Original terabb-ZF


Original terabb-ZF Specially adapted to meet the needs of a mare and her foal

terabb-ZF is aligned to the very different and increased needs of highly pregnant or lactating mares and growing foals. Original terabb-ZF is rich in protein thus meeting all needs for ideal development of the unborn foal as well as securing sufficient milk production in the lactating mare.

terabb-ZF is also rich in essential amino acids such as lysine and methionine, which support natural muscle growth. The calcium and phosphorus levels in terabb-ZF cover the increased requirements during the embryonic skeleton development phase and subsequent bone growth.

Vitamin A, which terabb-ZF also contains, supports the milk production. Due to its high Ca:P -ratio, these pellets are the ideal supplement to grain.

Packing unit

25 kg bag


Peeled oat bran, Soy bean meal, Alfalfa, Wheat gluten feed, Wheat bran, Barley, Dextrose, Molasses, Brewer‘s yeast, Plant oil

Ingredients and digestibility

Digestible Crude Protein: 115 g
Digestible Energy per kg OS: 10,2 MJ
Digestible Energy per kg DS: 11,6 MJ
Crude Protein: 18 %
Crude Fibre: 12 %
Crude Ash: 9,80 %
Crude Fat: 2,60 %
Starch content: 13,62 %
Sugar content: 14,64 %


Calcium: 1,60 %
Phosphorus: 0,40 %
Magnesium: 0,50 %
Sodium: 0,30 %

Fat soluble vitamins per kg

Vitamin A: 25.000 i.E.
Vitamin D3: 2.400 i.E.
Vitamin E: 200 mg

Water soluble vitamins per kg

Biotin: 294 mcg

Trace elements per kg

Iron: 160 mg
Zinc: 112 mg
Manganese: 112 mg
Copper: 17 mg
Iodine: 1,4 mg
Selenium: 0,3 mg

Amino acids

Lysine: 1 %
Methionine: 0,25 %


Ca:P: 4:1

Feed Recommendations

From the 10th month of pregnancy
terabb-ZF: min. 50 %
Crib feed: 50 %
Hay: At least 1kg/100kg body mass

1st to 3rd month of lactation
terabb-ZF: min. 100 %
Crib feed: 0 %
Hay: At least 1kg/100kg body mass

3rd to 6th month of lactation
terabb-ZF: min. 60 %
Crib feed: 40 %
Hay: At least 1kg/100kg body mass

Keep the previous amount of feed and replace with terabb ZF as described above. However, the nutritional requirement can raise up to 2.5 %.

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