Young Horse Balancers

Supplement your young and growing horse or pony with a horse feed balancer which starts with grass and hay. Supplement young horses to promote the healthy, safe growth of bones, ligaments and tendons. Improve muscle development and build optimum growth for a healthy and robust adult horse.

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Forageplus Young Horse Balancers, for feeding horses up to the age of six years, are formulated using statistical analysis of the many forage samples we carry out.

We believe the best place to start, when feeding horses, is with the forage they eat so all our balancers are designed to compliment a ‘forage focused’™ feeding system.

We reference the NRC (2007) levels for young horses in maintenance and work at the same time as ensuring that ratios are matched to the common deficiencies in forage. Our approach is always ‘forage focused’™ as we believe that is the way to provide optimum nutrition for a young and growing horse.

Are you looking specifically for a foal horse balancer, a filly horse balancer or even a colt horse balancer? Look no further, our young horse balancer range will provide your young horse or pony with everything they need to start their own unique journey in the world.

All our balancers are designed to be added to a bucket feed of the owners choice. This bucket feed will contain energy and protein-dense food. Then by adding Forageplus horse feed balancers you can be sure that your horse always has the minerals and vitamins needed to support healthy growth to support a healthy and active adult life whether you need to feed a large or small concentrate feed.

Each young horse feed balancer in our range contain no fillers, no sugar or starch and only the highest purity minerals and vitamins.

 

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Feeding a Horse Feed Balancer

Want to know the best way to feed our horse feed balancers? Check out our handy video, along with the best tips here.

You can download our latest eBook on Feeding the Young Horse for free: