Mollichaff Calmer Complete
Mollichaff Calmer Complete is a highly palatable, complete fibre feed suitable for horses and ponies prone to nervousness or excitability.
Mollichaff Calmer Complete contains a balanced blend of fibre pellets, oat straw, dried grass, herbs, soya oil, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. The herbs are a carefully formulated combination of chamomile, lemon balm and mint.
Mollichaff Calmer Complete supplies elevated levels of magnesium as well as vitamins B1 and B12 which are widely thought to help decrease anxiety by exerting a calming influence on horses, along with vitamin E. It is low in sugar and starch, providing limited controlled energy from high quality, digestible fibre and oil-based ingredients, making it an excellent feed for horses and ponies that are easily excited.
It can be used as the sole concentrate feed as it contains a broad spectrum vitamin and mineral supplement.
Mollichaff Calmer Complete carries the HoofKind logo to show that it is safe to feed to horses and ponies prone to laminitis.
Mollichaff Calmer Complete is available in 15kg bags.Find a stockist
- Nutritional Information
- Feeding Information
Typical Nutritional Analysis:
- Protein 6%
- Oil 5.7%
- Ash 10%
- Fibre 25%
- Calcium 0.83%
- Sodium 0.31%
- Magnesium 0.33%
- Energy 9.8 MJ/kg
- Starch 4.2%
Oat straw, Grass pellets, Oatfeed pellets, Cane molasses, Dried grass, Soya oil, Vitamin & mineral pre-mix, Spearmint, Salt (sodium chloride), Dicalcium phosphate, Chamomile flowers (0.2%), Lemon Balm
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.
|Quantity (kg) of Calmer Complete
|11 - 12.2||200||1|
|12.2 - 13.2||300||1.5|
|13.2 - 14.2||400||2|
|14.2 - 15.2||450||2.25|
|15.2 - 16.2||500||2.5|
|16.2 - 17.2||600||3|
The average weight of a level Stubbs scoop (volume 2.5 litres, bowl diameter 23cm, depth 10cm) of Mollichaff Calmer Complete is 0.45kg.
Always feed at least 1.5% of bodyweight in total food per day (including forage), even to overweight horses and ponies.
Always weigh feedstuffs, particularly when feeding overweight, excitable horses and ponies, or those prone to laminitis.
Feed dry or damp according to preference.
As with all new feedstuffs, introduce gradually and increase quantities as required.
Clean, fresh water should be available at all times.