All-in-One is a caramel flavoured, granular supplement that contains a top specification, broad-spectrum supplement plus many specialised supplements, for example, a superb hoof supplement, generous levels of anti-oxidants and sophisticated digestive aids. This means that it is the most fully-comprehensive supplement you can buy and it can successfully be fed to every horse or pony on your yard. All-in-One is the outstanding multi-supplement that we put into Comprehensive Feed Balancer, therefore they should not be fed together.
All-in-One multi-supplement has been designed to supplement the rations of all horses and ponies simply by adjusting the rate at which it is fed and the products it is fed with. Because it contains insignificant calories it is one of the products that we would recommend for good-doers. As it is a powder it must be mixed with at least a double handful of appropriate chaff.
When TopSpec All-in-One is fed there is therefore often no need to add any further supplements, other than salt and/or electrolytes for sweating horses. The addition of a broad-spectrum supplement, vitamin E and selenium anti-oxidants, blood tonics, yeast supplements, a hoof supplement, a bone supplement, a metabolic supplement and immune support is an unnecassary expense and in most cases is ineffective and potentially harmful.
Typical feed regime for a 13.2hh Welsh Section B pony in hard work:-
Grazing plus ad-lib good quality hay or haylage.
Plus one feed per day containing:
75g TopSpec All-in-One supplement.
300g TopChop Lite (‘Non-Heating’ unmolassed alfalfa/straw chop).
An addition/alternative to TopChop Lite would be approx 250g of TopSpec High Fibre Mash mixed with 500mls of water (‘Non-Heating’ low-calorie (as fed) mash designed for good-doers).
Approx. 25g salt, plus 24/7 access to a salt lick
Additives if required; Electrolytes, 10:10 Joint Support, Calmer or Digestive Aid.
Typical Nutritional Analysis per 100g (feeding rate for a 500kg horse):
Vitamin A IU 30,000
Vitamin D3 IU 3,750
Vitamin E IU 1,250
Vitamin K mg 10
Vitamin C mg 50
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) mg 50
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) mg 50
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) mg 50
Vitamin B12 mcg 310
Niacin mg 60
Calpantothenate mg 50
Folic Acid mg 30
Biotin mg 15
Choline mg 50
Copper mg 100
Manganese mg 150
Zinc mg 250
Iron mg 100
Selenium mg 1.5
Iodine mg 1
Calcium % 18
Phosphorus % 6
Salt % 10
Magnesium % 1.5
Inc. Amino acids; Pure, protected yeast; MOS and chelated minerals
Composition: Cooked maize, Vitamin and Mineral premix, Mannan Oligosaccharides (Saf-Mannan) 10,000mg/kg.
Zootechnical additive: Saccharomyces cerevisiae MUCL39885 EU Reg. No: E1710 (Vistacell) to give 375 Billion CFU’s per kg.
A fully comprehensive range of micronutrients included at the optimum levels needed to balance feed intake in the most demanding or stressful situations.
Effective level of biotin (15mg/500kg horse/day), which, in association with the methionine, lysine, calcium, zinc, copper, iodine and vitamin A present, will greatly improve hoof quality. Certain of these nutrients also promote supple skin and a very shiny coat.
Powerful levels of vitamin E and selenium, vital anti-oxidants, important for muscle metabolism, for horses on high oil rations and for breeding stock.
Effective levels of calcium, phosphorous, copper, zinc and vitamin D with additional methionine and lysine to help develop and maintain strong bone.
Raised levels of copper, zinc and B vitamins (and considered levels of iron), important for blood-building.
High levels of vitamin A, C & D, plus pure, protected yeast and MOS (mannan oligosaccharides) which all help to maintain a healthy immune system.
Generous levels of B vitamins, vital for efficient energy metabolism in the high performance horse, and important for horses with compromised hindgut function.
Probiotic and prebiotic yeast products to create a healthy gut environment, improve fibre digestibility and digestive efficiency plus help maintain a healthy immune system:-
i) A pure, protected yeast. Research has shown that this excellent form of yeast can significantly improve feed and fibre digestibility in the horse. This allows horses to gain more benefit from the fibrous parts of their diet.
ii) Mannan oligosaccharides (MOS). This is a natural component of yeast cell walls. It bonds with pathogenic (bad) bacteria, removing them from the gut, leaving the beneficial bacteria free to multiply.