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horse and nutrition

NUTRIMENTS

Starch

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A complexe carbohydrate composed of many glucose molecules. It is the principal component of cereals.

Proteins

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Proteins are nitrogen (N) rich macromolecules composed of one or more amino-acid chains.

Fibres

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Plants walls are constructed from fibres resistant to the digestive enzymes produced by the horse : Insoluble fibres and Soluble fibres.

Oils and fats

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Lipids are insolubles in water but soluble in organic solvents. We can distinguish : Saturated fatty acids and Unsaturated fatty acids.

Minerals

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The REVERDY range proposes feeds offerings an optimale coverage of requirements of all these elements, regardless of the age or the activity of your horse.

Vitamins

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The REVERDY range proposes feeds offerings an optimal coverage of requirements of all these elements, no matter what the age or activity of your horse.

Specific Nutriments

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Assimilation factors stem from the transformation of barley grains by germination and lactic fermentation from 8 strains of micro-organisms (lactobacillus and lactis steptococcus).