Welcome to Cavalor!

This website contains extended information about our company and products.
For local information, please click here and choose your country.
  • Latest news

    "Feed for Thought": The CA:P Ratio Explained
    2014-10-24



    By Suzie Middlebrook, BSc | Cavalor Nutrition Specialist When formulating the perfect diet for your horse, one should look at the total intake of nutrients as well as some of the ratios of those nutrients compared to other nutrients. While there are several important nutrient ratios in the world of equine nutrition, such as iron:copper (4:1) or calcium:magnesium (2:1), the most talked about ratio in equine nutrition is the calcium:phosphorus ratio. Often times you will hear of the well-meaning horse owner calculating endlessly to get the perfect calcium:phosphorus ratio for their horse’s diet. So what is the calcium:phosphorus ratio and why is it important?

    » Read more
  • Testimonial

    Cavalor Muscle Force
    Monika Bader

    I am simply thrilled with Cavalor Muscle Force! My gelding, who is normally a very picky eater, loves it. After just a few days of feeding it, I noticed a difference when riding him. What a pleasure he has become to ride - super laid-back, very smooth and happy under saddle! I will definitely continue using this product.


    » Cavalor Muscle Force
  • Product Spotlight

    Cavalor Action Mix

    THE IDEAL MIX FOR ACTIVE COMPETITION HORSES PRACTICING LIGHT WORK Cavalor® Action Mix is formulated for competition horses subject to performing light work (4-8 hours a week). The selection of natural raw materials in Cavalor® Action Mix is specifically tailored to meet the nutritional needs of horses practicing light work while maintaining adequate nutrition, high palatability and keeping feeding costs low. Cavalor® Action Mix contains FLORASTIMUL, a prebiotic to ensure the health of the intestinal flora. Cavalor® Action Mix is designed to be fed in addition to hay and straw. This great competition mix can also be fed with limited grazing (1 kg of hay = 5 kg of grass) to ensure horses get all key nutritional elements.

    Cavalor Action Mix