Because we love your horse as much as you do!At Dengie we are devoted to creating the best and healthiest horse feeds because we love your horse as much as you do! Fibre is vital for the healthy function of your horse or pony's digestive system and satisfies their need to chew - it's what they're meant to eat! With our full range of products, from the Alfa-A and Hi-Fi ranges through to our balancers and supplements, Dengie can help you formulate the right diet for your horse or pony whatever their age or work load.
Dengie’s range of Alfa-A fibre feeds is based on chopped alfalfa fibre and has been developed to meet the nutritional requirements of working horses and ponies or for promoting improved condition or weight gain.
Alfalfa provides the quality protein essential for improving top line, muscle condition and repair. Naturally low in sugar and starch, independent research has shown that alfalfa can aid digestive health by acting as a natural buffer. Research shows that feeding alfalfa also improves hoof quality, due to its abundant levels of calcium and other naturally occurring vitamins and minerals which are easier for the horse to absorb and utilise.
The Dengie Hi-Fi range of high-fibre feeds all contain alfalfa and have been formulated by our qualified nutritional experts to meet the requirements of leisure horses and ponies.
Alfalfa is mixed with other fibres, such as high-quality soft straw or grass, to provide a lower energy feed making it perfect for those that require fewer calories. Naturally low in sugar and starch, alfalfa is proven to aid digestive health, improve hoof quality and give a lovely bloom to the coat.
At Dengie, we select the finest grasses and ingredients grown by British Farmers for our grass chaff and pelleted feeds.
By using 100% natural ingredients, that are free from artificial preservatives, flavours and additives we offer a range of feeds for horses and ponies that are high in fibre and packed full of naturally occurring vitamins and minerals, which are essential for the general health and well-being of your horse or pony.
Dengie’s team of qualified nutritionists have formulated and developed a range of nutritionally balanced fibre feeds – one simple product will ensure that your horse benefits from a natural, balanced diet, including all the essential vitamins and minerals without the need to add a mix, cube or supplement when the recommended quantities are fed.
Alongside our popular chopped fibre feeds, Dengie offer a range of pelleted fibres as an alternative or complementary feed.
Pellets can be beneficial for a number of reasons, from providing an added interest for fussy feeders to soaking the pellets for older horses and ponies that struggle to chew the chopped fibres.
All of our pelleted fibres are free from artificial flavours, preservatives, molasses, straw, binders and fillers. They can also be fed to goats, sheep and alpacas.
A balanced diet is required to keep horses and ponies in good condition and to allow them to perform the work you ask of them.
Dengie’s Balancers have been formulated to complement all of the
Dengie fibre feeds and are free from molasses and so are very low in sugar and starch. The inclusion of linseed means that Dengie’s Balancers are rich in omega 3 fatty acids, which, combined with a high specification of vitamins and minerals, create exceptional coat shine and condition.
Dengie’s range of vitamin and mineral supplements provide the essential nutrients required to support different levels of work. The Dengie Vits & Mins range provide a concentrated, cost effective way to provide a balanced diet and can be fed alongside both the Alfa-A or Hi-Fi fibre feeds.
The range of Dengie Licks offer an easy to use, economic alternative to conventional supplementary feeds. They allow free access to essential vitamins and minerals making them ideal for horses and ponies who need little or no feed to maintain their weight.
Alongside our fibre feeds, Dengie also offer a range of bedding for both equines and chickens.
Our chopped, straw bedding products are manufactured using up-to-date extraction techniques to help keep dust to a minimum.