Fast Fibre® The Quick Soak Fibre Provider
Ideal for . . .
- Horses and ponies at rest or in light work
- Horses and ponies prone to laminitis
- Good doers who need a low calorie feed
- Horses and ponies struggling to chew due to worn or missing teeth
- Horses and ponies needing a partial hay replacer
Benefits of Fast Fibre® . . .
- Only 7.5% combined starch and sugar level
- High in fibre – 26%
- Suitable for those prone to laminitis
- A low energy/calorie feed –DE 8MJ/kg
- Quick soak– soaks in 60 seconds!
- Balanced with vitamins and minerals
- Contains prebiotics for healthy digestion
- Includes linseed – a good source of Omega 3
- Suitable for horses with intolerances to barley, alfalfa and/or molasses
Fast Fibre® is a low calorie/energy feed, ideal for the good doer or those who tend to be excitable even on low energy feeds. It is high in fibre and low in starch and sugar, making it suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis. Due to its high fibre content, it is also particularly useful for horses and ponies with dental problems and can be fed as a partial hay replacer. Fast Fibre’s® unique recipe enables it to be soaked in under a minute so you can be sure that your horse’s feed is always fresh!
- Nutritional Information
- Feeding Instructions
- Feeding Recommendations
Nutritionally Improved Straw, Oat Feed, Unmolassed Beet Pulp, Linseed Expeller (6.1%), Grass Meal, Di-calcium Phosphate, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Mint, Fenugreek, Organic Soya Oil, Yeast, Fructo-oligosaccharides
Nutritional Additives (per kg):
Vitamins: E3a672a Vitamin A: 10k iu (as retinyl acetate); E3a671 Vitamin D3: 1.5k iu (as cholecalciferol); E3a700 Vitamin E: 250mg (as all-rac-alpha-tocopheryl acetate)
Trace elements: 150mg Ferrous Sulphate Monohydrate (E1-Iron); 97mg Zinc Oxide (E6-Zinc); 121mg Manganous Oxide (E5-Manganese); 2.36mg Calcium Iodate Anhydrous (E2-Iodine); 1.11mg Sodium Selenite (E8-Selenium); 83mg Cupric Chelate of Glycine, Hydrate (E4-Copper)
- Crude Protein 7.5%
- Crude Oils and Fats 3.0%
- Crude Fibre 26%
- Crude Ash 9.5%
- Calcium 1.0%
- Sodium 0.8%
- Starch 5.0%
- Phosphorous 0.45%
- Total Sugar 2.5%
- Omega 3 0.5%
- Estimated D.E. 8.0MJ/kg
DO NOT FEED DRY – THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS UNMOLASSED SUGAR BEET AND MUST BE SOAKED FOR 30-60 SECONDS BEFORE FEEDING.
Introduce a new feed gradually over 7 to 10 days building up to the amounts needed to maintain condition and energy levels (0.5 – 7.75kg depending on size, type, workload and condition). Place feed in a shallow bucket, add twice as much water as feed, then stir. Wait 30 to 60 seconds before feeding this product. Unmolassed chaff can be added after soaking, if adding unmolassed chaff, stir well before feeding. Suitable for laminitics. Do not feed to sheep.
This feed is made from natural ingredients, so may change colour slightly through the seasons, or take longer to soak. If the feed is not soaking quickly enough, please leave to soak for longer, or soak the feed in warm water, then stir, until it forms a nice soft mash.
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ: To get the best results from Fast Fibre, please make sure that you do not feed any other products that contain barley or molasses. Many traditional feeds contain barley and / or molasses which can cause excitability in some horses. Even horses that do not become fizzy as a result of these ingredients can benefit from a low starch and sugar feed such as Fast Fibre.
