Original REFORMIN plus


Original REFORMIN plus Vitaminised mineral feed for any ration.

REFORMINPLUS was developed on the basis of the latest scientific findings and practical experience to fill supply gaps in the daily feed since it is not rare that the normal rations lack significant amounts of minerals and vitamins. Depending on the location the basic feed often also lacks numerous trace elements (e.g. Selenium, Copper, Iodine).

The composition of REFORMINPLUS supports the complete metabolism. The horse‘s vitality and performance depend considerably on proper nourishment. Therefore REFORMINPLUS should be an integral element of any food ration – especially in phases during which the horse‘s metabolic rates are intensified.
These being, amongst others, phases of hard physical strain in sport, pregnancy and foal rearing.

Packing unit

25 kg Bag, 10 kg Bag refill, 4 kg Bucket, 10 kg Bucket


Calcium carbonate, Monocalcium phosphate, Sodium chloride, Wheat germs, Wheat flour, Wheat bran, Brewer’s yeast, Magnesium oxide, Soya oil

Ingredients and digestibility

Digestible Crude Protein: 37 g
Crude Protein: 7 %
Starch content: 7,39 %
Sugar content: 2,00 %


Calcium: 14,20 %
Phosphorus: 5,00 %
Magnesium: 1,50 %
Sodium: 5,00 %

Fat soluble vitamins per kg

Vitamin A: 600.000 i.E.
Vitamin D3: 60.000 i.E.
Vitamin E: 5000 mg

Water soluble vitamins per kg

Vitamin B1: 100 mg
Vitamin B2: 160 mg
Vitamin B6: 125 mg
Vitamin B12: 1.250 mcg
Pantothenic Acid: 370 mg
Niacin: 800 mg
Folic Acid: 19 mg
Vitamin C: 4.000 mg
Biotin: 20.000 mcg
Choline Chloride: 5.100 mg

Trace elements per kg

Iron: 1.300 mg
Zinc: 4.800 mg
Manganese: 1.500 mg
Copper: 600 mg
Iodine: 25 mg
Selenium: 18 mg

Feed Recommendations

Large horse (Trotter, Galloper, Sport Horses)
100 g/day added to the usual ration

Breeding horses (Stallions, highly pregnant and lactating Mares)
150 g/day added to the usual ration

Yearlings and small horses
80 g/day added to the usual ration

Foals and Ponies
50 g/day added to the usual ration

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