TopGain

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A blend of highly nutritious, natural ingredients for a convenient, nutrient rich, top up feed.

  • Conditioning
  • Muscle & top line
  • High quality protein
  • Excellent levels of Omega 3
  • Healthy coat & skin

Suitable For

  • All levels of work & rest
  • Improving stamina
  • Those with limited appetites
  • All equines
  • Recovery
£32.50

p
18 - 24
f
16 - 24
s
<5
t
<5

Feeding Instructions

As with any new feed, introduce gradually over a week.

Use 100g a day per 100kg body weight, i.e. 500g per
day for a 500kg horse.

At times of greater need use up to three times this
amount (e.g. 500g - 1.5kg for a 500kg horse per day).

Feed soaked, use 2-2.5 parts water to 1 part feed.


A level Stubbs bowl scoop = 1.7kg approximately


Blends & Balancer Measure displays 100g increments and holds up to 500g

Composition

Lucerne leaf, Cooked full fat linseed.

Nutrients

All products are natural and seasonal variations can occur, the packaging of each product will detail the typical analysis which is relevant to the batch/cut within the bag. Below are this product’s specification ranges to give an indication of the seasonal variations that can occur for this product.

Specification Ranges

Crude Fat (Oil) % 9 - 12 %
Crude Ash % 8 - 12 %
Crude Protein % 18 - 24 %
Crude Fibre % 16 - 24 %
Sugar % <5 %
Starch % <5 %
Digestible Energy High 11 - 13 MJ/kg

Vitamins & Minerals

We do not add vitamins as they occur naturally within the ingredients, often in their precursor form. The packaging of each of our forage products details average vitamin, mineral and trace element figures produced by the British Association of Green Crop Driers to give an indication of the levels found within Lucerne or Grass. Simple System undertakes mineral analysis every two years or when/if the source of the product is changed. Below are the most up to date figures specific to this product.

Major Minerals

Calcium % 1.19
Phosphorus % 0.34
Sodium % 0.12
Potassium % 1.12
Magnesium % 0.25
Chloride % 0.71
Sulphur % 0.27

Minor Minerals

Copper mg/kg 9.99
Manganese mg/kg 36.2
Zinc mg/kg 41.3
Iron mg/kg 932
Selenium mg/kg <0.5

Bought as a four year old for my daughter, this little lady has been the best ever. Lots of consistent wins with school shows, then onto unaffiliated shows and then affiliated. She has been on a Simple System diet for most of her life. This pic was taken last summer and she will be 31 years old next month. This winter I felt she needed a bit of extra goodness so put her on TopGain . Really helped to keep her weight on through this awful winter. Retired now, but not before she taught my grandchildren a few basics.

Brenda Hedley

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