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Top Shine

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Regular price £29.99
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Fed at maintenance rate for a 400kg horse = £0.60 per day
*Based on the 20kg price

Why Feed Top Shine?

With a 50% oil content, Top Shine proves to be an invaluable feed for horses across all age groups, from youngsters to veterans, particularly beneficial when aiming for optimal condition and enhancing coat lustre.

Boasting exceptionally high levels of oils and fatty acids, complemented by essential nutrients such as antioxidants, Vitamin E and C, Selenium, and Zinc, Top Shine ensures outstanding overall health, facilitating weight gain and enhancing the topline.

Being free from cereals and molasses, Top Shine serves as an excellent option for horses needing a diet low in starch and sugar, offering a safe calorie source in a concentrated form, suitable for those with a restricted appetite. This attribute makes it an ideal choice for horses prone to nervousness and excitability, requiring a non-heating diet, as well as for those susceptible to conditions like laminitis and Cushing's syndrome. Moreover, Top Shine can be safely administered to horses prone to gastric ulcers.

Additionally, Top Shine provides a valuable source of slow-release energy, enhancing stamina significantly, delivering twice the energy content compared to carbohydrates found in conventional cereals.

What Goes In It?

Composition - Vegetable Oils, Wheatfeed, Palm Kernel, Cereal Fibres, Garlic Powder, Vitamins, Minerals, Choline, Zinc Bioplex, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Antioxidants

Nutritional Info

Analytical Constituents:

Digestible Energy 24.00 MJ/Kg, Crude Oil 50%, Crude Protein 4.50%, Crude Fibre 13.50%, Selenium 2.00 mg/Kg, Vitamin E 1,000 iu/Kg, Starch 2.00%, Sugar 0.50%.

How To Feed Top Shine

Introduce slowly over a 10-day period building up to about 0.5g per 1kg bodyweight daily until the required condition is achieved. When the required level of condition is achieved, gradually reduce the quantities fed to a level that will maintain condition and bloom.

When very high levels of dietary oils are required up to three times these levels can be fed.