Horse Care 10 Mix

A low starch, high fibre, oat-free muesli with added RED MILLS Nutrition Care package.

  • icon Low Starch
  • icon Oat-Free
  • icon High Oil
  • icon High Fibre
  • icon Low Protein
Ideal For
  • Providing a low starch, oat free specialist feed
  • Performance horses and horses in training
  • Horses that are easily stressed or temperamental
  • Horses requiring additional body condition
  • Horses working in challenging climates
  • Supporting gastrointestinal function
  • Supporting muscle function
Specially formulated to support
  • Energy levels in a low starch, oat-free format
  • Controlled energy release for sustained performance
  • Muscle function and post-exercise recovery
  • Gastric and hindgut function
  • Fibre digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Condition and topline
  • Bone strength and integrity
  • Balanced temperament
  • Immune function
  • Hoof condition and quality
RED MILLS Formulation Features
  • RED MILLS Care package
  • Low starch, oat-free formulation
  • Steam cooked
  • High in easily digestible fibres and oil
  • Source of quality protein and essential amino acids
  • Contains electrolytes

Feeding Guides

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Choose your horse’s workload and then either select your feeding rate using the per 100 kg bodyweight column, or, if you do not know your horse’s exact bodyweight, use the closest column to your horse in by horse weight column.

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by Horse Weight

Horse Activity 400 kg 500 kg 600 kg Per 100 kg Bodyweight
Light Work 0.8 - 2.4 kg 1.0 - 3.0 kg 1.2 - 3.6 kg 0.2 - 0.6 kg /100 kg BW/Day
Moderate Work 1.6 - 3.2 kg 2.0 - 4.0 kg 2.4 - 4.8 kg 0.4 - 0.8 kg /100 kg BW/Day
Hard Work 3.2 - 4.8 kg 4.0 - 6.0 kg 4.8 - 7.2 kg 0.8 - 1.2 kg /100 kg BW/Day
Intense Work 4.8 - 6.4 kg 6.0 - 8.0 kg 7.2 - 9.6 kg 1.2 - 1.6 kg /100 kg BW/Day

Ingredients

Barley Flakes (steam cooked), (Sugar) Beet Pulp, Alfalfa Meal, (Sugar) Cane Molasses, Soya (Bean) Hulls, Chopped Alfalfa, Soya Bean Extruded, Wheatbran, Maize Flakes (steam cooked), Soya Oil, Pea Flakes, Mono-dicalcium Phosphate, Maerl 0.75%, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Magnesium Oxide, Mannan-/Fructo-oligosaccharides 0.1%

Analytical Constituents

  • Crude Protein
    10.0%
  • Crude Fibre
    13.0%
  • Crude Oils & Fats
    7.2%
  • Crude Ash
    9.0%
  • Calcium
    1.40%
  • Phosphorus
    0.70%
  • Sodium
    0.31%
  • Chloride
    0.72%
  • Potassium
    1.10%
  • Magnesium
    0.30%
  • Digestible Energy
    12.1 MJ/kg
  • Starch
    17.0%

Vitamins

  • Vitamin A
    15000 iu
  • Vitamin D3
    2500 iu
  • Vitamin E
    375 iu
  • Vitamin C
    50 mg
  • Vitamin K3
    4.4 mg
  • Biotin
    3.75 mg

Trace Elements

  • Iron
    150 mg
  • Iodine
    1.5 mg
  • Copper
    48.75 mg*
  • Manganese
    81.25 mg*
  • Zinc
    150 mg*
  • Selenium
    0.5 mg*
  • *A proportion of this value is provided by a chelated source.
  • Zootechnical Additives
  • Digestibility Enhancers
    4b1702 Saccharomyces Cerevisiae NCYC Sc 47 5x10^9 cfu/kg
user

It’s all about performance. Since we’ve moved to Horse Care, we’ve got a very consistent level of performance. Everything is in the feed; it’s a worldwide name and their reputation is very good. If we’ve any problems we can ring them up, their aftercare is very good and somebody will come down.


user

I have always used RED MILLS. I find in an operation this big, I have to delegate the management of certain areas and feeding we delegate to RED MILLS. Year in, year out, the quality of the product is far superior to anything else. Using the RED MILLS Care Range, you can see the benefit in the horses’ skin, you can see the benefit in the amount of training you can give a horse and you can see the benefit in the results. It’s just quality through and through


user

I really trust RED MILLS. I know the feed we are giving the horses has been tested. We feed Horse Care 10 which we really like. It complements what our horses do really well for competition. It’s great for their gut and their stomach. They love it.


user

Nutrition is a key factor to my horse’s performance, with Connolly’s RED MILLS feeds I know they are in peak condition.


user

We use the Horse Care Range for all of our horses, from the youngsters to those competing at 5*. It’s simple to understand. In this simplicity, it’s easy to make clear adjustments when necessary as the horses mature and their work levels change so to maintain their condition and energy. All the products are low starch and contain the Care package which supports their digestive health, which is really important to us.


user

A lot of my horses are on Horse Care 10. It’s low starch, high fibre, kind on their stomach; it’s a great complete feed for my horses and it suits them. To know that my horses are getting the best in their feed is a weight off my shoulders.


user

I love Horse Care 10 and every one of my horses is on it. They all look and feel fantastic as it keeps their gastric health in top condition and their coats shiny. We use Comfort Mash for when we are travelling to keep the horses hydrated. We also find the Horse Care mix to be fantastic for the fussy eaters.


user

Nutrition is essential for horses to withstand the pressures of eventing at the highest level. I feed Horse Care which all my horses, from young ones to those competing at advanced, do really well on. I can ring RED MILLS for expert advice, they’re there to discuss any queries I have alongside Foran Equine they ensure all my horse’s nutritional needs are met.


user

Cooley Farm has been feeding RED MILLS feed since the inception of the business. Our many international clients often comment on how well our horses look. We attribute this directly to good bedding,
haylage and our RED MILLS feed. Their Horse Care Range in particular is second to none and is also highly palatable. The products work fast which is so important at Cooley Farm where stock turnover is
high. We would not use anything else.


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