Horsemaster is a grass mixture with a soft structure, a high nutritional value and free from ryegrass! In addition to benefiting horses’ digestion, Horsemaster also contributes to the slow release of energy.
The main difference between timothy and horsemaster is that it contains a higher concentration of protein, making the product more suitable for horses with a higher need. The horsemaster also has a slightly higher sugar content than the timothy, but this is still at a proper level of approximately 10. Horsemaster is suitable for competition horses, horses in training, horses with weight problems, breeding horses, foals, and older horses.
Some older horses might have dental problems or lack muscle strength in their jaws. This means that they do not eat as much roughage as they did when they were younger. In that case, it could be beneficial to supplement your horse’s roughage with horsemaster.
The horsemaster has a fine structure, making it easy to mix with the concentrate.
Horsemaster is grown in the Netherlands, in the province of Zeeland, and is carefully processed and dried to maintain the natural nutrient and mineral content.
In addition to benefiting horses’ digestion, Horsemaster also contributes to the slow release of energy.