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Calm Balance +


A comprehensive forage balancer with calming support, specifically developed to help settle reactive, tense or anxious horses.

  • Low in sugar & starch
  • Rich in B-group Vitamins
  • Soothes digestive tract

Suitable For

  • Natural vitamins & minerals
  • Fussy eaters
  • Long or short term use

Ideal for long term use or for providing targeted support during stressful situations.



Feeding Instructions

As with any new feed, introduce gradually over a week.

Quick soaking, use 2-2.5 parts water to 1 part feed. Use 100g a day per 100kg ideal (not actual) body weight, divided between two feeds. For example, 500g per day for a 500kg horse.

Please use the scale for Simple Balance +


Sainfoin, Cooked full fat linseed, Stabilised dried yeast, Seaweed meal, Magnesium sulphate, Sodium chloride, Spearmint.


All products are natural and seasonal variations can occur, the packaging of each product will detail the typical analysis which is relevant to the batch/cut within the bag. Below are this product's specification ranges to give an indication of the seasonal variations that can occur for this product.

Specification Ranges

Crude Fat (Oil) % 9-11 %
Crude Ash % 7-10 %
Crude Protein % 12-16 %
Crude Fibre % 20-25 %
Sugar % <3 %
Starch % <5 %

Vitamins & Minerals

We do not add vitamins as the forages themselves have them naturally occurring, often in their precursor form, so the packaging of each forage product details average vitamin & mineral figures produced by the British Association of Green Crop Driers to give an indication of the levels found within Lucerne or Grass. However, Simple System undertakes mineral analysis every two years or when/if the source of the product is changed. Below are the most up to date figures specific to this product.

Major Minerals

Calcium % 0.97
Phosphorus % 0.41
Sodium % 0.45
Potassium % 1.5
Magnesium % 0.28
Chloride % 0.99
Sulphur % 0.33

Minor Minerals

Copper mg/kg 17
Manganese mg/kg 70
Zinc mg/kg 72
Iron mg/kg 563
Selenium mg/kg 0.16

I was lucky enough to trial the Calm Balance + for my filly Ola, she loved it and we were amazed at how easy it was to feed.

Having bred Ola, we were shocked at how sharp and spooky she was. After about two weeks of feeding Calm Balance + we started to notice little differences in Ola, the first being less spooky, she also seemed to be more responsive to us touching her and grooming her. 

Ms Karan Tett

Perfect Partners to Calm Balance +

Please select one of the categories below for appropriate companions to Calm Balance +

A blend developed for moody mares, stressed or temperamental equines.


This natural source of B vitamins & amino acids is beneficial to all horses, particularly those with behavioural problems.


Sieved lucerne chop ideal for all equines, especially those looking to lose weight.


Our highest fibre, low sugar lucerne in 6mm cubes, perfect for those needing a low calorie feed.


A comprehensive forage balancer with natural joint care. Designed to support older or harder working horses, aiding comfort, flexibility and range of motion.


A comprehensive high fibre mash, rich in omega 3 and natural vitamins and minerals. Provides dietary support for equines affected by Mallenders, Sallenders, CPL and dry itchy skin.


Cooked full fat linseed, ready to feed. A valuable source of essential Omega 3.


A blend of top quality ingredients for our ultimate forage balancer. Feed all year round to complement forages & grazing.


Sainfoin compressed into 1kg blocks, rich in natural minerals & trace elements. Feed whole & dry to mimic grazing.


A premium forage alternative to lucerne & grass. High in fibre, low in calories and rich in natural minerals & trace elements.


Premium forage alternative to lucerne and grass, rich in natural minerals and trace elements.


A nutritious blend of easily digested forages, grown together, to increase variety in the diet.


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