The essential daily supplement for your horse or pony containing Nature’s most effective plants brought together in a carefully formulated herbal mix to ensure the horse or pony in your life receives the very best that Mother Nature has to offer. Ideal for the winter months or for animals on restricted grazing. Some of our customers switch between this and our Hoof & Health to give optimum coverage throughout the year. Click here to view our Herb Power video.
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Contains: Marigold flowers, Nettle leaf, Cleaver herb, Milk Thistle seed, Meadowsweet herb, Rosehip shells, Spearmint herb, Dandelion leaf, Burdock root, Kelp
Our herbal supplements are added to the feed on a daily basis, if possible splitting the required amount between two feeds. Our liquid supplements could be given direct into the mouth (by way of a syringe) which can be useful if no feed is given during the Summer months.
Full instructions will be found on the packaging or in our VIDEO GUIDE but if you have any queries please do contact our Helpline for more information. The quantity of product added to your horse or pony's feed can be slightly increased or decreased, depending on the circumstances as, like humans, all horses & ponies are individuals. Very often a lower maintenance amount, will be sufficient for a horse or pony that is going to be kept on the herbs long-term.
Directions for use (we suggest to make allowance for type) :
Up to 12.2hh : 1 scoop daily
12.2hh to 14.2hh: 2 scoops daily
14.2hh to 15.2hh : 3 scoops daily
15.2hh to 16.2hh : 4 scoops daily
16.2hh+ : 4 to 5 scoops daily
How much do I have give?
As above with some allowance for type and full instructions will be found on the packaging. Ofthen a lower 'maintenance' amount can be sufficient for a horse or pony that is going to be kept on the herbs long-term. Remember, like humans, all horses and ponies are individuals.
If you have any queries at all please do contact our Helpline 0800 294 1250 (Freephone) or email email@example.com for more information.
Nettle (Urtica dioica)
Nettles have been used for centuries as a cheap and wholesome food as they are packed with vitamin C, iron, protein, and healthy dietary fibre. They make a great spring tonic, and can be used as a wash for rinsing horses' manes and tails. When fed to horses they encourage lovely ‘dappling' on their coats.
Young tender nettle leaves can also be used to make a cheap and very tasty soup. Don't worry, as they lose their sting when you cook them! Remember to wear gloves when collecting the nettles to protect your hands, and use only the young tender leaves. Why not try making some soup, its great fun, the nettles are free and fantastically healthy.
The following website has a simple recipe for Nettle soup and lots of other information on collecting herbs to eat.