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Spillers Happy Hoof Molases Freee

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For Those Prone to Laminitis

  • A low calorie fibre blend suitable for those prone to laminitis.
  • Format: Fibre
  • Pack weight: 20kg

High fibre, molasses free feed with no added sugar suitable for horse and ponies prone to laminitis. With less than 10% starch and sugar SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF Molasses Free will produce a low insulin response. Low calorie ideal for good doers, natives and those in light work. Highly versatile feed that can be fed on its own, alongside a balancer or as a hay replacer. Includes short chopped alfalfa and straw to extend eating time. Contains 15mg of biotin per 3kg serving, proven to support hoof health. With a full range of added vitamins and minerals to provide a balanced diet.

Nutritional Specification

  • Digestible Energy (MJ/kg) 8.8
  • Oil (%) 4.0
  • Protein (%) 9.0
  • Fibre (%) 28.0
  • Starch (%) 1.5
  • Sugar (%) 1.25
  • Vitamin A (iu/kg) 10,000
  • Vitamin D3 (iu/kg) 1,500
  • Vitamin E (iu/kg) 200
  • Selenium (mg/kg) 0.15
  • Copper (mg/kg) 20
  • Zinc (mg/kg) 100
  • Biotin (mg/kg) 5.0

Ingredients

  • Nutritionally improved straw
  • Chopped straw
  • Sunflower extract
  • Alfalfa
  • Oatfeed
  • Rapeseed oil
  • Calcium carbonate
  • Vitamin & mineral premix
  • Salt
  • Calcined magnesite
  • Garlic
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SPILLERS Science

The science behind SPILLERS is provided by the Equine Studies Group at the WALTHAM Centre for Pet Nutrition. WALTHAM is a leading scientific authority that focuses on the nutrition and wellbeing of horses along with other companion animals such as dogs, cats, birds and fish.

The WALTHAM Equine Studies Group, headed by Professor Pat Harris MA PhD, VetMB DipECVCN MRCVS and actively supported by Clare Barfoot BSc (Hons) RNutr who heads up Research & Development at SPILLERS, has collaborated with key research institutes and universities around the world for over 20 years and its work remains at the forefront of equine nutritional science.

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