The Keyflow Pink Mash is the wonder food for horses prone to problems in the hindgut area. This feed is free from molasses and cereal and low in starch and sugar and can be fed to horses and ponies suffering from laminitis as well as older horses and ponies, bare foots, racehorses, performance horses, stallions, broodmares, youngstock and horses at risk of gastric and digestive upset.
It is reinforced with goodies such as linseed which is high in Omega 3 fatty acids to improve skin and coat condition and also beetroot which increases blood flow to generate increased energy within the muscles and to give this mash its pink tinge. Protexin has also been added to encourage good flora for a healthy gut and prebiotics to promote friendly bacteria in the hindgut.
The Mash contains no added vitamins or minerals and is safe to add to your horse’s normal daily diet without the risk of imbalance. It can be fed to partially replace hay or haylage. It is vital that this mash is soaked in cold water for about ten minutes which will help hydrate your horse especially in circumstances such as after exercise or travel.
This amazing, highly digestible food does what it says on the package; it is beneficial and superbly palatable for horses with hindgut problems. Don’t be without Keyflow Pink Mash in your larder of equine goodies.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Contains 35% fibre
Fussy feeders enjoy it
Extremely low in sugar (0.5%)
Soaks in 10 minutes
Feed with any diet as there are no added vitamins and minerals
Superb for horses and ponies that suffer with laminitis
Soya Hulls (super fibre), dried beetroot, micronized linseed, prebiotics and Protexin probiotics
Saccharomyces cerevisiae 1 x 10(10)cfu/kg
Add three parts cold water to One part Pink Mash and wait ten minutes. It should resemble a thick porridge when ready.
This Mash is not a complete food and should be fed with a balanced diet. It should be introduced gradually over a minimum of 7 days. Total roughage offered should be between 1-2% of bodyweight daily.
Fresh, clean water should be available at all times.