Super Concentrated Horse Feed Balancer
This unique blend of vitamins and minerals has been made into a handy pellet form to add to horse feed and easily see that it’s been eaten or simply feed from the hand at any time.
Suitable for all horses & ponies to help support a balanced diet & promote radiance & shine all year round. A convenient way to help provide missing nutrients for:
- All horses as a top up their diet
- Good doers on a restricted diet
- Horses & ponies prone to laminitis, due to low sugar and starch content
- Horses on cereal or forage based diets
- Horses stabled for prolonged periods
- When access to sunlight is curtailed by rugs or poor weather
- When your horse loses condition
- Horse & ponies on poor grass or limited grazing
Available in 1.5kg bags
50 day – 30g serving for a horse
100 day – 15g serving for a pony
The main ingredients used to make Simplysunshine are:
Maize, Yeast, Soya oil, Vitamins, Minerals with
Beta-carotene is found in fresh grass but not in hay or haylage. Though its primary functions are as a precursor to vitamin A and as an antioxidant, Beta-carotene has important roles in maintaining an effective been shown to enhance immune system and, is also known to be beneficial to reproduction.
Vitamins A, C and E to support cell heath and immunity
Vitamin C is a key component of the innate immune response in horses. It helps neutralise the production of free radicals, which is accelerated during any type of physical or mental stress, The horse can make some of its own vitamin C but in times of increased requirement, this natural production may be insufficient. Boosting the diet with additional vitamin C helps maintain a healthy immune system.
Vitamin D essential for healthy bones and skin
It takes between 5 and eight hours of exposure to the sun’s rays to maintain Vitamin D levels in the horse, and this target is easily missed during the winter months. The horse can store some vitamin D but these stores are eroded as exposure to sun’s rays is reduced, and when supplies from preserved forages are low. Vitamin D is best known for its role in maintaining healthy bones – vital for young and mature horses alike; its role in maintaining calcium levels means it has a key supporting role important in muscle health, and it plays a role in many other body systems.
B vitamins, including biotin and B12 for energy metabolism and good hoof health.
Yeast probiotic to support digestive health.
The live probiotic yeast helps support the change from a grazing to hay or haylage based diet. Dietary change is a major risk factor for colic. Yeasts are known as “gut stabilisers” – helping to maintain a healthy digestive system
|Analytical Constituents: Per 30g serving
4B1710 Saccharomyces cerevisiae 8.33 x 1011 CFU/kg
Iron oxide E172, 2g/kg
Contains a mixture of flavouring compounds