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You should see a noticeable improvement in your horse with Equerry Conditioning Mash as it is superbly nutritious. Your horse's muscles will ripple, his coat will gleam and he will maintain a steady temperament and wonderful topline. Some horses have many stressful situations to contend with - travelling to a show, competing and intense training; this non-heating formula will help to promote a calmer horse. Yeast together with biotin will also improve coat and hoof condition. High levels of yeast will also help to promote a healthy digestive system. Rich in protein sources, vitamins and minerals, Equerry Conditioning Mash is a top quality feed that supports muscle tone and topline and improves the immune system. Linseed which is a rich source of Omega 3 fatty acids helps to maintain supple joints, easing the pain and stiffness that sometimes occurs in horses. If you are preparing your horse for the showring Equerry Conditioning Mash will take him to the top of the line. All in all, this is a superb feed as 'working out' on a relaxed horse is beneficial to both horse and rider. Look after the health and wellbeing of your horse and he will give you years of fun, devotion and companionship. Equerry Conditioning Mash Feeding Instructions: Equerry Conditioning Mash should be introduced gradually and fed according to the table below. If less than the recommended quantities are fed then it is recommended choosing a lower energy feed from the Equerry range or adding a feed balancer or supplement. The table below shows the range of suitable daily intakes for different weights/types of horse or pony. This daily amount of feed should be divided into two or more feeds. Feeds must be given at least four hours apart. Instructions for use: Do not feed dry. This feed contains Sugar Beet Pulp so should be soaked with an equal amount of water for at least 5 minutes before use. It is a complementary feed for equines to be fed with forage and other feeds up to 60% of the total dietary dry matter. Warning: This feed contains copper. Do not feed to sheep. Equerry Conditioning Mash Ingredients: High Fibre Coat by-product, Dried Beet Pulp, Wheatfeed, Soya (bean) meal, feed (produced from GM soya), Oats, Molasses, Full Fat Linseed Meal, Vitamin Premix, Soya Oil (produced from GM soya), Sodium Chloride, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Yeast, Magnesium Oxide, Mono Dicalcium Phosphate. Analytical Constituents: Crude Oils and Fats 5.25% Crude Protein 12% Crude Fibre 16% Crude Ash 8.50% Sodium 0.44% Copper 27mg/kg Selenium 0.4mg/kg Vitamin E 200mg/kg Dry matter 88% DE-Horse 12.5mg/kg Additives: Vitamins: E672a Vitamin A 10000IU/kg,E671 Vitamin D3 1500IU/kg, Cyanocobalamin (Vitamin B12) 30mg/kg, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1) 3mg/kg, Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 2mg/kg, Niacin 3mg/kg, Pantothenic acid 2mg/kg, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6) 3mg/kg, Biotin 0.1mg/kg, Folic Acid 2mg/kg. Compounds of Trace Elements Calcium Iodate, Anhydrous (E2-Iodine) 0.8mg/kg, Cupric Sulphate, Pentahydrate (E4-Copper) 80mg/kg, Ferrous Sulphate, monohydrate (E1-Iron) 67mg/kg, Manganese Oxide (E5-Manganese) 32mg/kg, Sodium Selenite (E8 Selenium) 0.5mg/kg, Zinc Oxide (E6-Zinc) 97mg/kg. Horse/Pony Typical Height Type Recommended Daily Kgs Feed Ingrate 250 10-12hh Shetland, Dartmoor, Welsh 1 - 1.5kg Small Pony Section A 375 12.2-14.2 Show Hunter Pony, 1.75-2.25kg Pony Connemara, New Forest Fell Welsh Section B and C 500 15-16hh Thoroughbred, Thoroughbred 2.5-3kg Horse X, Arab, Arab X, Welsh Cob Connemara X 625 16.2-17.2hh Eventer, Thoroughbred X, 3.25-3.75kg Large Horse Hunter, Warmblood, Sports Horse Other feeds and straights e.g. chops and soaked sugar beet can be mixed with the recommended feeding rate of Equerry Conditioning Mash. Care should be taken not to exceed the maximum total hard feed intake per feed - which is the quantity that horses can digest efficiently. See Table Below. Horse/Pony Typical Height Type Recommended Maximum Kgs Total Hard Feed Per Feed 250 10-12hh Shetland, Dartmoor, Welsh 1kg Small Pony Section A 375 12.2-14.2 Show Hunter Pony, 15kg Pony Connemara, New Forest Fell Welsh Section B and C 500 15-16hh Thoroughbred, Thoroughbred 2.0kg Horse X, Arab, Arab X, Welsh Cob Connemara X 625 16.2-17.2hh Eventer, Thoroughbred X, 2.5kg Large Horse Hunter, Warmblood, Sports Horse Size: 20kg
