of workload. *Oaten or wheaten chaff or hay or pasture. *Oaten or wheaten chaff or hay or pasture. The feeding guides are for temperate climates. In tropical climates increase the amount of Munga
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