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Horse and Pony Herb Grass Seed Mix

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14KG / 1 ACRE Our Horse Herb grass seed mix has all the attributes of the standard horse and pony mix with the added benefit of herbs.

This mix has all the attributes of the standard horse and pony mix with the added benefit of herbs which can mine minerals from the soil, pulling them up from depth and making them available to the horses via the forage. The Herbs will help to provide essential minerals and trace elements to the diet.

General Specifications:

Kg  Species & Varieties
3.00  Strong Creeping Red Fescue
2.00  Seagoe Int Tetraploid PRG
2.50  Glenariff Int Diploid PRG
2.00  Fintona Int Tetraploid PRG
2.00  Tyrella Late Diploid PRG
1.50  Presto Timothy
0.30  Perennial Chicory
0.20  Sheeps Burnet
0.20  Sheeps Parsley
0.10  Ribgrass
0.10  Yarrow
0.10  Sainfoin

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