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Premium hemp & herb pellets suitable as a meal topper or supplement.
The only horse pellet on the market with a completely natural herbal pre-mix blended with highly nutritious and palatable Australian grown hemp meal, rich in all the essential amino and fatty acids required for a healthy diet.
Blended with a variety of nutrient dense and antioxidant rich herbs that also have traditional medicinal properties aimed at organ and gut health as well as immune boosting properties.
Aloe vera, chamomile, fennel and ginger are all soothing and supporting gut health whilst beetroot powder and kelp are rich in vitamins bioflavonoids and minerals aimed at a healthy endocrine system.
Rosehips and turmeric need no introduction as being two of the most popular and useful herbs used in the modern horses diet aimed at kidney liver and immune function.
Packaged in a compostible box and bag.
See this article for our feed recommendations Peak Nutrition for Horses
Daily Feeding Rate
200-250g per 100kg body weight.
For horses that maintain condition well they may require a lower rate to prevent weight gain.
Horses in heavy exercise or during growth may require feeding a higher rate.
Feeding rates to be adjusted according to energy expenditure and weight management requirements.
• Based on 2% body weight roughage.
• Moderate exercise.
• Must be modified to suit individual horses needs and type of roughage available.
• Ensure clean, fresh water is available at all times.
NB: Other McDowells supplements and/or tonics can be added to feed ration depending on your treatment plan.
See this article Peak Nutrition for Horses
Please contact a McDowells practitioner for a detailed, free consultation.
Phone 02 6331 3937.
For Animal Oral Use Only
McDowell's staff Herbalists can not diagnose you or your companions disease or illness. What they can do is offer a herbal program to assist with healing, after you have had advice from your doctor or specialist. If you have unexplained pain or symptoms, seek medical advice.