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HORSE & PONY COOLING CUBES

Non heating, everyday cube

SUITABLE FOR:

  • Horses and ponies at rest
  • Horses and ponies in light work
  • Horses and ponies that react to high levels of cereals
  • Horses and ponies that are fussy feeders

FEATURES & BENEFITS:

  • Cereal grain free
  • Low energy, non-heating cube
  • High fibre inclusion to offer controllable energy
  • Oil and essential amino acids to maintain skin, coat and muscle condition
  • Fully fortified with a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals
  • Mint flavouring to entice the fussiest of feeders

HORSE & PONY COOLING CUBES are a cost-effective, low energy, non-heating cube, and are ideally suited to horses and ponies at rest or in light to medium work. The cubes are based on a cereal grain-free formulation meaning that the energy is provided by fibre and oil which supports stamina through the provision of slow-release energy.

The use of ‘Super-Fibres’ makes HORSE & PONY COOLING CUBES suitable for horses with natural energy or those that react to a high cereal diets and will also help to maintain a health digestive system. HORSE & PONY COOLING CUBES contain quality protein sources to help maintain a healthy immune system, coat and hoof condition as well as supporting muscle tone and topline.

Linseed meal is included within the formulation to provide a source of omega-3 fatty acids which can contribute to sustained energy release, maintaining joint health and mobility and aid in coat and skin condition.

HORSE & PONY COOLING CUBES provide a balanced diet and are fully fortified with a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals to support general health and well-being. Cooling Cubes are soft and easy to chew and contain a mint flavouring to entice fussy feeders.

HORSE & PONY COOLING CUBES are also alfalfa and soya free making them suitable for horses with intolerances and those that require a Non-GM ration.

Ingredients

  • Oatfeed
  • Wheatfeed
  • Sunflower Seed Meal
  • Molasses
  • Dried Sugarbeet Pulp
  • Calcium Carbonate
  • Sodium Chloride
  • Dicalcium Phosphate
  • Full Fat Linseed
  • Vitamins & Minerals
  • Mixture of flavouring compounds

Nutrition

Ingredient Quantity
Oil 3.3%
Protein 10%
Fibre 19%
Digestible Energy 11.0 MJ/kg
Starch 12.0%
Vitamin A 11,500 iu/kg
Vitamin D 1,150 iu/kg
Vitamin E 60 iu/kg
Selenium 0.20 mg/kg

The feeding rates are offered as a guideline, if you would like to discuss your horse's individual requirements please contact a member of our nutritional team on 01622 718487.

Feed Body weight Frequency
1.0 - 2.0kg 200-400kg Per day
2.0 - 3.5kg 400-600kg Per day
3.5 up to 5.0kg >600kg Per day
These feeding rates are intended as a guide only. Always try to feed a minimum of 1.5% of bodyweight as good quality forage per day.

N.B These feed levels give the minimum and maximum feeding rates for each range of bodyweights (BW), ie a pony of any BW between 200-400kg could be fed between 1-2kg per day depending on their requirements.

HORSE & PONY COOLING CUBES contain linseed which is the richest vegetable source of Omega-3 fatty acids. Increasing dietary levels of Omega-3 fatty acids can have extremely beneficial effects on coat and skin condition and can also aid in joint health and mobility.

Oatfeed is a rich source of beta-glucan which has been shown to have positive effects on the immune system, glycaemic response post-feeding, and on digestive health (Lindinger et al., 2017). Beta-glucan is a soluble fibre source that acts as a coating for the stomach lining and can help to regulate sugar release from the digestive system. It has also been shown to support immune response in performance horses (Paap & Roberti, 2014).

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