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Spillers Happy Hoof 20kg

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£16.20 £16.20
  • Suitable for most horses & ponies
  • Approved by the laminitis trust
  • Low calories
  • Ideal for horses & ponies in rest or in light work
  • Weight 20kg
  • Buy 10 for £15.71 £15.71 each and save 3%
  • A unique, low calorie fibre blend suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis.
  • Spillers Happy Hoof is proven to produce a low glycaemic response and, with the addition of magnesium, helps to maintain a healthy metabolism. The short chopped form extends eating time.
  • Low levels of sugar and starch
  • With biotin to support healthy hoof growth
  • A palatable blend of straw, alfalfa, grass, garlic and rapeseed oil.
  • Contains added vitamins and minerals including Biotin, Calcium, Zinc and Copper to support healthy hoof growth. Plus the key antioxidants vitamin E and Selenium which may support the laminar tissue.
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