Pavo FibreBeet

16,25 Out of stock, but available
Some horses are difficult to keep in shape: they collapse and their muscularity diminishes. Feeding with (more) concentrate is not always the solution. Read more
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Brand:
Pavo
Availability:
Out of stock, but available
Delivery time:
3-5 days

Information

About Pavo FibreBeet

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Some horses are difficult to keep in shape: they collapse and their muscularity decreases. Feeding with (more) concentrate is not always the solution.

Your horse is in perfect condition with Pavo FibreBeet

Pavo FibreBeet has been specially developed for horses and ponies with a handicap. It is a carefully formulated combination of SpeediBeet (beet pulp flakes), alfalfa and highly digestible fiber from soy hulls with a touch of Fenugreek for flavor. The high-quality proteins from lucerne makes FibreBeet the ideal roughage supplement for lean, lean (sport) horses to get back in perfect condition. Pavo FibreBeet is completely grain-free and also contains a very low sugar and starch content. It is therefore also very suitable for horses that are sensitive to sugar.

Feed Pavo FiberBeet soaked

Before you can feed Pavo FibreBeet, you must first soak it in water, in the ratio 1: 3 (FiberBeet: water). Leave it in warm water for 15 minutes (45 minutes in cold water) and you will see that the chunks absorb all the moisture and that a dry, tasty grain remains.

Tip: supplement vitamins and minerals!

Pavo FibreBeet falls under the roughage category and contains no added vitamins and minerals. Do you only feed Pavo FibreBeet in addition to your other roughage? Then supplementation of vitamins and minerals is recommended, for example with Pavo Vital or the Pavo SummerFit biscuits.

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