pure grass

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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£6.76+ £4.98 delivery (short dated - end of August 2021)

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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
pure grass product

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

  3. Kerry Bristow

    Just wanted to say that my daughters ponies love this grass. We always start giving them a bucket of grass . Building it up at the end of winter towards the time they grass starts to grown . Making sure there not getting to fat. Must say that one of the ponies was prone to laminitis in her younger years but she’s now doing fantastic. Sticking to her diet of Dengie products. She was 30 on 30th May must say she’s not looking her age at all . Even my 5 guniea pigs love the pure grass

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