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Pavo Podo®LacFor heavily pregnant and lactating mares

Pavo Podo®Lac - For heavily pregnant and lactating mares

About Pavo Podo®Lac

A high-quality stud feed providing essential nutrients to the unborn foal and supporting milk production after foaling. Pavo Podo®Lac has been specifically formulated to provide vital nutritional support to mares during pregnancy and lactation.

Pavo Podo®Lac is step 1 in guiding mare and foal.

Also check out step 2: PavoPodo®Start and step 3: Pavo Podo®Grow of the proven Podo®Concept. Are you feeding no or little concentrate of our Podo®Concept? Than we recommend Pavo Podo®Care, a nutritional supplement for very young foals up to 30 months.

From years of roughage investigations we know that the energy and protein values are very different and generally very low. While these are very important nutrients during pregnancy and lactation. That is why Pavo Podo®Lac contains besides a large amount of vitamin E also a high protein- and fat content.

 

Important characteristics
  • Contains the proven Podo®Concept
  • Highly digestible copper, zinc and manganese for optimal bone & cartilage development in the foal
  • Correct calcium/phosphorus ratio for pregnancy and lactation and extra magnesium
  • With extra protein and vitamin E
  • Keeps mares in optimal breeding condition and encourages a maximum milk yield
Application

For mares from the 9th month of pregnancy (or earlier to support good body condition) until the end of lactation.

Helpful tip: Mares that loose weight during lactation.
Pavo Podo®Lac is especially developed the stimulate and support the mare's milk yield. But some mares are giving so much milk, which result in a skinny mare and a fat foal. If you mare is losing weight during lactation, you can replace Pavo Podo®Lac by Pavo EnergyControl at 6-8 weeks after foaling. The mare receives a lot of energy, but the milk production will decrease. This give the mare the oppurtunity to recover. Change gradually to Pavo EnergyControl if necessary (timeframe: in two weeks).

 

Feeding advice
  • Average advice in t9th - 11th month of gestation: 420 gram per 100 kg bodyweight per day
  • Average advice in 1st - 4th month of lactation: 650 gram per 100 kg bodyweight per day
  • Average advice in 5th - 6th month of lactation: 350 gram per 100 kg bodyweight per day, slowly switch to normal feed during this period

Feed scoop content

  • One Pavo feed scope Pavo PodoLac contains approximately 1.2 kg.


Product Specifications

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Contains

Wheat feed
Soya (bean), extracted, toasted
Oats
Barley
Cane Molasses
Soya hulls
Lupins
Lucerne (alfalfa)
Soybean oil
Maize / Corn
Sodium chloride
Linseed
Calcium carbonate
Magnesium Oxide

Package

Bags 20 kg
Big Box 725 kg

Storage advise

Store in a cool, dry and dark place. Reclose after usage

Guaranteed analysis

Energy (DE) 10,2 MJ/kg
Energy (EWpa) 0,86 EWpa
Dig. crude protein 150 gr/kg
Crude protein 18,5 %
Crude fat 6 %
Crude fibre 10 %
Crude ash 8 %
Sugar 9 %
Starch 18 %
Lysine 9,4 g
Methionine 2,4 g

Minerals and trace elements (per kg)

Calcium 0,95 %
Phosphorus 0,4 %
Sodium 0,45 %
Potassium 1,4 %
Magnesium 0,5 %
Copper 66 mg
Iron 125 mg
Zinc 200 mg
Manganese 133 mg
Cobalt 0,63 mg
Selenium 0,52 mg
Iodine 1,15 mg

Chelated minerals
Organic form of Selenium

Shelf life

Bags 6 mth
Big Box 6 mth

Vitamin levels (per kg)

Vitamin A 14.062 IE
Vitamin D3 2.825 IE
Vitamin E 400 mg
Vitamin K3 4,9 mg
Vitamin B1 19 mg
Vitamin B2 19 mg
Vitamin B6 13 mg
Vitamin B12 195 mcg
Pantothenic acid 26 mg
Choline 335 mg
Folin 12 mg
Niacin 43 mg
D-Biotin 325 mcg

Feeding advice kg/day


Frequently asked questions

Do any Pavo products contain substances relevant to doping?
A

PAVO producten can be safetly used when you compete at FEI sanctioned competitions. For detailed information check our pages regarding product quality.

Due to different national doping requirements, please be aware of specific regulations regarding your home country.

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