EMH Kräuter Musli
WHY WE LOVE IT
* It smells amazing
* Our horses loves it
* Keeps our hot horse down on his feet
WHAT WOULD WE FIX
* The labels are not the easiest to understand. It does not clearly state what amount of Sugars and Starch is actually in it…
WHEN WE USE IT
For those with airways issues
For picky eaters
For nervous hot horses
The flaked corn in this mix is good energy for horses in cold winters
If you know us, you will know that we often can be found lingering over the bag of Kräuter Musli because it simply smells amazing. Herby, summery, grassy and ohh so fressssh… divine!
The reason we found this feed was due to our normal feed was out of stock. Desperate to find some other feed for hot horses, we ended up with a bag of this mix.
The horses truly love it! The horses seemed to love it, so now this is on our regular shopping list!
LETS GET TECHINCAL
So what does it contain. Well, there is a fairly substantial amount of barley and maize/corn, and also some molasses and lucerne. The lucerne is known for making the horse slow down the eating as it needs to be chewed. The molasses is know to be a by-product of sugar production, and sometimes it makes hot horses go bang, sometimes it doesn’t. The corn is know to give loads of energy, but as it is processed with the flaking, it will lessen the amount of energy actually taken out of it. At least our horses seams calm and collected on it.
Read more about this feed here>
HOW MUCH A DAY
Well the label says one thing, but we do give far less.
We give maybe a kilo of this musli pr day added to the same amount of beetpulp and 12 kilos of good hay to a horse 700 kg.
There are different applications available online that will help you set up a regimen for your horse´s needs, please use one, or get professional advice on how to feed your horse.