Original PUR.ITAN

Free of grains

Original PUR.ITAN Full value for horses with allergies and metabolic problems.

Modern-day housing conditions and environmental influences often lead to horses with allergies and metabolic problems.

An allergy in a horse can cause itching, skin changes and/or breathing problems and it can also lead to considerable impairment. The origins of the allergy are often unclear. In order to exclude the possibility of a grain allergy it can make sense to feed horses with Original Höveler PUR.ITAN.

Due to the molasses- and grain-free formula the starch and sugar content was able to be distinctly reduced, making this the ideal feed for horses with the Equine Cushing Syndrome, PSSM and/or Laminitis. This energy feed is full of vitamins and minerals, which makes it possible for you to feed your horse full-value feed without increasing the danger of a new laminitis push.

The high quality ingredients such as linseed oil and sunflower oil additionally support a shiny coat. Lucerne hay encourages chewing, resulting in the horse producing more saliva which counteracts over-acidification in the intestines.

Packing unit

20 kg Bag


Alfalfa, Sunflower hulls, Algarroba, Sunflower expeller, flaked pea, Apple pomace, flaked lupine, Linseeds, Sunflower oil, Linseed oil


Crude Protein: 12 %
Crude Fat: 6.2 %
Crude Fibre: 26.8 %
Crude Ash: 7.9 %
Starch: 5.2 %
Calcium: 1.3 %
Phosphorus: 0.5 %
Sodium: 0.4 %
Magnesium: 0.2 %
Potassium: 1.1 %
Lysine: 0.5 %
Methionine: 0.19 %
Tryptophan: 0.16 %

Digestible Energy

8.5 MJ/kg OS
9.7 MJ/kg DS

Digestible Crude Protein

96 g/kg

Additives per kg

Vitamin A: 14,100 i.E.
Vitamin D3: 3,900 i.E.
Vitamin E: 120 mg
Vitamin B1: 4 mg
Vitamin B2: 6.0 mg
Niacin: 39 mg
Biotin: 220 mcg
Folic Acid: 3.4 mg
Vitamin B6: 3.4 mg
Vitamin B12: 27 mcg
Manganese: 61 mg
Iron: 75 mg
Zinc: 125 mg
Copper: 20 mg
Iodine: 2 mg
Cobalt: 1 mg
Selenium: 0.4 mg

Feed Recommendations

Feed per 100 kg live weight:

No Work: 130 g
Light Work: 300 g
Moderate Work: 630 g
Daily Hay Ration: 1 - 1,5 kg

Plenty of fresh drinking water that is not too cold should always be at the horse's disposal.