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PERRYS FAT-N-UP uses carefully selected ingredients to create a horse feed to provide essential vitamins and minerals that play a role in assisting your horse to improve its condition.
FAT-N-UP vitamin and mineral levels are formulated to meet the requirements of horses from maintenance levels up to a moderate work load. FAT-N-UP avoids the use of starch based meal products, choosing instead to use quality conditioning ingredients like Rice Pollard, Cold Pressed Canola Oil, Soybean Meal and Steam Rolled Lupins.
WHY A MUESLI FEED?
The horse is a herbivore without the benefits of the ruminant digestive system (i.e. cows/sheep) which helps to facilitate digestion of high fibre diets. To counter this, the horse evolved masticating (chewing) feed for up 18 hours a day. This level of mastication would be impossible without constantly erupting teeth, which can continue emerging from the gums until the horse is up to 25 years old. Without this regular chewing, the teeth can create overgrowths, which can result in several developmental and nutritional issues.
A major advantage of feeding unprocessed muesli feeds is the mastication required to digest the feed assists with wearing of the teeth, helping to promote the maintenance of healthy teeth.
VITAMIN AND MINERALS
The vitamin and mineral levels in PERRYS FAT-N-UP have been carefully selected to ensure that horses receive the appropriate levels for its size and work load. Ensure high quality pasture or hay is used when fed to your horse, as these are an important source of vitamins and minerals in the horse’s diet, including vitamins A and D.
OIL FOR CONDITION AND ENERGY
Whilst Oil content in feed plays an important part in improving condition and coat on your horse, it is also a good source of energy. Please take this into consideration when introducing FAT-N-UP to a horse’s diet. PERRYS FAT-N-UP contains essential Omega 3and Omega 6 oils. Our Canola Oil is extracted by cold compression to reduce oxidisation, which can occur during the processing of recycled oils.