Original Reformat


Original Reformat The nutritional supplement for breeding and sport.

Signs of tiredness, reduced performance and decreasing stamina are frequent side effects of a strenuous competition season. Reformat quickly fills up used reserves with a combination of vitamins, minerals and trace elements as well as quickly available carbohydrates.

The optimal relation of amino acids with soya and brewer’s yeast supports the specific muscle development in sport- and breeding horses. The high content of vitamin A, D3, E and C as well as the B-carotene level - which all go well together - strengthen the immune system, help bone growth and support the function of the muscles. The trace elements boost numerous enzyme functions in the energy and muscle metabolism, help with the production of red blood cells (important for sufficient oxygen transport to the muscles) and positively influence regenerating processes in the organism.

Also, Reformat is rich in B-vitamins, which are also involved in various metabolism processes (e.g. carbohydrate-, fat- and cell metabolism)

Packing unit

25 kg Bag, 8 kg Bucket


Brewer’s grains, Brewer’s yeast, Soy bean meal,
Alfalfa meal, Linseed, Wheat bran, Calcium carbonate, Dextrose, Molasses, Vegetable Oil


Crude Protein: 29.0 %
Crude Fat: 5.0 %
Crude Fibre: 9.0 %
Crude Ash: 10.5 %
Calcium: 1.7 %
Phosphorus: 0.7 %
Sodium: 0.5 %
Magnesium: 0.2 %


Lysine 3.7 %
Methionine 0.6 %

Digestible Energy

11.6 MJ/kg OS
12.8 MJ/kg DS

Digestible Crude Protein

217 g/kg

Additives per kg

Vitamin A: 105,000 i.E.
Vitamin D3: 10,200 i.E.
Vitamin E: 1000 mg
Vitamin B1: 11 mg
Vitamin B2: 18 mg
Vitamin B6: 13 mg
Vitamin B12: 251 mcg
Pantothenic Acid: 37 mg
Niacin: 200 mg
Folic Acid: 2.0 mg
Vitamin C: 1000 mg
Biotin: 2,000 mcg
Choline Chloride: 500 mg
Zinc: 520 mg
Manganese: 230 mg
Iron: 131 mg
Copper: 92 mg
Cobalt: 1.5 mg
Iodine: 5 mg
Selenium: 2.5 mg
Carotene: 2,000 mg

Feed Recommendations

Feed per 100 kg live weight and day:

30 - 50 g added to the usual ration

For an exact feeding calculation, please contact us.

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