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No-Grain Platinum

Omega Feeds has formulated the ultimate grain free feed for performance horses. The fibre based formula will provide the energy needed without the ‘fizz’. No-Grain Platinum contains a balanced blend of minerals and vitamins to ensure optimum health and vitality. It is known that grain based diets can cause tying up, laminitis, gastric ulcers,stereotypic and fizzy behaviour. As the name suggests, No-Grain Platinum does not contain grain, so the risk of developing these issues is greatly reduced.

  • High in Fibre

    • Cool energy source 

    • Maintains an efficient microbial population in the hind gut 

  • Low in Starch 

    • Reduced risk of digestive upsets and metabolic conditions

  • 12.3% Protein

    • Provides amino acids for muscle growth and development

  • Vitamins & Minerals

    • For optimum health  ​

  • Very palatable

    •   Ideal for fussy eaters

  • Ideal for horses that cannot tolerate grain based diets 

  • Non Heating

    • Does not contain grain  

  • Performance horses  

  • Endurance horses  

  • Yearlings  

  • Fussy eaters 

  • Horses prone to tying up  

  • Horses that are highly strung on grain  

  • Can be fed as a supplement to reduce the amount of gain in a ration

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Sunflower Hulls, Molasses, Sunflower Kernel, Cracked Faba (Tic) Beans, Cracked Lupins, Copra Meal, Full Fat Soybean, Salt, Limestone, Dicalcium Phosphate, Omega Feeds Vitamin and Trace Mineral Premix, Magnesium Oxide

Daily Feeding Rate grams / day

For horses used in high intensity sports like racing, eventing and polo/polocrosse, the Omega Feeds No-Grain Platinum can be fed in conjunction with oats or extruded/micronised/steam flaked corn, barley or rice to assist with improving and replenishing muscle glycogen stores.

Feeding Advice
  1. Introduce No-Grain Platinum into your horse’s diet gradually over a 10-14 day period 

  2. No-Grain Platinum should be fed in conjunction with good quality pasture, hay and/or chaff 

  3. Suggested feeding rates should be used as a guide only 

  4. Ensure horses have access to clean water 

  5. Feed by weight and not by volume 

  6. For more nutritional advice contact Omega Feeds

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