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Pure Grass

A naturally nutritious 100% chopped grass feed with absolutely nothing else added. A truly versatile, high fibre feed suitable for horses, ponies and other animals.

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£13.25+ £4.98 delivery

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Key Features

Pure Grass is a naturally nutritious 100% chopped grass feed with absolutely nothing else added. A truly versatile, high fibre feed suitable for horses, ponies and other animals.

  • Made from pure British grown grasses including Fescue, Rye and Meadow Grass
  • Pure Grass is soft, easy to chew and naturally sweet – highly palatable, for tempting fussy eaters
  • 100% natural – free from artificial flavours, preservatives, alfalfa, molasses, coatings and straw
  • Flexible feeding – Pure Grass can be used as a forage replacer or as part of the bucket feed
  • Suitable for horses, sheep, cattle, goats and alpacas

Ingredients & Nutritional Information

Typical analysis (%) ‘as fed’

Digestible Energy 10
Protein 18
Oil 3
Fibre 20
Naturally Occurring Sugar 12
Starch 2
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Ingredients

100% British Grass

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

Pure Grass comes in a 15kg bale

Feeding Guidelines

How To Get The Most Out Of Feeding Pure Grass

As Pure Grass is a straight feed it can be fed in any amount depending on the animal’s requirements. A handful of this chopped grass horse feed can be used to mix with vitamin and mineral supplements or it can be fed ad-lib as a hay or forage replacer. If you are using Pure Grass as a complete hay replacer, horses require 2-2.5% of their bodyweight per day on a dry matter basis.

One large Stubbs scoop = approximately 300g

Customer Reviews

Reviews

  1. Ju Hew

    Be aware it contains Rye Grass, if you want/ need to control your equines sugar consumption.

  2. Lauren

    Great product. Adds perfect bulk to feed, keeps my horse looking great and maintains his weight. Seriously cannot fault

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