A High Calorie Conditioning Feed
Soothe & Gain is suitable for . . .
Horses and ponies prone to gastric ulcers
Poor doers struggling to gain and/or maintain weight
Horses requiring a higher calorie level that also need a low starch and sugar diet
Horses with intolerances to barley, molasses, alfalfa and/or soya
Key features of Soothe & Gain. . .
Suitable for horses and ponies prone to gastric ulcers
A high calorie/energy feed – DE 13.25MJ/kg (DM)
Low in starch and sugar*
Contains antacids – magnesium carbonate and calcium carbonate
Soaks in under 5 minutes
High in fibre – containing Beta-Glucans
Fully balanced – with vitamins and minerals**
Contains a probiotic and a blend of prebiotics – for healthy digestion
No whole cereal grains, no molasses, no soya and no alfalfa
Soothe & Gain is a high calorie, low starch and low sugar soaked feed, suitable for horses prone to gastric ulcers. With a high calorie/energy level it is ideal for those in harder work and those that need to put on or maintain weight and condition.
The energy that Soothe & Gain supplies is from fibre and oil, providing an excellent source of slow release, stamina-giving energy. Being whole cereal grain free and molasses free it is low in starch and low sugar, ideal for those that react negatively to high starch diets. The fibre sources in Soothe & Gain are also high in Beta-Glucans that form a gel-like consistency, which helps to moderate the transit speed of feed through the stomach and intestines, meaning the stomach remains fuller for longer.
Soothe & Gain contains antacids, magnesium carbonate and calcium carbonate, to help buffer the acid contents of the stomach, along with a probiotic and a blend of prebiotics to help support healthy digestion. Fully balanced with vitamins and minerals, and containing a careful selection of herbs: mint, nettle, dandelion and fenugreek for their well-known properties and ensuring Soothe & Gain is highly palatable.
* When compared to traditional diets with comparative energy levels ** When fed at the recommended levels