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Pegasus Studmaster is a premium quality, complete equine feed designed to meet the nutritional requirements of brood mares, stallions and growing horses.


Contains all the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals to meet the increased needs of pregnancy and lactation in mares, growth in young horses and fertility in stallions

Contains KER BMC, a unique bio-available calcium, with supporting chelated minerals, research proven to improve bone density, provide gastric buffering and minimise acidity in the hindgut

Trace mineral and vitamin levels ensure optimal foetal development and growth in foals, weanlings and yearlings

Mineral fortification ensures strong bones in growing foals and helps prevent Developmental Orthopaedic Disease

High quality protein and amino acid balance for optimal growth and development

Contains natural yeast culture to enhance digestion and mineral absorption

Contains organic chromium to enhance reproductive efficiency and glucose utilisation

Contains extra calcium for high oxalate pastures eg kikuyu

Premium blend of quality grains and ingredients used to maximise finished feed quality and palatability

Pelleting improves energy utilisation from grains and reduces waste of powdered minerals and vitamins


Nutrients As fed basis Nutrients As fed basis
Digestible Energy (min) 12.5MJ/kg Crude Protein (min) 17%
Lysine 0.8% Crude Fibre (max) 10.0%
Added Salt (max) 1.0% Crude Fat (min) 4.0%
Calcium (min) 1.0% Phosphorus (min) 0.75%
Magnesium 0.3% Zinc 140 mg/kg
Iron 230 mg/kg Manganese 150 mg/kg
Copper 48 mg/kg Selenium 0.8 mg/kg
Iodine 0.5 mg/kg Cobalt 0.1 mg/kg
Vitamin A 10500 IU/kg Vitamin D3 1050 IU/kg
Vitamin E 200 IU/kg Vitamin K3 5 mg/kg
Vitamin B1 11 mg/kg Vitamin B2 12 mg/kg
Vitamin B6 5 mg/kg Vitamin B12 30 mg/kg
Biotin 0.3 mg/kg Vitamin B5 20 mg/kg
Vitamin B9 3 mg/kg Vitamin B3 70 mg/kg


Oats, barley, lupins, cereal byproducts, wheat, canolameal, soybean meal, molasses, magnesium oxide, dicalcium phosphate, limestone, salt, natural yeast culture, organic chromium, mould inhibitor, KER vitamin/trace mineral premix, KER Buffered Mineral Complex (BMC).


Studmaster should be fed in conjunction with a minimum of 1% body weight of good quality roughage in the form of pasture, hay or chaff

Studmaster should be introduced slowly to the diet over 7 days

The amount fed should be divided into at least two feeds daily, with a maximum of 3kg of Studmaster per feed

If young horses are overweight or suffer from Developmental Orthopaedic Disease reduce the amount of Studmaster fed and seek veterinary and nutritional advice.

Clean, fresh water should be available at all times