‘L’ Mix For Those Prone To Laminitis
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 suffering from intolerances to cereal grains and molasses
Benefits of ‘L’ Mix . . .
- A chaff based feed that is high in fibre
- Very low in starch and sugar, 5.25% combined.
- No added sugars, molasses or cereal grains
- Our lowest energy/calorie feed – only DE 7MJ/kg!
- Natural source of vitamins and minerals
- Contains a blend of premium grade herbs making it highly palatable
- Contains a prebiotic and probiotic blend for healthy digestion
- Includes linseed – a good source of Omega 3
- Suitable for horses and ponies with intolerances to cereal grains and/or molasses
‘L’ Mix is our lowest calorie/energy feed within our feeding range making it ideal for good doers and those at rest or in light work. Being high in fibre and very low in starch and sugar, containing no cereals and added sugars such as molasses, it is suitable for those prone to laminitis.
The inclusion of fibre in the form of alfalfa and oat straw chaff ensures increased chewing time, which is beneficial for horses and ponies on a restricted diet. Quality vegetable proteins and unsaturated oils help provide essential nutrients whilst yeast provides a rich natural source of vitamins and minerals. A blend of premium grade herbs makes ‘L’ Mix highly palatable.
- Nutritional Information
- Feeding Instructions
- Feeding Recommendations
Nutritionally Improved Straw, Linseed, Oat Straw, Alfalfa, Peas, Expelled Soya Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Grass Meal, Yeast, Di-calcium Phosphate, Dried Carrot, Mint, Fenugreek, Nettle, Garlic, Red Clover Flower, Dandelion
Gut Flora Stabilisers: Ceregest GLC1 probiotic – Saccharomyces cerevisiae (NCYC Sc47) 4b1702 1.25×10^10 CFU/kg
- Crude Protein 7.00%
- Crude Oils and Fats 3.5%
- Crude Fibre 30.00%
- Crude Ash 11.00%
- Calcium 1.00%
- Sodium 0.80%
- Phosphorous 0.4%
- Starch 3.75%
- Total Sugar 1.5%
- Estimated D.E. 7.0MJ/kg
Dampen well 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 – 5.25kg depending on size, type, workload and condition). Allen & Page cannot be held responsible for any problem encountered if the feed is not prepared in accordance with our recommendations. This feed should be fed with forage and fresh water. Do not feed to sheep.
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ: To get the best results from ‘L’ Mix, please make sure that you do not feed any other products that contain barley, molasses or any other ingredients which are high in starch and sugar.
1 Stubbs scoop holds 0.9kg of dry ‘L’ Mix
|Weight||Rest-light work||Medium work||Hard work|
|200kg||0.5 - 1.0kg||1.25 - 1.5kg||-|
|300kg||0.75 - 1.5kg||2.0 - 2.25kg||-|
|400kg||0.75 - 1.75kg||2.75 - 3.0kg||-|
|500kg||1.0 - 2.0kg||3.5 - 3.75kg||-|
|600kg||1.0 - 2.5kg||4.25 - 4.5kg||-|
|700kg||1.25 - 3.0kg||5.0kg - 5.25kg||-|
We have owned Lola since weaned from her dam, rounding her up with her breeder from the forest. To say our journey has been an eventful one is an understatement! She has been a tricky baby from day 1, resulting in an accident which left us questioning if she would ever make the "happy hack" we hoped she would be.
Now 10 years old she is regularly competing in dressage, jumping and cross-country.
She has been fed L-Mix her whole working life, as she is a native she doesn't need much. It always keeps her looking healthy and feeling really well!Leanne Greatorex Lola