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British Horse Feeds Micronised Linseed for Horses High in Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids, Cooked Linseed keeps your horse feeling good on the inside and looking great on the outside! Its high energy and low starch levels are especially beneficial to all Equine, including older horses, and those prone to Laminitis.
Micronised Linseed is a high oil feed that is rich in beneficial omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids to promote overall health and wellbeing. Omega supports many key functions for your horse, such as inflammatory response, immune function and skin health, as well as providing a powerful source of antioxidants. Micronisation is a unique way of cooking Linseed that not only improves the palatability but increases the nutritional value of the linseed and makes it safe to feed directly to livestock. Micronisation destroys the enzyme Linase which is found in raw linseed and can trigger the release of hydrogen cyanide in moist conditions. This oil rich feed is a straight feed and can be added to your horse's balanced daily ration for additional energy and nutrients. Micronised Linseed provides slow releasing energy for more controlled performance and promotes a show worthy shine. Linseed naturally contains low levels of starch which is beneficial to all horses and ponies. It is great for horses that struggle to maintain condition and can be a good winter feed when your horse is using extra energy to stay warm. This palatable high energy feed is micronized for convenience and ease of use. Micronised Linseed is great for all horses, including those that are older or horses that are prone to Laminitis. Charnwood Micronised Linseed is the highest quality available and many horse owners will refuse to use any other brand of linseed. Micronised Linseed Feeding Rate: We recommend to feed on average 150gm - 200gm of Micronised Linseed per day depending on the size of the horse. ie. 150gm for a small pony and 200gm for a large thoroughbred. Protein 23% Oil 35% Fibre 7% Ash 5.15%
Rolled Barley 20kg Barley is an important part of many horse's diets. With a high level of calories and over 80% digestible it is a quality feed and very cost effective. We only use the finest barley available. It is a pale golden colour and is free from dust and debris. As some horses don't like the taste of barley, it can be fed with added molasses or even cooked to satisfy those fussy eaters. If you crush your own barley before feeding it to the horse, always ensure this is done just before feeding as the nutrition value of the barley declines over time after crushing. It is also a good idea to mix the barley with other feeds such as chopped hay or bran to ensure your horse gets a healthy balanced diet. As with all animal feed, it should be stored in a dry, cool area away from sunlight. A food storage container would be perfect.
Dr Green Bran 20kg. Ingredients: 100% Wheat bran. Analysis: Fibre 12%. Bran is an important part of many horse's diets. Horse owners feed bran for many reasons, some for laxative reasons, other serve it hot to warm up the horses in the colder months. If your horse is a fussy eater and you struggle to get them to eat the good food they need, adding bran may be a good idea. Horses love the taste and when it is mixed with other feeds can disguise the flavour of the foods they don't like. It is important that your horse gets a healthy balanced diet. Bran should always be used a part of a balanced diet. As with all animal feed, it should be stored in a dry, cool area away from sunlight. A food storage container would be perfect.
Best British Oats are carefully selected, top quality oats grown in the UK. They are thoroughly cleaned, clipped and lightly bruised to maximise nutrient availability. Bruising, rather than crushing, the oats is less likely to result in significant nutrient losses over time and creates less dust. Ingredients: Oats.
Flaked Maize (Micronized), Flaked Maize is enjoyed by wild birds, poultry, Waterfowl, Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Hamster as well as Horses. Maize is a source of protein, as well as starch. The starch in micronized flaked maize is broken down during the production, making the starch easier to digest. Flaked Maize is an excellent supplementary food for horses and small animals such as rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters.
The whole grains are cleaned then cooked and rolled. This process makes the energy from the grains more easily available to the horse's digestive system and helps to make the feed non heating while still providing valuable nutrients. Always make any changes gradually. All equines are individuals and it is advisable to monitor and adjust the feeding regime to match the requirements of your own horse or pony. Rolled oats can also be fed to a variety of other animals 20kg
Flaked peas are a palatable source of protein and energy; micronisation helps to improve their digestibility. Micronised flaked peas are a good source of B vitamins and a lower energy alternative to soya and beans; the high sugar and starch content makes them an ideal ingredient in ruminant rations.