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Rapeseed Meal Formaldehyde Treated
Rapeseed meal is a by-product of rapeseed oil production. It has a similar nutritional profile to soybean meal and is a suitable protein source for horses. Formaldehyde treatment preserves the amino acid composition of the meal allowing for greater protein utilization by livestock.
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Ingredients: Rapeseed Meal
$0.29 / kg
2.7624 Mcal / kg (DM)
|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).||2.7624||Mcal / kg||2.42||Mcal|
|Crude ProteinCrude Protein is an estimate of the total protein content of a feed based on the nitrogen content.||37.5||% DM||329||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.||1.65||% DM||14.5||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.||0.98||% DM||8.58||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.||1.19||% DM||10.4||g|
|MagnesiumMagnesium acts as a cofactor for over 300 metabolic processes. It is important for muscle and nerve function, bone health, mood regulation and energy production.||0.5||% DM||4.38||g|
|PotassiumPotassium is an electrolyte that help to maintain fluid volume inside cells and cation-anion balance. Exercised horses and horses in hot weather lose potassium through sweat.||1.31||% DM||11.5||g|
|SulfurSulfur is a component of the amino acids methionine and cysteine. It is important for hoof health, joint function, coat quality and metabolic health.||0.79||% DM||6.92||g|
|SodiumSodium is the major electrolyte in the horse's body that regulates fluid levels and nerve transmission. Sodium intake in the form of salt stimulates thirst.||0.17||% DM||1.49||g|
|ChlorideChloride is an electrolyte and is important for the transmission of nerve impulses. It is found in salt (sodium chloride).||0.08||% DM||0.7||g|