We cater to the varying needs of horses that include your horses health, condition and satisfaction
Formulations that provide a balanced diet that is high in fat and fibre whilst avoiding starch.
Using appropriate vitamins and minerals to help keep your horse calmer and maintain muscle integrity.
Relief from gastric ulcers: Containing a natural equine antacid to help buffer against the development of gastric ulcers in horses.
As the days lengthen in spring, increased sunlight prompts pastures to enter a growth phase. However, in many areas, nights are still cool, which means that sugars produced by the grass may be stored rather than used for growth. This can create problems for our IR or laminitis susceptible horses. Coupled with unpredictable weather in spring and rapid grass growth, pasture can be a risky option for many horses.
It is recommended that overweight, obese and IR horses have limited or controlled access to pasture during spring and are provided with a tested low sugar hay. Horses with IR should not have any pasture access.
Muzzles are a great tool with overweight horses to allow some grazing time and exercise. They should also receive a balanced and safe ration containing adequate vitamins and minerals. As every horse is different, we recommend consulting an equine nutritionist to ensure your at-risk horse is receiving the best diet for their individual situation.
Our partnership with Kentucky Equine Research ensures we offer customers a superior range of feeds.
Our feeds are Australian made and owned, using only the finest quality grains sourced from farmers around the country.
With over 30 years experience in formulating high quality, tailored nutritional solutions, our products are guaranteed to meet the individual needs of your horse.