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Spillers High Fibre Cubes - 20kg

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£13.62 £13.62
  • Special blend of concentrated fibres
  • Prebiotics and probiotics to help support your horse or pony’s digestive system
  • Low calorie and cereal free
  • Ideal for good doers, box resting horses and ponies and those prone to laminitis
  • Suitable for all types of horses and ponies with maintenance to low energy requirements and those prone to excitability
  • Can be used as a hay replacer
  • Ideal for seniors that can no longer manage long fibre
  • 20kg bags

These Spillers High Fibre Cubes are formulated from a special blend of concentrated fibres. These cubes contain prebiotics and probiotics to help support your horse or pony’s digestive system as well as being low calorie and cereal free. This feed is ideal for good doers, box resting horses and ponies and those prone to laminitis and is suitable for all types of horses and ponies with maintenance to low energy requirements and those prone to excitability. It is also ideal for seniors that can no longer manage long fibre and makes the perfect hay replacer. It is recommended to use a mixture of this feed and haylage in younger horses to aid digestion, see bag for further details. Available to purchase from your local Wynnstay store in 20kg bags only.

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