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Horse Care 10 Pellets

A low starch, high fiber, oat-free pellet, with added RED MILLS Nutrition Care package

  • Product Information



    • Energy levels in a low starch, oat-free format 
    • Controlled energy release for sustained performance and stamina 
    • Muscle function and post-exercise recovery 
    • Gastric and hindgut function 
    • Fiber digestion and nutrient absorption 
    • Condition and topline 
    • Bone strength and integrity 
    • Balanced temperament 
    • Immune function  



    • Low starch, oat free formulation 
    • High in easily digestible fibers and oil  
    • Steamed cooked and double pelleted for improved digestibility and nutrient availability  
    • Source of quality protein and essential amino acids 
    • Contains yeast and the prebiotics, MOS and FOS 
    • Contains a natural, long-lasting gastric acid buffer 
    • Includes RED MILLS Pro Balance vitamin and mineral package, rich in iron and copper   
    • Added antioxidants including vitamin E, C and selenium  
    • Contains electrolytes 


    Ideal For

    • Horses requiring a low starch or specialised feeding programme without oats
    • Supporting gastro intestinal function
    • Supporting muscle function
    • Horses that are easily stressed or temperamental
    • Horses requiring additional body condition 
    • Horses in light to moderate work
    • Horses working in challenging climates  

      Analytical Constituents

    • Crude Protein
      minimum 8.75%
    • Crude Fat
      minimum 4.5%
    • Crude Fiber
      maximum 15.5%
    • Calcium
      minimum 1%
    • Calcium
      maximum 1.4%
    • Phosphorus
      minimum 0.4%
    • Copper
      minimum 48 ppm
    • Selenium
      minimum 0.3 ppm
    • Zinc
      minimum 144 ppm
    • Vitamin A
      minimum 4900 IU/LB
  • Feeding Directions: Horse Care 10 Pellets is a complementary feed for horses and ponies to be fed with forage, fresh water and free-choice salt.

    Feeding guidelines are intended as a guideline only. Horses should be fed according to bodyweight, condition and workload. For further advice please contact one of our nutritional experts.

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