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If you have roughage with a low protein content or a horse with an increased protein requirement (e.g. for sport horses or older horses) your horse will often not get enough protein to cover its daily needs. Pavo ProteinPlus gives you the opportunity to supplement the feed ration with pure essential amino acids (protein). This is the easy way to compensate for a protein deficit without making too many changes to the feeding plan.

Why is it important that the haste gets enough protein?
Proteins are building blocks that consist of amino acids and are essential for all types of processes in the body. Proteins strengthen the immune system and promote fur and hoof growth in your horse. In addition, proteins are essential for muscle development and regulation of hormonal functions, but also for foal growth and lactation in breeding mares. Sufficient protein in the feed is therefore not only important for the muscles, as many think, but is essential for the horse's general health.

When should you supplement with protein?
The results from numerous forage analyzes show that the protein content of the forage continues to decrease. In fact, it is so low in many of the analyzes that the daily need for protein can no longer be met for horses in maintenance, let alone horses in hard training or pregnant/lactating mares. One option to offset this is to supplement with a protein-rich concentrate, but here you also get extra energy, starch, vitamins and minerals that your horse does not necessarily need. Here, a protein source without starch and energy, such as Pavo ProteinPlus, is the perfect solution.

Special features
  • Concentrated, quality protein
  • A supplement for protein deficiency
  • Rich in essential amino acids (including: lysine, methionine and threonine)
  • Supports general health
  • Low quality forage (low protein)
  • A grain-free feeding
  • Thin horses, which or are allocated sufficient feed
  • Increased protein requirement, e.g. for pregnant/lactating mares, old horses, sports horses, young horses or horses undergoing rehabilitation.
  • Poor fur and hoof quality
  • Alfalfa
  • Soya (bûnne) crisp, toasted nonGMO
  • Flax seed cake
  • Calbium carbonate
  • beer yeast
  • Soybean oil
Feeding rules

The protein requirement is different and depends on the horse and its situation. Use the following table and find the daily feeding amount that suits your horse.

Sports horse:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 100 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 50 g

Light work:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 100-150 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 50-75 g

Medium work:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 150-200 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 75-100 g

Hard work:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 150-300 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 75-100 g

Thin horse:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 100-200 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 50-100 g

Old horse:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 100-200 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 50-100 g

In rehabilitation:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 100-200 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 50-100 g

Pregnant mare:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 100-200 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 50-100 g

Lactating mare:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 200-400 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 100-200 g

Young horse <2.5 years:

Horses (approx. 600 kg): 100-200 g
Pony (approx. 300 kg): 50-100 g


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