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Hay Stretcher Large Pels (Blue Seal)

Hay StretcherHay Stretcher
This feed from Blue Seal is a pelleted hay stretcher. It is high in fiber and can replace or supplement hay. This feed aims to support digestive health and function, but does not contain vitamins and therefore should not replace grain in a diet.
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Ingredients: Wheat Middlings, Soybean Hulls, Oat Hulls, Alfalfa Meal, Cane Molasses, Calcium Carbonate

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$0.79 / kg
Dry Matter:
Digestible Energy:
2.59 Mcal / kg (DM)
Nutritional Analysis
Dry Matter
As Fed
Dry matter measures everything in your feed except for the water or moisture content. Because moisture content varies, nutritionists formulate diets on a dry matter basis.
Feeding rate:
Nutrients Concentration Per 1000 g
Digestible EnergyDigestible energy provides an estimate of the usable calorie content of a feed commonly expressed as megacalories per kilogram or pound (Mcal/kg or lb). 2.59 Mcal / kg 2.33 Mcal
Crude ProteinCrude Protein is an estimate of the total protein content of a feed based on the nitrogen content. 12.8 % DM (min) 115 g
LysineLysine is typically considered the first limiting amino acid in equine diets. It is involved in immune function, metabolism, and making collagen and elastin. -- % DM -- g
CalciumCalcium is important for maintaining strong bones and teeth. It should be provided in a ratio of approximately 1.5:1 Calcium to Phosphorus. 1.2 % DM 10.8 g
PhosphorusPhosphorus is a macromineral involved in the maintaining the structure and function of bone. It is also a component of ATP and cell membranes.