Do-It-Yourself-Smart-Feed™ with balanced calcium & phosphorus & essential salts
A progressive feed developed to provide a foundation for creating any special diet.
JUST ADD YOUR OWN MINERAL MIX
Premixed feeds often provide micro-minerals iron, copper, zinc and selenium at levels which may not be suitable for a horse or ponies diet.
CALCIUM & PHOSPHORUS
Home made formulas often provide a poor balance of calcium and phosphorus. This may create imbalances in your horses nutrient uptake. The additional calcium and phosphorus in 'DIY' will assist horses and ponies with restricted access to good pasture and is important for maintenance of bones, joints and overall health. In some cases it may be necessary to increase the calcium and/or phosphorus to meet increased demand such as late pregnancy, lactation or grazing high Kikuyu pastures.
*If unsure your home built ration is meeting requirements seek professional advice or contact us.
ACTIVATE WITH WATER before feeding
How to prepare - Submerge fully in clean water for 10 minutes and up to a few hours, increase water volume if preferred.
If by error this product is fed dry there is no cause for panic.
Soaking of any feeds should be monitored to ensure they do not ferment.
When bore water is used or when conditions are humid please use the soak time limit provided.
SMART-FEEDS™ may assist respiratory function if introduced as part of the daily diet. Lowering the consequences of dry cough and irritation caused by dust.
If there are concerns about your horses health or performance it may then be necessary to send away a blood sample for analysis.
SMART-FEEDS™ may assist horses and ponies with common feed related gastro-intestinal-tract and hind-gut irritation. Horse owners have confirmed their horses and ponies are more content when a SMART-FEED is included as part of the daily diet.
DIY™ (when soaked) may be safely enjoyed by all sizes, ages and breeds including those at risk of colic, ulcers, airway infection, laminitis, cushings, increased metabolic heat load.
For healthy rehydration when pasture is low or zero in the diet.
A good start to a weight control program.
- Provide additional salt or electrolytes as required