The added herbs will appease fussy eaters but also help to maintain the respiratory system and promote healthy skin and coat.
Can be added to concentrate rationed to increase its palatability and extend feeding time. The essential fiber in chaff is key to help maintaining a healthy gut and as a forage feed should be a staple in most if not all horses diets.
What is Horse Chaff ?
Chaff is chopped straw but can be mixed with oats, molasses, barley or wheat and can come in a many different flavours to make them more palatable, such as mint and garlic.
Horses use chaff to stimulate their natural inclination to chew and fill out their concentrate feed. You can use chaff to slow a horses eating
Molasses, Oat, Straw & Calcium Carbonate and Herbs (Spearmint, Garlic, Marjoram, Basil and Thyme.)
Oil - 0.75%
(amounts may vary from horse to horse depending on workload & condition)
12hh - 0.50kg
13hh - 0.75kg
14hh - 1.00kg
15hh - 1.25kg
16hh - 1.50kg
17hh - 2.00kg