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GreenGold - Pure Unmolassed Lucerne Chop

29 October 2014

A superb, totally pure, chopped lucerne. We have not added a single thing – no soya, no molasses, no flavourings, no pellets – just pure lucerne flash dried to preserve all its natural goodness. It is a good natural source of carotene, for Vitamin A, Vitamin E, calcium and magnesium. When you need a totally pure, non-heating, additive free chop with plenty of nutrition, free from molasses and straw, look no further - GreenGold® is the answer.

We have been working very hard over the past few years to get our GreenGold® to the ideal pure lucerne chop we and our customers require (the British weather has not helped with harvests over the past years). This season’s GreenGold® is English lucerne bagged by our new production line in Suffolk. After much debate, we have a shorter chop, a beautiful green feed with the leaf all there and hardly any fines. It mixes in to a feed easily. It smells delicious. The nutritional levels are good. In our trials, the horses loved it too!

If you horse requires more of a chew, then Lucie®Stalks may be more suitable. Our Lucie®Stalks are also ideal for over-weight equines and those with metabolic issues, with high fibre and naturally very low levels of sugar and starch.

If you'd prefer a grass chop, we have two to choose from. Timothy Chop is high fibre Timothy Grass, harvested at a mature stage for naturally low sugars. Alternatively, our JustGrass® comprises of various species of grass (but not ryegrass), providing summer grazing all year round.

If you're not sure which feed would suit your horse best, call our Feed Line on 01728 604 008, email info@simplesystem.co.uk or fill out Ask a Question form.

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