The horse plays a very different role in today?s society: it once served as a ?workhorse?, later it was used in sports. Now the horse is our friend and recreation partner, a change that has not necessarily been reflected in feeding. Many horses are overfed with cereals and energy-rich feed. The number of overweight horses and the resulting problems
A unique blend of 60 grasses and herbs from the foothills of the Bavarian Alps, creates the ultimate 100% natural high fibre cube ‚Äì no additives, preservatives, binders or fillers! Perfect basic feed for all horses ‚Äì the careful production method preserves the integrity of the grasses and herbs thus retaining 86% of the nutrient value and theref
‘L’ Mix is our lowest calorie/energy feed within our feeding range making it ideal for good doers and those at rest or in light work. Being high in fibre and very low in starch and sugar, containing no cereals and added sugars such as molasses, it is suitable for those prone to laminitis.
VETERAN LIGHT provides all the nutritional requirements for optimum health in older horses and ponies yet it has a low calorie/energy level, ideal for those who hold weight well. It is high in fibre and low in starch and sugar, making it suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis.
Veteran Vitality® has been specially formulated for horses and ponies from the first signs of ageing. It contains a good calorie level to help with weight maintenance along with nutritional requirements for optimum health in older horses and ponies. Once soaked it forms a soft mash making it very easy for any horses with dental problem to chew. Veteran Vitality® is high in fibre and low in starch and sugar making it ‘kinder’ on the digestive system. A special blend of premium grade herbs are included, such as mint, nettle, dandelion and fenugreek, which also make it highly palatable, even to fussy feeders!
A CHUNKY ALTERNATIVE TO STANDARD HIGH FIBRE CUBES. TARGETED AT: Equines with low energy requirements who need a fully balanced high fibre diet. The dentally-challenged who struggle to eat long fibre. Those who can be fed from the ground or floor.