St.Hippolyt Irish Mash
It's a tradition
(€ 1,46 / kg, Price shown includes 13% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)
Features & Advantages
- High quality supplementary feed
- Quick and easy to prepare
- Ideal after illnesses
Item no.: ASS-13141, Content: 15 kg, EAN: n/a
Use as a porridge or liquid feed
For centuries, Mash has been a supplement to horse feed. It has been used after hard work, in times of convalescence or to support normal digestive function. Traditionally, linseed is cooked for the production of mash and fed warm together with wheat bran and Glauber's salt. This tasty mass stimulates appetite and digestion, purifies the digestive tract and thus optimises the metabolic situation. Even today, mash has a very special place in horse's feeding schedules. Horses like it either as a porridge or liquid feed. Horses love mash so much that it makes a great meal after a long illness, loss of appetite or chewing problems. Mash supports regeneration after competitions, breeding and foal birth. Mash is particularly popular with older and nervous horses, as well as with cases of indigestion, changing coat and changing feed.
There's always a good reason for a warm meal
St. Hippolyt Irish Mash is closely based on the original recipe, but has been further developed according to the latest nutritional knowledge. It is easy to prepare and uses a variety of ingredients.
No boiling necessary
Irish Mash makes a particularly tasty natural detoxification diet for horses. All the raw materials are of the best quality and come predominantly from organic cultivation. The linseed is gently cracked using a process developed by us, which means that the mash can be prepared quickly (no cooking) without long swelling times. An impairment or destruction of the natural substances (mucilages, etc.) is largely excluded using this method.
In addition to wheat bran, linseed and wheat germ, other digestive substances such as brewer's yeast, dried apples and aromatic herbs are used in the Irish Mash. Minerals from marine algae ensure high availability in the metabolism.
Moderate starch content
In favour of digestibility, the content of caramelised rolled oats, corn and barley flakes was kept low in the Irish Mash. The phosphorous and protein have been balanced in this mix.
Irish Mash can be fed 1-3 times a week instead of concentrated feed, and in special cases only with hay and straw.
Mix 1–1.5 kg of Irish Mash with the same amount of warm water. Let stand for approx. 15 minutes and serve warm.
1 to 3 times a week: pour 1–3 litres of warm water over 1 kg of mash and let it swell for approx. 15 minutes. Particularly suitable for older horses.
|Animal Feed:||Supplementary Feed for Horses|
- Wheat bran
- Barley flakes
- Whole grain oat flakes
- Corn flakes
- Ground linseeds
- Apple pomace
- Sugar beet molasses
- Beet pulp
- Grape peels
- Apple syrup
- Warm-air-dried grass chaff
- Ground sunflower seeds
- Beer yeast
- Sea salt
- Cold-pressed linseed oil
- Cold-pressed sunflower oil
- Wheat germ
- Sea algae calcium
|Crude protein||11,5 %|
|Crude fibre||8,5 %|
|Crude fat||5 %|
|Raw ash||7,2 %|
|Digestible crude protein||92 g|
|Digestible energy||10,5 mg|
Nutritional Physiological Additives
|Vitamin A||7.200 UI|
|Vitamin D3||800 UI|
|Vitamin E||50 mg|
|Iodine E2||0,8 mg|
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