Approx. weight in Stubbs scoop: 0.5kg
A low calorie fibre blend suitable for those prone to laminitis.
- High fibre feed suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis.
- Low in starch and sugar, SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF is formulated to promote 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.
- Please contact the Care-Line for specific advice on feeding to severely insulin dysregulated horses and ponies.
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INGREDIENTS: Cereal straw treated (oat & wheat, sodium), Cereal straw (oat & wheat), Lucerne (alfalfa), Sunflower seed meal dehulled, Cane molasses and soya oil (from genetically modified soya) blend, Oatfeed, Wheatfeed, Rice bran, Calcium carbonate, Rapeseed oil, Molasses, Magnesium oxide, Sodium chloride (salt), Garlic.
PLEASE NOTE that we may occasionally make small adjustments to our formulations. Please contact Care-Line for specific advice, especially in relation to allergies.
250kg pony as a replacement for compound feed
- 1.5kg of SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF per day ideally divided into at least 2 meals
- Feed as much forage as they will eat or a minimum of 4kg hay or 5-6kg of haylage per day based on no grazing
500kg horse as a replacement for compound feed
- 3kg of SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF per day ideally divided into at least 2 meals
- Feed as much forage as they will eat or a minimum of 7.5kg of hay or 9-11kg of haylage per day based on no grazing
350kg pony unable to eat grass or hay
- 5.5-7kg of SPILLERS HAPPY HOOF per day divided into as many smaller servings as possible (ideally a minimum of 3)