Alfa-A Molasses Free Horse Food

Alfa-A Molasses Free

A medium energy, pure alfalfa fibre feed, ideal for promoting condition and fuelling work safely.

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£11.92+ £4.98 delivery (short dated - end of December 2021)

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Key Features

Alfa-A Molasses Free is a medium energy, pure alfalfa fibre feed, ideal for promoting condition and fuelling work safely.

  • Provides 11.5MJ/kg of Digestible Energy from fibre and oil comparable to a medium energy mix or cube, but with 10x less starch
  • The addition of alfalfa pellets in Alfa-A Molasses Free provides interest and means that more slow release energy is supplied per scoop than the rest of the Alfa-A range – great for those with limited appetites
  • Mint and fenugreek are added to Alfa-A Molasses Free to enhance palatability
  • Rich in highly digestible fibre and packed with natural vitamins and minerals
  • Alfalfa is a widely recognised ingredient for promoting digestive health due to its natural buffering properties
  • Alfa-A Molasses Free is abundant in quality protein for aiding topline and muscle development
  • Free from molasses, preservatives and straw
  • The alfalfa is precision-dried to lock in natural nutrients and produce an exceptionally clean source of fibre compared to sun-dried forages.
  • Contains rapeseed oil for slow-release energy and brilliant coat shine
  • Contains no added sugar and at just 4.5% naturally occurring sugar, provides less than half the level of sugar than average hay
  • Alfa-A Molasses Free is suitable for horses and ponies prone to laminitis that need to gain weight and condition

Ingredients & Nutritional Information

Typical analysis (%) ‘as fed’

Digestible Energy 11.5MJ/kg
Protein 14
Oil 8.5
Ash (mineral) 10
Fibre 27
Naturally Occurring Sugar 4.5
Starch 2
Alfa-A Molasses Free Product

Ingredients

Chopped alfalfa, alfalfa pellets, rapeseed oil, mint and fenugreek.

The visual appearance of the actual product may vary due to environmental conditions during growth and time of harvest.

Alfa-A Molasses Free comes in a 20kg bale

Feeding Guidelines

How much to feed?

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Small Pony (eg: Shetland, Welsh A)

Size Guide (hh)

9–12.2

Approx Weight (kg)

200

Light Work (kg/day)

0.5

Medium/Hard Work (kg/day)

1.0

Medium Pony (eg: Exmoor, New Forest)

Size Guide (hh)

12.2–13.2

Approx Weight (kg)

300

Light Work (kg/day)

0.5

Medium/Hard Work (kg/day)

1.5

Large Pony (eg: Connemara, Welsh D)

Size Guide (hh)

13.2–14.2

Approx Weight (kg)

400

Light Work (kg/day)

1.0

Medium/Hard Work (kg/day)

2.0

Small Horse (eg: Arab, small TB)

Size Guide (hh)

14.2–15.2

Approx Weight (kg)

450

Light Work (kg/day)

1.0

Medium/Hard Work (kg/day)

2.0

Medium Horse (eg: TB, ID cross)

Size Guide (hh)

15.2–16.2

Approx Weight (kg)

550

Light Work (kg/day)

1.5

Medium/Hard Work (kg/day)

2.5

Large Horse (eg: Warmblood)

Size Guide (hh)

over 16.2

Approx Weight (kg)

650

Light Work (kg/day)

1.5

Medium/Hard Work (kg/day)

2.5

One large Stubbs scoop = 500g

How to get the most from Dengie Alfa-A Molasses Free

Alfa-A Molasses Free is a straight feed and although alfalfa is abundant in natural nutrients a source of broad-spectrum vitamins and minerals should be added alongside to ensure a balanced diet such as Performance Vits & Mins or Performance+ Balancer. Alfa-A Molasses Free may be fed dry or dampened with water or a soaked product such as Dengie Alfa-Beet.

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Customer Reviews

Reviews

  1. Taishi

    My horse really enjoys this feed and he’s a very fussy eater. I use it all year aruond to make up for the lack of grass as he is a poor doer/lightweight horse. It has helped maintain his condition. Definately recommend this feed.

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