A traditional steam cooked barley diet for extra condition with increased protein and oil levels to provide a nutrient dense diet. Specially formulated in an oat free format this diet can be fed alone or in addition to any of the performance feeds as desired. With its higher protein content this diet can boost intake to compensate for low protein forages, reduced appetites and provide additional amino acids for growing horses. Ideal For:- - Horses needing extra condition - Horses with restricted appetites - Young growing horses to meet needs for both training and development Analytical Constituents :- Crude Protein 14.0% Crude Fibre 5.0% Crude Oil & Fats 8.0% Crude Ash 6.5% Moisture (Max) 14.0% Sodium 0.25% Chloride 0.60% Potassium 0.80% Magnesium 0.29% Calcium 1.00% Phosphorus 0.60% Digestible Energy 13.4MJDE/kg Composition:- Barley flakes (steam cooked), Maize flakes (steam cooked), Wheat flakes (steam cooked), Cane molasses, Soya bean meal (1), Soya (bean) hulls (1), Soya oil (1), Soya (bean) extruded (1), Pea flakes (steam cooked), Soya bean flakes (steam cooked) (1), Wheat, Sunflower seed meal, Wheatfeed, Barley, Calcium carbonate, Mono-dicalcium phosphate, Sodium Chloride, Magnesium oxide (1) produced from genetically modified soya beans Nutritional Additives per kg:- Vitamins E672 Vitamin A 12000 iu E671 Vitamin D3 2000 iu 3a700 Vitamin E 300 iu Trace Elements E1 Iron 120 mg E2 Iodine 1.5 mg E4 Copper 60 mg E5 Manganese 100 mg E6 Zinc 180 mg E8 Selenium 0.5 mg Feeding Guide:- Feeding guidlines per 100kg of Bodyweight Maintenance 0.3kg - 0.6kg per 100kg Lightwork 0.4kg - 0.8kg per 100kg Moderate work 0.6kg - 1.0kg per 100kg Hard work 1.0kg - 1.6kg per 100kg Feeding guidelines are intended as a guideline only. Horses should be fed according to bodyweight, condition and workload. Fresh water must always be available along with good quality forage. Do not feed this product to sheep. Store this product in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight and in a sealed container. NON HEATING - A non-heating feed is one that is less likely to produce excitable behaviour in some horses and ponies when fed at the recommended rate.
Feed your horse the Saracen Show Improver Cubes to promote weight gain and conditioning. You should notice a noticeable improvement in your horse with this superb nutritious barley and oat free formula together with a suitable exercise programme. His muscles will ripple, his coat will gleam and he will maintain a steady temperament and wonderful topline. If you are preparing your horse for the showring Saracens Show Improver Cubes will take him to the top of the line. Some horses have many stressful situations to contend with - travelling to a show, competing and intense training; the barley and oat free formula with Equi-Jewel will help to promote a calmer horse. Enriched with vitamins, minerals, trace elements and soya oil, this deliciously palatable food will prove a huge hit with fussy eaters and 'poor dooers'. The barley and oat free formula contains 'Super-fibres' to provide controlled energy release and yeast to slow down starch fermentation which is beneficial to horses that are prone to digestive upsets as it boosts fibre digestion and mineral uptake. The inclusion of Equi-Jewel (rice, bran supplement) will support optimum muscle development and aid the calorific density of the ration. All in all, this is a superb feed as 'working out' on a relaxed horse is beneficial to both horse and rider. Look after the health and wellbeing of your horse and he will give you years of fun, devotion and companionship. Composition: Wheatfeed, Wheat, Soya Hulls, Molasses, Hipro Soya, Oatfeed, Extruded Rice Bran (Equi-Jewel), Soya Oil, Dried Sugar Beet Pulp, Sunflower Extract, Limestone, Dicalcium Phosphate, Sodium Chloride, Vitamins and Minerals, Yeast. Analytical Constituents: Oil 6.0% Protein 13.5% Fibre 13.0% Digestible Energy 13.0MJ/kg Starch 21.0% Vitamin A 11,500 IU/kg Vitamin D3 1,150 IU/kg Vitamin E 140 IU/kg Selenium 0.9% Feeding Guide: Bodyweight Feed/kg 200-400kg 1 - 2kg 400 - 600kg 2 - 3.5kg >600KG 3.5 - 5kg Always try to feed a minimum of 1.5% of bodyweight as good quality forage. E.g. 500kg horse would eat 7.5kg of hay per day. Please ensure there is plenty of clean, fresh water available. Size: 20kg
