Thrive & Shine - for weight gain
Condition & Shine in a tub ! (or bag !)
A combination of Fenugreek seed and steamed Linseed : this tasty, non-heating, mix is just what you need to help your horse maintain maximum condition whatever the season. Rich in oil, omega, protein, vitamins, anti-oxidants and plant sterols. We recommend this supplement to help tempt shy feeders, produce fantastic coat shine, help older horses retain condition, particularly in the winter months, and support 'poor doers'" when grazing is limited. Click here to see our Thrive and Shine video.
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Contains: Steamed Linseed meal, Fenugreek seeds.
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 but if you have any queries please do contact our Helpline for more information.
The amount of herbs you need to give is generally dependent on the height of your horse, with some allowance for type and the amount fed can sometimes be slightly increased or decreased as all horses & ponies are individuals and 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.
Full instructions will be found on the packaging but if you have any queries at all please do contact our Helpline Freephone 0800 294 1250 or email us for more information.
Directions for use:
(50ml scoop included)
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
Fenugreek Trigonella foenum-graecum)
The latin name for fenugreek ‘foenum graecum' translates as ‘greek hay', this is because in the past the plant was used to add ‘nose' to inferior or poor quality hay. It is rich in oil, protein, and calcium, along with Vitamins A,B, and C, and has been used traditionally as a feed additive for both horses and cattle to tempt shy feeders and put condition on ‘poor doers'.