Complementary Feeds for Horses

Complementary Feeds

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

Instant Linseed - Micronised Linseed for Horses
  • Healthy coat & skin
  • Builds condition & maintains stamina
  • Useful source of copper, selenium & phosphate

Size £15.00

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Dried seaweed (Ascophylum nodosum). Naturally concentrated sea minerals in a bio-available & balanced form.

Pure Ocean Seaweed - Seaweed for Horses
  • Provides natural minerals
  • Supports immune system
  • Source of amino acids & vitamins

Size £27.95

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

Traditional Brewers Yeast - Brewers Yeast for Horses
  • Aids nutrient absorption
  • Prebiotic to aid gut microbes
  • Rich in B Vitamins & Minerals

Size £13.90

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Organic Apple Cider vinegar, proven over time in a wide range of situations - used internally and externally to great effect.

  • Additive free, naturally fermented apple juice
  • Rich source of vitamins & minerals
  • Totally organic

Size £6.80

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Finely cut herbal spearmint, ideally used as a feed appetiser.

Justamint - herbal spearmint for horses
  • Encourages fussy eaters
  • Aids digestion
  • Reduces flatulence

Size £9.95

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Strong, pure, granulated garlic, one of nature's own health foods.

Garlic Granules - Garlic for Horses
  • Natural fly repellent
  • Aids blood circulation
  • Good source of sulphur

Size £9.95

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A salt lick in a flexible tub for all horses & ponies, providing sodium & a top up of magnesium.

Salt Lick Tub 10kg
  • Use in the field or stable
  • Suitable for organic pasture
  • Reuseable flexitub

Size £14.50

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A natural source of European rock salt, for adding to feed or water, helping to replenish salts lost in work or travelling.

  • 100% natural
  • Pure granular rock salt
  • Aids rehydration

Size £6.50

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