EZ-NRG Next Gen Feed

For BREEDING AND GROWING Horses

EZ-NRG Next Gen Feed is designed to provide high fiber, energy and fat, with low starch, no fillers, no corn, no soy, and no added oils or fat. Primary ingredients are steam treated processed sugar beet pulp, course ground flax seed and parboiled rice bran, making it energy dense and highly digestible. Healthier hind gut microbiome Improved fiber digestion Decreased acid in the hind gut Healthier Immune system Superior source of Omega-3 fatty acids Naturally meets Lysine requirements when fed as recommended.

EZ-NRG Next Gen Feed includes EZ-VTM Vitamins/Minerals and Digestive Aids.  It is specifically designed to strategically deliver EZ-VTM at a set rate to meet energy needs of Gestating, Lactating and Growing Horses. EZ-VTM is a vitamin, mineral, and probiotic digestive aids supplement that meets Nutrient Requirements of Horses* (NRC) when fed as recommended. EZ-VTM uses strains of live probiotics to promote healthy gut microbiome and fiber digestibility, so horses synthesize their own B Vitamins and amino acids in a natural sustainable way. Targets expensive ingredients such as Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and Vitamin E.  Vitamin E is essential in treatment of EPM and over-all immune system health Includes key trace minerals copper, zinc, manganese and selenium Only sulfate and chelated mineral sources.

$24.50

INGREDIENTS BEET PULP, WHEAT MIDDS, SUN CURED ALFALFA MEAL, FLAXSEED, RICE BRAN, MOLASSES PRODUCTS, SODIUM BENTONITE, SALT, L-LYSINE, VITAMIN E SUPPLEMENT, MANGANESE AMINO ACID COMPLEX, ACTIVE DRY YEAST, STEARIC ACID, ZINC AMINO ACID COMPLEX, MINERAL OIL, MANGANESE SULFATE, COPPER AMINO ACID COMPLEX, COPPER SULFATE, SODIUM SELENITE, SELENIUM YEAST, NATURAL & ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS, VITAMIN A SUPPLEMENT, VITAMIN D3 SUPPLEMENT, ETHYLENEDIAMINE DIHYDROIODINE AND COBALT CARBONATE

FEEDING DIRECTIONS Supplement should be fed at a rate from 0.25% minimum to 1.25% maximum of body weight according to class and activity of horse. Use in combination with adequate forage at a minimum of 1% forage of body weight daily. Always provide good quality long stem forage. Provide abundant, fresh supply of water and plain white salt at all times. Consult your Nutritionist for additional feeding recommendations.

*Nutrient Requirements for Horses – a compilation of scientific data published by the National Academy of Sciences (a private non-profit society congressionally funded and mandated to document Animal Nutrition Research). This publication is updated every 8-12 years with research pulled from universities and foundations across the globe.

NRC* for Lactating Mare EZ-NRG
Next Gen
9 LBS
Bermuda
Hay
17 LBS
Alfalfa
Hay
9 LBS
EZ Program**
Nutrients
Energy, Mcal 31.7 11.39 14.45 9.90 35.74
Crude Protein, grams 1535 531.18 698.19 706.05 1935.42
Starch, grams NA 647.55 0.00 0.00 647.55
Crude Fat, grams NA 299.43 208.25 102.15 609.83
Linolenic Acid, grams (Omega-3) NA 231.66 0.00 0.00 231.66
Linoleic Acid, grams (Omega-6) NA 48.96 0.00 0.00 48.98
Crude Fiber, grams NA 569.52 2006.0 306.0 2881.52
Trace Minerals (Milligrams)
Copper 125 148.8 61.7 36.7 247.2
Iron 500 856.3 1727.7 2527.7 5111.6
Manganese 500 772.2 487.2 179.6 1430.1
Zinc 500 664.9 246.8 114.3 1026.1
Cobalt 0.6 1.4 0.0 1.3 2.6
Selinium 1.25 2.2 0.0 1.4 3.6
Iodine 4.4 4.2 0.0 0.6 4.8
Fat Soluble Vitamins (International Units)
Vitamin A 22500 33750 0 0 33750
Vitamin D 3300 4500 0 0 4500
Vitamin E 1000 1013 0 0 1013
Probiotic Care (Billion CFU Levels)
Saccharomyces c. boulardii 1079 NA 16.88 0.0 0.0 16.88
Saccharomyces cerevisiae 1077 NA 16.88 0.0 0.0 16.88
B Vitamins (Milligrams) (Healthy gut microbiome will synthesize It’s own)
Thiamin 37.5 32.67 0.0 0.0 32.67
Riboflavin 25 17.28 0.0 0.0 17.28
Amino Acids (Grams) (Healthy gut microbiome will synthesize It’s own)
Lycine 84.8 29.3 24.1 30.5 84
Macrominerals (Grams)
Calcium 59.1 28.2 32.8 54 115.0
Phosphorus 38.3 25.7 18 10.3 54
Sodium 12.8 11 11.4 3.7 26.1
Magnesium 11.2 15.0 12.8 10.6 38.4
Potassium 47.8 49.0 120.7 87.1 256.8
Chloride 45.5 21.2 45.1 23.9 90.2
Sulphur 18.8 7.3 32.1 9.5 49.0
*Nutrient Requirements of Horses, Sixth Revised Edition, Animal NutritionSeries, National Reserarch Council of the National Academies, 2007