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Horse & Pony Cubes - Spillers - 20 Kg

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A popular pelleted feed ideal for horses in light to medium work. With a controlled starch level and added magnesium to help reduce the risk of excitability
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Spillers Horse & Pony Cubes is a popular pelleted feed ideal for horses in light to medium work and for horses recovering from myoglobinuria. Because it contains balanced levels of starch and sugars and no oats, horses do not tend to get hot by eating Spillers Horse & Pony Cubes.  

  • With high levels of Vitamin E to support the immune system.
  • Suitable for all horses and ponies with low to medium energy requirements.
  • With a controlled starch level and added magnesium to help reduce the risk of excitability

Ingredients: wheatfeed, oatfeed, nutritionally improved straw, molasses, rice bran, sunflower extract, calcium carbonate, salt, vitamins and minerals premix, calcined magnesite, rapeseed oil 

Nutritional Specification

 

Digestible Energy (MJ/kg)

8.9

Oil (%)

4.0

Protein (%)

10.0

Fibre (%)

15.0

Starch (%)

16.0

Sugar (%)

4.5

Vitamin A (iu/kg)

10000

Vitamin D3 (iu/kg)

1500

Vitamin E (iu/kg)

200

Selenium (mg/kg)

0.30

Copper (mg/kg)

40

Zinc (mg/kg)

120

Example Diets
350kg pony in light work

  • 2kg of SPILLERS Horse and Pony Cubes per day divided into a minimum of 2 meals
  • Double handful of SPILLERS Daily Fibre per meal
  • Ad lib forage
500kg horse in light work

  • 3kg of SPILLERS Horse and Pony Cubes divided into at least 2 meals
  • Double handful of SPILLERS Daily Fibre per meal
  • Ad lib forage

 

Feeding Instructions:

Use between 0.8% to 1.0% of your horse´s bodyweight in feed in combination with ad lib good quality hay and a salt block

For advice about how to manage long competition seasons and travel to guarantee your horse’s performance, contact your nutritionist at Horse1 or Spillers.