MORE Fibre

£20.95
(14 reviews)
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An un-supplemented fibre source, to be used for either slow release energy and condition.

  • Slow release energy 
  • Low Starch/Sugar
  • Highly palatable
  • No added magnesium

Cereal free, high quality, non-soak pellet, super fibre feed; derived from a blend of micronised beet pulp, soya hulls, hemp seed, copra (coconut) meal, linseed and blackoats. It is fortified with seaweed meal, calcium chelated minerals, anti-oxidant vitamins. Oils and molasses are used as binders.

Best fed slightly moistened for just a few minutes to allow the pellet to swell.

GM FREE 

 Dosage rate for a 550KG horse, 500 grams a day.

 Ingredients:

Micronized (Sugar) Beet Pulp, Hemp Seed Meal, Soya Hulls, Hemp Seed Meal, Copra (Coconut) Meal, Linseed Meal, Black Oats, Vegetable Oils & Fats, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Cane (Sugar) Molasses, Seaweed Meal

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Reviews

  • 5
    More Fibre

    Posted by Julia Hold on 3rd Feb 2022

    Good quality product

  • 5
    More fibre

    Posted by Nancy Jones on 10th Jan 2022

    Archie licks the bowl clean ! A little goes a long way

  • 4
    More fibre

    Posted by Rocco on 4th Jan 2022

    My horse has Pssm 1 so his diet has to be super low starch and sugar, but hi fibre for energy. This product is the lowest sugar and starch I’ve seen so far and has been working very well at present. Many thanks

  • 5
    Fantastic feed

    Posted by Grace Jenkins on 1st Jan 2022

    I have moved my ex racehorse onto equifeast and she has done brilliantly on it, I’ve fed more fibre all winter and so far she hasn’t dropped any weight at all! Amazing.

  • 5
    Equifeast more fibre

    Posted by Nancy Jones on 16th Nov 2021

    Archie thoroughly enjoys Equifeast More Fibre and it’s great to mix his Easiflex into, he licks his bowl clean. He is looking super fit and toned and his behaviour since being on the Equifeast feeding system has improved beyond expectations. Loading onto the trailer is now longer a stressful trial and so we are out enjoying clinics and competitions.

  • 5
    My horse loves this feed!

    Posted by Jenny on 22nd Feb 2021

    I started my new horse, Dave, on a feed that I had used for my previous boy with no problems at all. However Dave wasn't very keen on it and after about 6 weeks became very fussy, his behaviour became increasingly nervy and he stopped out hacking and he was grumpy in the stable, I got to the point of being so frightened to ride that I nearly gave up. I treated him for ulcers which did help and also contacted Equifeast. They were great and went through his current feed regime and behaviour with me. Equifeast came back with a diet plan and full explanation as to the reasoning behind it. I started Dave on the loading dose of calmer along with his current feed and when I still struggled to get him to eat, I contacted Equifeast who were again really helpful with ideas on making it more palatable....no added sugar custard powder really helped!. After speaking to Equifeast again, I decided to start the transition from his old feed to More Fibre 4 weeks in to the loading phase and we haven't looked back since. He has now been on the Bombproofing balancer and More Fibre for 2 weeks and what can I say except that, Dave loves it! He licks his bowl clean and his behaviour is improving all the time. He still looks at things out hacking and has the odd cheeky moment but is so much happier in himself and I am not petrified to ride him.

  • 5
    Fast fibre

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Jan 2021

    Horse love these and they bulk his feed up and settle his stomach

  • 5
    More fibre

    Posted by Kerrie and Colin on 15th Sep 2020

    Colin has Morefibre along with his cool core, it's got all the vits and mins he needs and it lasts a while.

  • 4
    Would recommend

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Sep 2020

    I use morefibre along side Coolcore and my horse enjoys it! Feeding these together ensures he gets what he needs and I know it’s not interfering with the CCC.