HDF™ Lay Off Mix

Reduced starch mix ideal for early training
Products benefits
  • Low energy mix for racing and performance horses during early training.
  • Contains a palatable blend of steam flaked barley, maize and peas.
  • With a high level of lysine to support muscle tone and development.
  • Includes probiotic live yeast to support hindgut health.
  • With added vitamin C for respiratory support.
  • High in vitamin E the most important antioxidant to support immune and muscle health.
  • Rich in calcium to support bone re-modelling during early training.
  • Includes chelated zinc, copper and manganese to help maximise absorption.
Reduced starch mix ideal for early training
Nutritional Specification  
Digestible Energy (MJ/kg) 10.0
Oil (%) 3.0
Protein (%) 10.0
Fibre (%) 14.0
Starch (%) 23.0
Sugar (%) 4.0
Vitamin A (iu/kg) 11000
Vitamin D3 (iu/kg) 1500
Vitamin E (iu/kg) 400
Vitamin C (mg/kg) 625
Selenium (mg/kg) 0.30
Copper (mg/kg) 35
Zinc (mg/kg) 120

Reduced starch mix ideal for early training
Ingredients
  • Flaked barley
  • Oatfeed
  • Wheatfeed
  • Molasses
  • Flaked maize
  • Grass nuts
  • Flaked peas
  • Rice bran
  • Calcium carbonate
  • Salt
  • Vitamin & mineral premi
  • Live yeast
  • Di calcium phosphate
  • Lyysine
Please note that we may occasionally make small adjustments to our formulations. Please contact Care-Line for specific advice, especially in relation to allergies.

Reduced starch mix ideal for early training
Example Diets
500kg racehorse on box rest

  • 3-4kg of SPILLERS HDF™ Lay Off Mix per day divided into a minimum of 2 meals
  • Double handful of SPILLERS Conditioning Fibre per meal
  • Ad lib hay/ haylage (minimum of 9kg of hay or 10-12kg of haylage per day)
500kg racehorse in pre training

  • 3-5kg of SPILLERS HDF™ Lay Off Mix per day divided into a minimum of 3 meals
  • Double handful of SPILLERS Conditioning Fibre per meal
  • Ad lib hay/ haylage (minimum of 9kg of hay or 10-12kg of haylage per day)
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