40% brewers’ yeast + 60% fibre

The formula for success
since 1954!

In a unique manufacturing process, brewers’ yeast is dried with fibre-rich carriers. This not only preserves the valuable ingredients of brewers’ yeast, but also makes the product better storable and tastier for your horse.
The formula for fit horses
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Did you know?
Every second person (56%) uses yeast in horse feed. (* Survey by Osnabrück University, 2023, a total of 457 people were interviewed.)

*Pruß C, Severit M, Westkamp B, et al. (2023): The knowledge level of end users on yeast in horse feeding; Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences. Faculty of Agricultural Sciences; Poster Session at the International Network Equine Science in Switzerland.

Unique

brewers’ yeast fibre products!

LeiberYeaFi® is a unique synergy of inactive brewers' yeast with high-fibre and dietary functional fibre. Brewers' yeast is rich in bioavailable active ingredients and nutrients such as proteins, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. The highly digestible fibre components reinforce the positive nutritional properties of brewers' yeast in an ideal way.

Brewers’ yeast and functional fibres from food by-products are not only in line with today’s sustainability trend, but have many dietary and prebiotic benefits!

Product benefits

Leiber YeaFi®

optimizes body constitution (body condition score – BCS)

improves coat shine and shedding

supports fertility and reproduction

supports the digestion

promotes in the long term the hoof quality

easy handling, dosage, and storage

Since 1954

unchanged manufactured according to the original recipe

Leiber YeaFi® – a unique combination of inactive brewers’ yeasts with high-fibre and dietetically valuable functional fibre carriers such as spent grains (*1), unmolassed beet pulp (*3), or apple pomace (*2).

40% brewers’ yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) bound to 60% spent grains convinces by the high content of crude fibre, crude fat, and crude protein and is suitable for all horses and ponies, especially for: warmblood horse (600kg) in acute stress situations, gestation, or lactation:

  • older horses and ponies (seniors)
  • horses and ponies with low stress levels
  • during reconvalescence

Recommended use

Dosage per animal and day

Warmblood horse (600kg):

ca. 200g

Pony (350kg):

ca. 100g

Warmblood horse (600kg) in acute stress situations,
gestation, or lactation:

ca. 250g

Rearing:

ca. 50 – 100g

Hint for sport horses:
The national and international (FEI) doping rules must be observed. Due to the natural hordenine content of brewer's yeast, its use in training is permitted, but should be discontinued 48 h before competition.

40% brewers’yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) bound to 30% apple pomace*2 and 30% unmolassed beet pulp*3. Apple pomace and beet pulp are very palatable and provide excellent feed acceptance. Perfect for all horses and ponies, especially for:

  • older horses and ponies (seniors)
  • horses and ponies with low stress levels
  • during reconvalescence

Recommended use

Dosage per animal and day

Warmblood horse (600kg):

ca. 200g

Pony (350kg):

ca. 100g

Warmblood horse (600kg) in acute stress situations,
gestation, or lactation:

ca. 250g

Rearing:

ca. 50 – 100g

Hint for sport horses:
The national and international (FEI) doping rules must be observed. Due to the natural hordenine content of brewer's yeast, its use in training is permitted, but should be discontinued 48 h before competition.

Did you know?

(*1) Spent grains are a nutrient-rich and valuable feed. Spent grains are rich in protein and fat, have dietary and prebiotic effects, are rich in crude fibre, increase palatability and thus the acceptance of brewers’ yeast. As long as beer has been brewed, farmers have appreciated the by-product, spent grains, as a high-quality feed and have successfully used it in animal feed, especially to support the digestion. 

(*3) Beet pulp (unmolassed) is a by-product of sugar production. After the sugar beet has been de-sugared and crushed, its fibrous components remain. Due to their high crude fibre content (especially hemicelluloses), but also naturally high pectin content, they promote a healthy intestinal environment. In addition, beet pulp contains a high energy value. The sugar content is low, because (as mentioned) the sugar beet is "desugared" beforehand. We abstain from an addition of sugar beet molasses at a later stage. The beet pulp used by us in YeaFi® products is unmolassed.

(*2) Apple pomace is rich in crude fibre, low in protein, low in sugar, and very tasty. Apple pomace is the solid components of apples that remain after apple juice production. After the sweet apple juice (apple contains about 85% water) has been squeezed out, the peel parts, fibrous parts of the pulp, the core etc. remain. These are dried as pomace.

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That's what enthusiastic horse lovers say!

Ginka Weise
Therapy horse Bim Bam from Kristina Ellert
Alissa Bramer and Flux Blue L.V.
Breeding and pension stable Paul Paessens from Weeze
Friesian horse from Nicole Gembler
Fit for winter
From the beginning of the autumn coat change, I feed all of my horses YeaFi. Foxes in particular often have sensitive skin and thin fur. With the YeaFi I can support her really well, even the picky mare really enjoys eating it and nothing is left behind. Thanks to the brewers' yeast, my horses have really shiny, good coats and can easily withstand the cold season. In addition, digestion is well supported and the transition from pasture to hay is not noticeable at all.
Ginka Weise

No more mallenders and better hooves for therapy horse Bim Bam

Bim Bam is a tinker, a cold-blooded mix. He has a comfortable and balanced character and is therefore a perfect therapy horse.

"Bim Bam always had problems with mallenders, lost his winter coat badly and muscled up only slowly. He also had problems with his hooves – he had hoof cancer on three hooves. With Leiber YeaFi® BT Bim Bam looks great, has no problems in the coat change and also no more mallenders. In the long term, the hoof quality has also improved."

Therapy horse Bim Bam from Kristina Ellert

With Leiber YeaFi® BT no problems with the change of coat.

In the past, Flux Blue had big problems with the change of coat. At a tournament, a horse breeder gave me the tip with Leiber YeaFi® BT. After about eight weeks of supplementary feeding, Flux Blue’s coat became shinier and the coat change was very smooth. The overall appearance of Flux Blue was also much more positive during the coat change – he was simply in a much better mood. After about ten weeks our farrier also noticed the positive effect of LeiberYeaFi® BT on the hoof horn. As a sport rider, I can only recommend Leiber.

Alissa Bramer and Flux Blue L.V.

Well through the cold season with Leiber YeaFi® BT

Successful breeder and himself riding up to Grand Prix (dressage), Paul Paessens combines his passions for breeding and sport in an ideal way.

"I use Leiber YeaFi® BT successfully in both breeding and riding stables. I particularly appreciate its use in the fall and winter months to support the digestive tract. I would like to emphasize the especially good consistency of faeces and the shiny coat." 

Breeding and pension stable Paul Paessens from Weeze

Get a better grip on skin problems

"We fed LeiberYeaFi® in combination with Biolex® MB 40 for several months. Jos didn’t have such big open patches on her skin anymore. All in all, we got through the summer quite well and my Frieslein even took mane into the winter this year. I now feed Leiber YeaFi® permanently. In season, I add Biolex® MB 40 to it."
Friesian horse from Nicole Gembler

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