A cool, economical, pelleted feed that is intended to supplement equine diets.
- Unique 100% rice bran pelleted feed to ensure optimum digestibility and minimise digestive upsets
- High in rice bran oil and digestible fibre, making it an extremely cool feed for calm, sustained energy without any fizzy behaviour
- Low starch (15 - 20%) with a low glycemic index (GI), helps maintain more stable blood sugar and insulin levels for better performance
- Essential amino acids which help build muscle and top line Natural anti-oxidants including vitamin E, tocopherols and tocotrienols as well as gamma oryzanol to help protect cells against oxidative damage
- Omega 6 fatty acids, vital for maintaining healthy skin and producing an excellent coat
- Biotin for improved hoof integrity and strength
- Natural niacin and pantothenic acid, both essential for the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and protein
- Suggested feeding rates should be used as a guide only
- The type of feed and quantity individual horses require will depend on the quality of your pasture/hay, stage of training, intensity of exercise, body condition and metabolism of your horse.
- Feed a minimum of 1% of your horse’s body weight (BW) daily as roughage
- If feeding over 0.5kg/100kg BW per day, divide the feeds into two or more smaller feeds
- Introduce new feeds into your horse’s ration gradually over a period of 1-2 weeks
- Ensure horses always have access to clean, fresh water
Feeding Rates for Adult Horses and Ponies*
Rice bran can be fed at the rate of up to 30% of the daily ration. This is approximately 3 kg per day for a 500kg horse.
|Energy (ME Ruminants)
|Energy (DE Horses)
|Energy (DE Pigs)
|Energy (ME Poultry)
|Crude Fat (Rice Bran Oil)
|Pantothenic acid (B5)
|Linoleic acid (Omega 6)
Calcium to Phosphorus ratio
Rice bran pellets are naturally lower in calcium and higher in phosphorus. Supplementary calcium may be required to balance the calcium to phosphorus ratio.
CopRice Rice Bran pellets are not a complete feed. They are designed to be fed in conjunction with other ration ingredients as well as roughage such as hay, chaff and pasture. These feeding rates are intended as a guide only. The quantity individual horses require will depend on the quality of your pasture/hay, stage of training, intensity of exercise, body condition and metabolism of your horse.