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Spillers Original Balancer 20kg

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£36.56 £36.56
  • A balancer can be added to your horse or ponies diet.
  • When less than the recommended ration of compound feed is being fed.
  • Suitable for all horses and ponies.
  • To be fed alongside compound feed or forage only diets.
  • Whole cereal free.
  • Low starch non-heating formulation.
  • Contains excellent protein sources rich in essential amino acids to support muscle tone and topline.
  • Not available to purchase online.
  • Please contact your local store for fruther information and availability.

Spillers Orignial Balancer is a balancer that can be added to your horse or ponies diet when less than the recommended ration of compound feed is being fed. It is suitable for all horses and ponies to be fed alongside their compound feed or forage only diets. The product is whole cereal free, low starch, non-heating formulation and contains excellent protein sources rich in essential amino acids to support muscle tone and topline.

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