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New Benevit™

National Research Council recommended vits and mins

3 reviews. 5 / 5
Trusted Feefo Customer - 16/01/2022 19:21
Very palatable and reasonable price
Jennifer - 16/01/2022 19:07
Not yet introduced this new supplement but we have been using the original Benevit for years.
The ingredients look even better than before, so looking forward to using this.
Tricia - 29/12/2021 20:13
New improved and great for ponies

Nutrition Information

New Benevit™ has been developed using the latest knowledge of the horse’s nutritional requirements and the nutrient content of common feeds. Due to the unique nutrient profiles of different feeds, providing a balanced diet that meets all of your horse’s nutritional requirements can be challenging. Adding to this challenge is the need to provide nutrients in correct ratios to optimise their absorption and reduce their impact on the absorption and utilisation of other nutrients. For example, feeding excessive amounts of Zinc can reduce Copper and Phosphorus absorption, whilst excessive Iron intakes reduce the absorption of Zinc. New Benevit™ has taken the guess work out of balancing your horse’s diet by providing vitamins and minerals at levels and ratios that complement the feeding of forages, the foodstuff that all horse’s diets should be based on. This balanced vitamin and mineral supply avoids the over or under feeding of these vital nutrients which can compromise performance and health.  

New Benevit™ goes even further by using chelation technology. Chelation is the binding of minerals (which are classed nutritionally as metals) to another molecule for the purpose of increasing the minerals absorption and stability within the gastrointestinal tract. Chelation of Copper, Zinc and Manganese with the amino acid Glycine within New Benevit results in these minerals being more easily absorbed and prevents them from binding with other nutrients. As such, you can be sure you are maximising nutrient utilisation in your horse.  

We also understand that most horses with access to pasture (fresh and preserved), and more specifically with access to soil, are able to meet their Iron requirements from these sources, leading to New Benevit being free from any added Iron as supplementary sources are unnecessary for most horses. New Benevit™ is also cereal grain free, instead containing micronised Linseed that provides a high-fat, low starch and sugar energy source. Linseed also provides essential fatty acids (Omega-3 and Omega-6) in the correct ratios that support optimum health, particularly of the skin, hair and hooves. Your horse’s wellbeing is also supported by the addition of Beetroot powder which has antioxidant properties that help to neutralise free radicals and aid blood flow.

The flexible feeding rates of New Benevit™ make it ideal for feeding to all horses, from those with no exercise demands to those performing hard work.

To read more about chelated minerals click here 
 

Micronutrient Profile

Nutrient

Per kg

Per 3 scoops (111g)

Vitamins

Vitamin A

114,667 iu

12,728 iu

Vitamin D

24,080 iu

2,673 iu

Vitamin E

3,950 mg

438 mg

Vitamin K

10 mg

1.1 mg

B1 Thiamine

89 mg

10 mg

B2 Riboflavin

111 mg

12 mg

B6 Pyridoxine

145 mg

16 mg

B12 Cobalamin

1.45 mg

0.2 mg

Niacin

614 mg

68 mg

Pantothenic acid

441 mg

49 mg

Folic acid

22 mg

2.5 mg

Biotin

62 mg

6.9 mg

Choline

2,710 mg

301 mg

Minerals

Calcium

73 g

8.1 g

Phosphorus

43 g

4.8 g

Magnesium

15 g

1.7 g

Potassium

7 g

0.8 g

Sodium

58 g

6.5 g

Chloride

65 g

7.3 g

Manganese

1,470 mg

133 mg

Iodine

9 mg

1.0 mg

Copper

714 mg

69 mg

Zinc

2,516 mg

256 mg

Selenium

6 mg

0.7 mg

 

 

Composition

Micronised linseed meal, Monocalcium phosphate, Sodium chloride, Beetroot powder, Vanilla flavouring.

Additives

 

Additive number

per kg

Technological additives

 

 

Antioxidants

 

 

BHT (Butylated hydroxytoluene)

E321

0.13 g

 

 

 

Nutritional additives

 

 

Vitamins

 

 

Vitamin A (Retinyl acetate)

3a672a

114,667 iu

Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)

3a671

24,080 iu

Vitamin E (all rac-α-tocopheryl acetate)

3a700

3,950 mg

Vitamin K (Menadione sodium bisulphate)

3a710

10.2 mg

B1 (Thiamine hydrochloride)

3a820

88.5 mg

B2 (Riboflavin)

3a825i/3a825ii

111 mg

B6 (Pyridoxine hydrochloride)

3a831

145 mg

B12 (Cyanocobalamin)

 

1.45 mg

Niacin

3a314

614 mg

Biotin

3a880

62.4 mg

Pantothenate (Calcium pantothenate)

3a841

441 mg

Folic acid

3a316

22.4 mg

Choline (Choline chloride)

3a890

2,710 mg

 

 

 

Trace Elements

 

 

Iodine (Calcium iodate anhydrous)

3b202

10 mg

Selenium (Sodium selenite)

3b801

6.0 mg

Copper (Copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate)

3b405

357 mg

Copper (Copper (II) chelate of glycine hydrate)

3b413

357 mg

Manganese (Manganese (II) oxide)

3b502

735 mg

Manganese (Manganese chelate of glycine hydrate)

3b506

735 mg

Zinc (Zinc oxide)

3b603

1,258 mg

Zinc (Zinc chelate of glycine hydrate)

3b607

1,258 mg

Analytical

Crude protein

14.2%

Crude oils & fats

20.9%

Crude fibre

15.3%

Crude ash

37.6%

Sodium

5.8%

Calcium

7.3%

Phosphorus

4.3%

Feeding Guide

 

Amount per day

Weight of Horse/Pony

Maintenance / Light work

Medium work 

Heavy work

Up to 250kg

1

1 ½

2

250kg – 400kg

2

2 ½

3

400kg – 600kg

3

3 ½

4

Over 600kg

4

4 ½

5

1 level (50ml) scoop of New Benevit™ weighs approximately 37g

Aligning to nutritional recommendations that forage should form the greatest portion of the equine diet, New Benevit™ has been developed to balance a diet with a minimum of 80% forage for horses at maintenance / light work, and a minimum of 65% forage for those in heavy work.

 

Feed supplements should be fed according to body weight. Introduce to the horse's diet gradually, splitting between feeds (when applicable).

New Benevit™ is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals. Feedmark uses nothing in the formulation of this product that contravenes competition rules.