HAPPY HOOF™

For Those Prone to Laminitis

Products benefits
  • High fibre feed suitable for horse and ponies prone to laminitis. 
  • With less than 10% starch and sugar SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF 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.
For Those Prone to Laminitis
Nutritional Specification  
Digestible Energy (MJ/kg) 8.8
Oil (%) 3.5
Protein (%) 9.0
Fibre (%) 25.0
Starch (%) 1.5
Sugar (%) 4.0
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
For Those Prone to Laminitis
Ingredients
  • Nutritionally improved straw
  • Chopped straw
  • Alfalfa
  • Molasses
  • Sunflower extract
  • Rice bran
  • Oatfeed
  • Calcium carbonate
  • Rapeseed oil
  • Vitamin & mineral premix
  • Calcined magnesite
  • Garlic
  • Lysine
  • Salt
Please note that we may occasionally make small adjustments to our formulations. Please contact Care-Line for specific advice, especially in relation to allergies.

For Those Prone to Laminitis
Example Diets
250kg pony in light work as a replacement for compound feed 

  • 1.5kg of SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF per day ideally divided into at least 2 meals
  • Ad lib forage
500kg horse as a replacement for compound feed 

  • 3kg of SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF per day ideally divided into at least 2 meals
  • Ad lib forage
350kg pony unable to eat grass or hay

  • 8kg of SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF per day divided into a minimum of 4 meals.
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