HIGH FIBRE, LOW STARCH CUBE
- Partial hay replacer
- Ideal for helping to maintain optimal respiratory health
- Any horse requiring a low starch, high fibre feed
- Suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis
- Any horse or pony that requires a ration that is easy to chew and digest
FEATURES & BENEFITS
- Clean, high fibre feed that can be used as a partial hay replacer
- Dust free to help maintain normal respiratory health
- "Super-fibre" ingredients provide slow-release energy for control and help to maintain a healthy digestive system
- Low energy feed, ideal for native breeds and good doers that are resting or in light work
- Can be quickly and easily soaked to form a soft and highly palatable mash
- Fully fortified with vitamins and minerals and trace elements for optimum health
- Low in sugar and starch
- Produced to fixed formulation, giving fixed nutritional quality unlike hay
- Sprayed with soya oil to help with skin and coat condition
This low energy, high fibre feed is a useful and versatile diet for a wide range of situations:
- It is suitable for horses or ponies that require a low starch diet, such as those on box rest or for those that carry to much condition.
- The low energy of Super Fibre Cubes makes them an ideal maintenance feed for good doers and native breeds that are resting or in light work.
- Older horses, that find long fibre difficult to chew, will appreciate having them soaked into a mash, helping to maintain their fibre intake.
- The high fibre content makes Super Fibre Cubes ideal as a partial hay replacer at times when hay is either scarce, expensive or of poor quality. As Super Fibre Cubes are dust free they are an excellent choice to help maintain normal respiratory health.
- The low starch and sugar content also makes them a suitable diet for horses and ponies that are prone to laminitis.
- Saracen Horse Feeds strongly recommend that you seek specific feeding advice if you are managing a laminitic horse or pony. Complete our Feed Advice Form for an individual nutritional consultation.
It is important to remember that horses must receive at least 1.5% of their bodyweight as good quality forage, on a daily basis.