CUSHCARE CONDITION A unique coarse crumble supporting weight gain and condition for those requiring a lower starch diet. Information CushCare Condition has been scientifically designed by our experts to provide conditioning calories in a low starch, low sugar format that is suitable for horses prone to laminitis. High in oil and fibre to provide calories for weight gain and condition without adding starch. Contains essential amino acids to support muscle maintenance. Added B vitamins and carnitine QLC Antioxidant package supporting the bodys natural antioxidant capacity and the ability to ‘mop up’ excess free radicals that may be associated with ageing. Contains live Actisaf yeast (probiotic) along with FOS and MOS (prebiotics) to promote a healthy digestive system. Omega 3 fatty acids and glucosamine nutritionally support joint function. Contains a unique herbal blend including Cinnamon and Chaste tree berries (Vitex agnus castus) Digestible fibre provides natural calories and promotes healthy hindgut function. Feeding Guidelines Feed 400g-1kg/100kg bodyweight per day in conjunction with free access to forage. Do not exceed 1kg/100kg bodyweight per day in total. Divide into at least 2-3 meals per day. Ensure a minimum intake of 1.5kg/100kg bodyweight of forage per day. Fresh drinking water must be available at all times. For use with target species only. Nutritional Analysis Crude Protein = 13.0% Starch = 6.9% Lysine = 7.5g/kg Sugar = 3.5% Crude Fibre = 12.9% Estimated DE = 12MJ/kg Crude Oils & Fats = 12.0% Crude Ash = 8.0% Composition Oatfeed, Wheatfeed, Dried beet pulp, Wheat distillers dark grains, Vegetable oil & fat, Sunflower seed meal, dehulled, Soya (bean) meal, feed (produced from GM soya), Full fat linseed meal, Calcium carbonate, Cinnamon (0.3%), Glucosamine, Chaste tree berries (0.1%), Sodium chloride, Vitamin premix, Dicalcium phosphate, Lysine, Magnesium oxide, Mixture of: Blackcurrant, Kale, Spinach, Beetroot, Rosemary, Rosehip, Pomegranate (0.05%)
Mollichaff Barley Plus, Boiled Barley Nuggets with Linseed, Highly Digestible, Suitable for All Types of Horses & Ponies, Especially Useful for Building Up "Poor Doers", Natural Non-heating Feed. Barley Plus contains: Barley, linseed The extrusion process cooks the ingredients rapidly, breaking down complex starches and proteins, making the nutrients more available and the feed easier to digest. The cooking of the starches enables them to be digested and absorbed more easily in the small intestine of the horse and decreases the risk of starch overload in the hind gut. Linseed is a rich source of amino acids and essential fatty acids including Omega-3. These improve skin condition and aid a glossy coat. Added limestone flour provides extra calcium for strong bones and healthy growth. Salt aids palatability and provides important electrolytes, sodium and chloride. The expanded nature of the nuggets means that they take longer to eat than pelleted feed, encouraging chewing and the production of saliva which again benefits digestion and reduces the risk of digestive upsets. Also there is very little dust or fines so feed wastage is minimised. Typical Nutritional Analysis: Protein 11% Oil 5.5% Ash 4.4% Fibre 4.5% Calcium 0.84% Sodium 0.35% Composition Barley, Linseed, Limestone flour, Salt (sodium chloride) How to feed Barley Plus can be fed alone or mixed with other hard feeds Can be fed straight from the bag Alternatively, feed as a warm mash (allow to cool slightly before feeding). A warm mash is ideal for older horses or those who have difficulty chewing. Feed as a complementary feed alongside good quality forage or fibre feeds. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.