1 Stubbs scoop holds 1.5kg of dry Fast Fibre
|Weight||Rest-light work||Medium work||Hard Work Total||Hay Replacer|
|200kg||0.5 - 1.0kg||1.25 - 1.5kg||2.25 – 2.5kg||3.0 – 5.0kg|
|300kg||0.75 - 1.5kg||2.0 - 2.25kg||3.25 – 3.5kg||4.5 – 7.5kg|
|400kg||0.75 - 1.75kg||2.75 - 3.0kg||4.25 – 4.5kg||6.0 – 10kg|
|500kg||1.0 - 2.0kg||3.5 - 3.75kg||5.5 – 5.75kg||7.5 – 12.5kg|
|600kg||1.0 - 2.5kg||4.25 - 4.5kg||6.5 – 6.75kg||9.0 – 15kg|
|700kg||1.25 - 3.0kg||5.0 - 5.25kg||7.5 – 7.75kg||10.5 – 17.5kg|
“Garnet is my home bred 4 year old which I am aiming to be my next para-dressage horse. He’s always been a fast developer and I wanted a feed which I could rely on to give him everything he needed without over feeding him. He has been on Fast Fibre ever since he was weaned from his Dam and he looks fantastic on it. He is now loving his work and maintaining his condition really well.”Katherine Cooksley Garnet
Fast Fibre is great for my very young horses and those in for backing. It keeps them looking well and maintains good gut function without giving them any extra energy.
“Alfie is a good doer, and has very sensitive skin. Fast Fibre has suited him perfectly. He is also intolerant to sugar, but as Fast Fibre is barley and molasses free, it doesn’t make him silly. He is still out successfully competing in Mountain and Moorland classes as well as Veteran.”
Felicity Pooley Alfie
“We bought Bear two years ago in the hope to show him, six months later he had his first ever show. Here it was clear he needed more condition. Since then we have fed Bear on Fast Fibre as that really brings out the best of him, and keeps him happy when he is stabled at shows as it takes him a while to eat it! In the last 18 months Bear has really found his feet and has a collection of rosettes to prove that. Thank you to Allen & Page for bringing the best out of him, the results really prove it!”
Laura Smith Langa Leonardo
"Linbrook Numero Uno (Teddy) has always looked great fed on Fast Fibre. I feed him this as a low sugar alternative to other types of mash because he is a typical native good doer! He is looking incredibly well and has a very shiny coat."Ella Stuttard Linbrook Numero Uno
"Dan has now finished his first endurance season, so is now resting ready for next year. He's been fantastic all season! I've managed to maintain him on Fast Fibre, which has been great, as he doesn't tend to drink when we are away, so feeding Fast Fibre really wet has been incredibly beneficial for keeping him hydrated."Charlotte Scott Dan
"Bureside Autumn Mist (Jessie) is my 20 year old Welsh Section B. Jessie is my pride and joy, Allen & Page feeds keep her looking her best for the show ring - and her results have really shown that."Amy Harris Bureside Autumn Mist
"My veteran Shetland pony is thriving on her Fast Fibre diet. She has dental issues and struggles to eat hay so is fed Fast Fibre in small amounts several times a day. She looks really well and has come through winter looking and feeling fabulous. Thank you!"Marina Harvey
"My favourite Allen & Page feed is Fast Fibre, it's great for the youngsters. I have often found that a simple high fibre diet that is balanced with essential vitamins and minerals is enough for them to successfully start their showjumping careers."Hayley Stevens
"I brought Oakley as a 2 year old and it became immediately apparent he had some kind of digestive upset. After a process of elimination I found that he was intolerant to barley & molasses. He's fed Fast Fibre, and is having great results, both with weight and muscle development, but also mentally, he can be sharp and spooky, but the Fast Fibre gives him just the right amount of energy."Charlotte Scott Oakley
"Pascha, my homebred 9 y/o is fed on Fast Fibre. She is a very good doer, so Fast Fibre is ideal as I know she is getting a balanced diet even when on restricted grazing. Her coat looks fantastic and she is less 'girthy'. Her 'girthiness' was an initial factor into scouting for a new feed as she has displayed mild gastric ulcer symptoms previously, hence being attracted to Allen & Page's Barley & Molasses Free Range. She also gets a daily handful of Power and Performance, which is increased before competing."Ellie Brewer Aspaja
"Alfie (24 years old) is a good doer and has very sensitive skin. Fast Fibre has suited him perfectly. He is also intolerant to sugar, but as Fast Fibre is barley and molasses free, it doesn't make him silly. He is still out successfully competing in mountain and moorland classes as well as veteran."Felicity Pooley Alfie
"Fast Fibre is a feed we have always fed and is perfect for our 3 mountain and moorland ponies as it provides them with the vitamins and minerals they need without letting them become overweight."Ellie Moore Rosie, Bambi, Angus