Pure Feed Graze
£11.95 per bag
Pure Feed Graze is a high fibre, low sugar and starch hay replacer. The quick soaking micro-pellets form a soft easy to chew mash, perfect for older horses or those with poor dentition. Pure Feed Graze contains 7 different herbs for improved palatability to help tempt even the fussiest of eaters.
- Low sugar and starch content- suitable for those needing a low starch diet due to laminitis
- Quick soaking
- Palatable- with added herbs and mint to tempt fussy eaters
- High fibre and with added pre and probiotic to support gut health
- Ideal for older horses or those with poor dentition
- Can be used as a low dust alternative forage to hay
Delivery to Mainland UK is free for orders over £150.00 (except in some postal areas). There is a small delivery charge of £4.95 for orders less than £150.00. Some postal areas are subject to an additional delivery surcharge. Any surcharge will appear in your shopping cart prior to checkout. For all other destinations please contact the office on 01458 333 333. Our minimum order is two bags. Prices vary according to volume purchased.
Available from November 2nd 2020
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Pure Feed Graze is a high fibre micro-pellet that soaks to form a soft, easy to chew mash. It is free from molasses and wholegrain cereals making it low in both sugar and starch. This makes it suitable to feed to horses that need a low starch diet or those that can be excitable. The high quality fibre, and added pre and probiotics help to support your horse’s digestive system. Our combination of super fibres retain water to help maintain hydration and increase your horse’s fluid intake. The feed soaks in as little as 5 minutes making it quick and easy to prepare. Soak 2 parts water to 1 part feed until a soft mash is formed. With a combination of 7 different herbs for extra palatability Pure Feed Graze is sure to tempt even the fussiest of horses.
Pure Feed Graze is suitable for all horses and ponies including older horses or those with poor dentition that struggle to chew hay, competition horses to help increase their fluid and fibre intake, horses with limited grazing, horses on box rest to help relieve boredom or those that need a low dust alternative to hay.
Pure Feed Graze can be used as a partial hay replacer and fed up to 1kg per 100kg bodyweight per day. When used as a hay replacer this should be split across at least 3 servings per day. Pure Feed Graze contains no added vitamins and minerals so can be fed at higher levels without causing a dietary imbalance. Pure Feed Graze can be fed in buckets around the stable to help mimic the horse’s natural foraging behaviour and natural head position when grazing. As with any new feed, Pure Feed Graze should be introduced gradually and the amount fed per day should be slowly increased over a period of 14 days until you reach the required level to maintain condition.
Soak 2 parts water to 1 part feed in a shallow bucket and stir. Leave for 5 minutes or until a soft mash has formed.
For more information on hay replacers and why to feed them download our free guide.
If you have any further questions, or would like to find out how it can be used as part of your horse’s feed regime please contact one of our nutritionists. Alternatively you can submit a diet plan request for your horse.
Check out our video below of Pure Feed Graze soaking. Please note this is a time lapse video, we recommend that the product is soaked for atleast 5 minutes before feeding.
|Digestible Energy||8.5 MJ/kg||Starch||7.5%||Magnesium||1.2 g/kg|
|Oil||3%||Phosphorus||0.4%||Naturally occurring iron||323 mg/kg|
|Naturally occurring sugar||3%||Vitamin E||10 mg/kg||Profeed||4 g/kg|
- Grass pellets
- Wheat straw pellets
- Unmolassed sugar beet
- Linseed lonzenges
- Cold pressed rapeseed oil
- Di-calcium phosphate
- Mixed herbs
- Vistacell yeast
- Peppermint oil
Additives: Gut Flora stabilisers: Saccharomyces cerevisiae MUCL 39885 (E4b1710) 7.5 billion CFU/ kg. Zootechnical additives: Lignosulphate binder E565 as an aid to pelleting.
- Wholegrain cereals
- Nutritionally improved straw (NIS)