Why supplement equine feed with microbial solutions?
Modern equine management practices are often inconsistent with the natural feeding habits and physiology of horses. In addition, leisure and racing horses are often subject to stress from transportation, competition, medications and more. In horses, this could impair their digestive function and create a microflora imbalance, leading to digestive disorders.
Horses’ natural defense and oxidative status are also often impacted by stress, with consequences on equine performance and well-being.
Feeding strategies that include nutritional and natural anti-oxidative solutions are able to preserve the horse’s delicate digestive function and balance. These strategies can help horses face the challenges of modern equine housing, competition and training.
Specific solutions for your Success in equine management
With extensive expertise in natural microbial products and service solutions, Lallemand Animal Nutrition offers a wide range of notably probiotics (yeast and bacteria), yeast derivatives, fermented feed and natural antioxidants for use in horses. Lallemand Animal Nutrition’s specific solutions can help leisure and performance horses alleviate digestive and oxidative stress challenges, which helps safeguard their general well-being and performance.
The Lallemand Animal Nutrition range of products for equine solutions includes:
Not all products are available in all markets nor all claims allowed in all regions.
YANG is an association of specific fractions from specifically selected inactivated yeast strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Cyberlindnera jadiniifor the animal nutrition. YANG is an innovative…
LEVUCELL SC is a live yeast used as a probiotic in ruminant and equine feeds. The strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-1077 was selected from thousands…
FERMAID EASE is a natural feed ingredient specific for horses. Contact us for more information.
MELOFEED is a feed ingredient obtained from the lyophilization of melon fruit pulp and juice. The resulting product is naturally rich in…