Posted: 2nd December 2014 | Back to news feed

BREEDING champions of the future, Emma Blundell of Mount St John Stud recognises the importance of correct nutrition.

 Says Emma: “The focus of our breeding programme at Mount St John is ‘Quality without Compromise’ which is why we choose to feed TopSpec that is ‘Created without Compromise’.  TopSpec gives us the peace of mind that all our stock are getting the very best nutritional support for fertility, lactation, growth and performance.”

 TopSpec Stud Feed Balancer will promote superb muscle and skeletal development without providing excess calories resulting in overtopping.

 The feed balancer improves the amount of nutrients a horse can extract from his total diet meaning that breeding stock can receive optimum nutrition from reduced levels of hard feed, with many resulting benefits.

 TopSpec Stud Feed Balancer greatly improves hoof, skin and coat quality, whilst helping to maintain appetite, moderating the effects of stress on horses and helping to maintain a healthy immune system.

 TopSpec Stud Feed Balancer contains the following features:-

  • Optimum amounts of all the      micronutrients needed to complement feed intake and allow broodmares and      youngstock to reach their maximum potential.
  • Excellent quality protein      and intracellular soya oil.
  • Concentrated levels of added      micronutrients, including chelated minerals for improved availability.
  • Powerful levels of Vitamin E      and selenium, vital antioxidants, important for fertility and muscle      function.
  • Effective levels of amino      acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements to develop and maintain      strong bone and superb muscle.
  • The scientifically proven      levels of Biotin (15mg/500kg horse/day), and associated nutrients, to      improve hoof and coat quality and skin conditions.
  • Two advanced yeast products      to help optimise fibre digestion in the hindgut and remove gut pathogens.

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