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Mollichaff HoofKind Complete

A complete fibre-based concentrate feed designed for the nutritional support of horses and ponies prone to laminitis.

Energy MJ/kg - 9

Protein % - 5.5-6.5

Fibre % - 28

Oil % - 7.5

Starch % - 2.7

Sugar % - 6-8

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Straw, Alfalfa, Fibre Pellets, Molasses, Soya Oil, Broad Spectrum Vitamin and Mineral Supplement, Limestone

Mollichaff HoofKind Complete is a highly palatable combination containing a balanced blend of oat straw, alfalfa, fibre pellets, soya oil, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, antioxidants and biotin. It is low in starch and sugar, high in fibre and does not contain any cereals.

It provides a low level but high-quality protein and restricted calories, and delivers limited, controlled energy from superb digestible fibre and oil-based ingredients. This makes it an excellent feed for ‘fizzy’ horses and good doers, as well as those prone to laminitis.

Mollichaff HoofKind Complete contains a broad-spectrum vitamin and mineral supplement and, when fed at the recommended levels to horses at rest or in light work, it needs no further supplementation other than good quality forage such as High Fibre or Timothy HorseHage.

Independent scientific studies have found that supplementing an average horse’s diet with 15mg of biotin per day can greatly increase both the growth rate and the hardness of the hoof. Mollichaff Hoofkind Complete has been specifically formulated to contain additional levels of biotin to ensure that these levels are met.

The HoofKind Diet

Forget your shopping list of nuts, alfalfa, chaff, oil, minerals and vitamins, and specialist hoof supplements – All you need is a simple diet of Mollichaff HoofKind Complete. This complete feed in a bag contains all these ingredients, plus important natural antioxidants. When fed with High Fibre HorseHage or Timothy HorseHage, it supplies all the nutrient and fibre requirements of horses and ponies in moderate to light work (hacking or schooling 4 – 5 times a week), resting or those prone to laminitis. For an average 500kg horse, feeding the required 2.5kg per day will provide the required 15mg of biotin.

Mollichaff HoofKind Complete also contains added magnesium. Magnesium is often deficient in UK soils and is an important factor in the nutritional support of many metabolic processes in the horse.

Additional natural plant-based antioxidants are also included in Mollichaff HoofKind Complete. Antioxidants help mop up free radicals and these particular antioxidants have been specially selected for the nutritional maintenance of a healthy immune system, respiratory system, circulatory system and the all-important hooves and laminae.

FEEDING GUIDE

The following table is intended as a guide only; good quality forage should also be offered to complete the diet. Remember that every horse is an individual and should be treated accordingly.

  • Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.
  • Always weigh feedstuffs, particularly when feeding horses and ponies that are overweight or prone to laminitis.
  • Feed dry or damp according to preference
  • As with all new feedstuffs, introduce gradually and increase quantities as required.
Approx Height
(Hands)
Approx Body
weight (kg)
Quantity (kg)
of HoofKind per day
11 – 12.22001
12.2 – 13.23001.5
13.2 – 14.24002
14.2 – 15.24502.25
15.2 – 16.25002.5
16.2 – 17.26003

The average weight of a level Stubbs scoop (volume 2.6 litres, bowl diameter 23cm, depth 10cm) of Mollichaff Hoofkind Complete is 0.45kg.

Other products that may be suitable for those prone to laminitis:
· Mollichaff Calmer Complete
· Mollichaff Donkey
· Mollichaff Alfalfa Oil
· High Fibre HorseHage
· Timothy HorseHage

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