Cavalor Fifty-Fifty

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The heart of Cavalor® feed, to which you can add grains

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Indication for use

Daily amount of Fifty-Fifty per animal: under heavy physical strain - 0.5 to 0.75 kg per 100 kg live body weight, with at least 6 kg hay and 3 kg grains under light physical strain - 0.3 to 0.4 kg per 100 kg live body weight, with at least 5 kg hay and 2.5 kg grains


20 kg bag and 500 kg XL-Box


Can I supplement Fifty/Fifty with grains?
This feed concentrate was purpose-developed to be mixed with available grains. Fifty/Fifty contains all the healthy elements Cavalor has to offer, e.g. the perfect balance among the fats, minerals and vitamins the horse requires. This feed is ideally suited for larger stables and owners who top their animal's feed with oats or other types of grain.


Catherine Haddad – Staller, International Dressage Competitor.

"Cavalor® Fifty-Fifty far and away the best mixed feed I have fed my horses. Low moisture, high palatability, quality grains, the option to add more energy with oats or rice bran are all characteristics that make this feed my number one choice on both sides of the Atlantic." Catherine Haddad - Staller, International Dressage Competitor.

Sabrina Frye, Cavalor Champion

I have attached pics of my 13 year old APHA mare Bergen Bar Bunny aka Tiara before and after Cavalor Feed. If anyone ever doubts the impact Cavalor feed will have on your performance horse just take a look at the pics of my mare. Her before pic was taken during prime rodeo season so she was very fit. The after pic was just 30 days after starting Cavalor feed and as you can see she has more weight and muscle mass than she had even in the height of competition season. I had not changed anything in her routine other than the feed. I was able to discontinue feeding all supplements also. She has more muscle mass than she has ever had in the 10 years I have owned her. She is calm and ready to work every day.

Thank you,
Sabrina Frye



Martha Bennett, DVM

"I grew up on a farm with an equine veterinarian as a father and cannot remember a time when I did not own horses. I went to college at Auburn University where I earned a BS in Animal Science and my DVM and I have been practicing veterinary medicine for 12 years. When I started playing polo six years ago I fed my horses Purina Strategy. I trusted the company and I was very familiar with their research in animal nutrition. Because I frequently advise my clients not to make changes in an animal's nutrition unless there is a good reason to do so I was very reluctant to make a change myself. A Cavalor representative started talking to me about Cavalor over a year ago but I really was not interested in switching feed as my ponies were doing great. I continued talking to Libby and did some research on my own and began really thinking about my program. I had several older horses, two that were difficult to keep weight on, and another that was frequently choking on her pellets if they weren't fed to her very slowly. Maybe "great" wasn't the right word.

I switched all of my horses to Cavalor three months ago and have been absolutely thrilled. I'm no longer feeding supplements. My thin ones have picked up weight in spite of it being winter. And I have not had a single choking incident. I'm also very happy with how much the horses like it, even the ones that were never good eaters are excited at feeding time.

Thank you Cavalor for your contributions to equine nutrition and thank you to my Cavalor representative, Libby Cifuni for convincing me to make the change."

Martha Bennett, DVM
Senior Clinician - Emergency Service
Emergency Veterinarian Manager
Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners - Brentwood, TN


Additional Information & Education


By puffing grains we are able to improve the starch digestibility in the foregut from an average of 5-50% to 85-90%. These grains travel through the stomach and small intestine at a slower rate, allowing the di­gestive enzymes more time to act on the feed. More nutrients in the feed are released for the horse to absorb while avoiding any rapid releases of sugar and starch, which is critical for horses with metabolic issues.


Easy keeping horses may survive well on grass in a field, but it's important that they still get all the nutrients they need. Fifty Fifty is the preferred feed for horses that keep their weight well on small amounts of feed but still need a complete vitamin and mineral supply.


The balance of vitamins and minerals in Fifty Fifty is spe­cifically designed to support the development of joints, tendons, cartilage and skeleton. Not only do we use a bal­anced blend of high quality vitamins and minerals, but we are always careful to ue the most stable versions. While the vitamins we use are always in the most stable form, the minerals we use are always in the most absorbable form.



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