- Extruded For Superior Digestion
- Rich In Stabilised Rice Bran & Oil
- Reduces To Soft Mash With Water
- Antioxidants To Aid Immunity
A high protein and high fat feed for sustaining muscle mass, topline and healthy weight of aged, retired and working horses over 15 years old. Tailored nutrients and amino and fatty acids, help maintain strong bones, teeth, joints and hooves. Organic selenium in combination with antioxidants including natural vitamin E and vitamin C, assist in improving immunity and wellbeing.
NUTRIENT LEVELS PER kg FEED
Crude Protein Min. 16%
Energy (DE) Min. 13.7MJ
Crude Fat Min. 12%
Crude Fibre Max. 10%
Salt Max. 1.5%
Vitamin C 100mg
Vitamin A 10,000 IU
Vitamin D3 2,000 IU
Vitamin E 250mg
Vitamin K 2mg
Vitamin B1 20mg
Vitamin B2 12mg
Vitamin B3 250mg
Vitamin B5 15mg
Vitamin B6 7mg
Vitamin B12 50μg
Folic Acid 5mg
Vitamin C 100mg
Oleic (Omega 9)
Linoleic (Omega 6)
Alpha Linolenic (Omega 3)
NOTE: If using supplementary selenium do not use at the same time as any other selenised fertiliser, prill or product, and do not exceed the stated dose and frequency without consulting a veterinarian.
Ingredients Selected From
Stabilised rice bran, wholegrain rice, soybean meal, linseed, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, molasses, salt, canola oil, vitamin and mineral premix (including organic selenium), added vitamin C, yeast culture.
May contain traces of oats, maize and wheat, for this feed is made in the same mill as feeds containing these ingredients.
Daily Feeding Guide
SUGGESTED FEEDING RATE (kg/DAY)
|Weight (kg)||Maintenance||Light Exercise||Moderate Exercise|
- Feed a minimum of 1% of your horse’s body weight daily with high quality roughage such as hay, pasture and/or cha.
- Total daily feed intake should be 2-3% of body weight, depending on age, workload and climate.
- If feeding over 0.5% body weight per day of extruded feed, divide into two smaller feeds.
- Ensure horses always have access to clean, cool and fresh water.
Suggested feeding rates to be used as a guide only. The amount of feed required will depend on the quality of the pasture/forage, exercise intensity, dentition, metabolism and condition of the horse.