Foran Equine - Breeding
In order for a mare to produce a healthy, well-conditioned foal, with sufficient milk to nourish that foal, excellent horsemanship and correct nutrition are required.
For mares being covered with foal at foot the nutritional demands are greater. Supplementation ensures correct nutrient intake which is necessary for fertility. 65% of in utero foal growth occurs during the last three months of pregnancy and supplementation of the mare helps provide essential high quality nutrients, needed for foal development and growth.
To maximise a foal’s full athletic potential, they require correct conformation, strong healthy bones and sound joints. The first 18-24 months of a horse’s life is a period of rapid growth, particularly of the skeletal system. Supplementation is most effective when used consistently throughout this period of intensive growth.
- Support Skeletal Development
- Youngstock Preparation
- Optimise Growth Levels
- Maintain Gut Health
- Immune System