Original Summer


Original Summer The oat-free meadow supplement.

Original Summer is an oat-free meadow supplement without vitamin A and D3 and an ideal supplement for all horses and ponies which are kept in the field for the whole season. In cooperation with scientists and veterinarians this new type of pasture supplement was developed. The composition pays special attention to a high bioavailability of minerals and vital substances.
Zinc, copper and manganese are solely added in form of chelates. Supplying the organism with trace elements via chelates leads to a considerably higher availability in the organism and this in turn leads to better vitality in your horse.

Original Summer is free of molasses and includes linseed oil to supply the body with essential omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids.
Linseed oil is an excellent supplier of essential fatty acids (unsaturated fatty acids for example) such as linoleic acid and α-linoleic acid. Original Höveler Summer gives you the assurance of optimal supply for your horse during the pasture season.

Packing unit

25 kg Bag


Flaked maize, flaked barley, Alfalfa, shredded wheat, Wheat bran, Wheat, flaked Wheat, Linseed oil, Barley, Cubed carrots, Beetroot

Ingredients and digestibility

Digestible Crude Protein: 75 g
Digestible Energy per kg OS: 12,2 MJ
Digestible Energy per kg DS: 13,8 MJ
Crude Protein: 10,50 %
Crude Fibre: 7,00 %
Crude Ash: 7,80 %
Crude Fat: 5,00 %
Starch content: 37,90 %
Sugar content: 3,10 %


Calcium: 1,10 %
Phosphorus: 0,50 %
Magnesium: 0,20 %
Sodium: 0,70 %

Fat soluble vitamins per kg

Vitamin E: 100 mg

Water soluble vitamins per kg

Vitamin B1: 6 mg
Vitamin B2: 9 mg
Vitamin B6: 7,5 mg
Vitamin B12: 75 mcg
Pantothenic Acid: 20 mg
Niacin: 47 mg
Folic Acid: 1,1 mg
Biotin: 300 mcg

Trace elements per kg

Zinc: 56 mg
Manganese: 28 mg
Copper: 18 mg
Iodine: 2,5 mg
Selenium: 0,6 mg

Feed Recommendations

Feed per 100 kg Live Weight and Day

Depending on quality of meadow:
50 - 200 g when grazing all day

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