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Nutritional Analysis
Nutrients As fed basis
Crude Protein (min) 14%
Digestible Energy (min) 11.5 MJ/kg
Crude Fibre (max) 15.0%
Added Salt (max) 1.0%
Calcium (min) 1.0%
Phosphorus (min) 0.5%

Performance Horse Pellets Performance Horse Pellets are a highly palatable, nutritionally balanced ration designed to be fed to horses in heavy work or competition, in conjunction with good quality roughage.




Nutritionally balanced ration

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Meets the protein, energy and mineral requirements of working horses when combined with good quality roughage.

Highly digestible energy sources

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Provides energy without heating effects

Quality assured vitamin/trace mineral premix

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Provides the essential vitamins and minerals to meet nutritional needs and maintain health. 

Molasses added

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Increases palatability for maximum feed acceptance.

Pelleted feed

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Easy to feed, reduces dust and prevents wastage

No ingredient separation

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Even nutrient blend received by each horse

Raw material receival standards

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High quality and safety of ingredients


Lupins, barley, oats, soybean meal, wheat, triticale, cereal byproducts, lucerne, cereal straw, salt, molasses, limesand, dicalcium phosphate, vitamin/trace mineral premix.

Feeding Directions

Performance Horse Pellets are a grain-based pellet and should be fed in conjunction with good quality roughage in the form of hay, chaff or pasture. Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.

Feeding recommendations Exercise Pellets/100kg BWT Moderate work 0.8 kg Heavy work 1.0 kg Strenuous work 1.3 kg

The above table is a guide only and the amount fed should be adjusted according to the horse’s age, temperament, condition, bodyweight and exercise. The amount fed should be divided into at least two feeds daily.

Performance Horse Pellets should be introduced slowly into the diet over a period of at least one week.