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Cavalor Sportmash Recup

a protein-rich mash for recovery after exercise.

Cavalor Sportmash Recup

  • Stock feed is delivered next working day from just £3 per bag

This mash is a source of high-quality protein that is easily digestible and has a specific amino acid profile, making an optimal contribution to muscle recovery after training or competitions. Soaking the mash ensures that extra fluids will be absorbed. With electrolytes (sodium, potassium and chloride) to replenish loss after sweating.
  • Highly digestible protein - Balanced amino acid profile
  • Rehydrate
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  • We have 6 in stock. More stock due February 22

SUMMARY & USAGE

Cavalor Sportmash Recup is a protein-rich mash for recovery after exercise.

A 600 Kgs horse will eat approximately 0.6 Kgs of Cavalor Sportmash Recup per day.

In this case a bag will last around 25.0 days and cost approximately $1.16 per day

A Cavalor feed scoop contains 550g.

This product weighs 367g per Ltr for comparison in other scoop sizes.

  • Per 100 kg BW Min 100g Max 100g

MORE ABOUT

Cavalor Sportmash is a protein-rich mash for recovery after exercise. This mash is a source of high-quality protein that is easily digestible and has a specific amino acid profile, making an optimal contribution to muscle recovery after training or competitions. Soaking the mash ensures that extra fluids will be absorbed. With electrolytes (sodium, potassium and chlorine) to replenish loss after sweating.

HOW TO USE

To prepare Cavalor Sportmash Recup, mix 1 part mash with 2 parts water (60 °C). Leave to soak for 30 minutes. We recommend feeding, per 100 kg of body weight, 100 g. For a horse of 600 kilograms, this means 600 g. Give Cavalor Sportmash Recup within 30 minutes after training or competition.

DID YOU KNOW

Highly digestible protein, balanced amino acid profile

Even more important than protein content is the level of digestible protein. For example, about 50-80% of soy protein is digestible, while hay has much lower levels of digestible protein. The easier the protein is to digest, the less protein is needed to get the right levels of amino acids. Contains easily digestible sources of protein, including soy, potato protein, alfafa and wheat middlings, so the total protein content can remain limited.

The specific composition offers an amino acid profile that is very similar to the horse’s own muscular proteins. The quantity of each of these amino acids and the relative proportions (amino acid profile) determine effective muscle development. Building muscle requires all the amino acids in the right proportions. If even one amino acid is not present, it will slow the process of building muscle.

Muscle recovery

A horse is only in top form if its muscles are in optimal shape. The equine body has more than 700 muscles, each with its own function. When a horse trains, tiny tears appear in the muscle fibres. These are not harmful and are part of the natural muscle building process, but they do have to be repaired. Muscles are mainly made out of protein. In order to repair the muscle fibres after exercise, it is necessary for the correct components to be available in the correct quantities – in this case protein. Sufficient high-quality proteins thus provide the essential building blocks for optimal muscle repair.

Electrolytes

Sweating is healthy for a horse. It helps it to cool off more quickly. When working intensively, a horse can lose up to 15 litres of fluids per hour. However, sweat not only consists of fluids but also of minerals and other components. Therefore, a major consequence of sweating is also the loss of large quantities of minerals, also called electrolytes. Not supplementing to compensate for these losses can lead to lower performance, muscle pain and even exhaustion. Sodium, potassium and chlorine compensate the electrolytes that your horse loses during sweating and contribute to optimal recovery after exercise.

ANALYSIS

DE(NRC) 10.854 MJ/kg
NE EWpa(CVB) 0.8 EWpa/kg
VREpa(CVB) 78.0 g/Kg
Crude protein 24.0 %
Crude fat 4.9 %
Crude fibre 7.3 %
Crude ash 9.6 %
Sugars 7.0 %
Starches 18.0 %
Calcium 1.0 %
Magnesium 0.4 %
Phosphorus 0.6 %
Sodium 0.8 %
Starch/feed 36 g
FULL SPECIFICATIONS

INGREDIENTS

Soya (bean) meal feed
Wheat bran
Alfalfa pellet
Barley flakes
Wheat middlings
Linseed
Potato protein
Puffed barley
Beet molasses
Puffed maize
Sodium chloride (2%)
Oats
Toasted soya beans
Horse bean flakes
Calcium carbonate
Carrot, dried
Potassium chloride
Leek, dried
Fenugreek
Fructo-oligosaccharides

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