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Description: C3 Cool Feed is formulated as a safe cool feed for fizzy horses, aged horses, pleasure riding & horses prone to laminitis. C3 Cool Feed has low starch & low sugar levels & is based on digestible fibre sources

Ingredients: Chickpea, Mung Beans, Canola Meal, Legume Hulls, Soy Meal, Canola Oil, Cereal Grains (milmix), Limestone, DCP, Mag Oxide, Yea-Sacc, BNTN, Salt, Teese High Spec Vitamins & Minerals (nutritional Analysis table at bottom of page)


Fat Content (8.9%)
Low starch level of 5.4% will help prevent lameness problems associated with laminitis.
C3 Cool Feed is considered a cool ration
Low Sugar Level of 0.5%
The addition of supplementary Magnesium and (Yea-Sacc) live yeast helps to keep the horses calm. Live yeast is high in B group Vitamins above what is delivered in the premix and it stimulates appetite.
High Protein supplement (16.6%), which is suitable for young growing horses without making them hot
Suitable feed for lactating mares with a high nutrient demand, or pony club horses to them calm
The safe, low starch ration will lower the potential chance of a horse getting ulcers
C3 is fortified with the Teese Trading High Spec Vitamin & Mineral Premix. Which is associated with maintaining good health and fertility.

Recommended feeding Levels

2 to 4kg per head/day with an average of 3kg/day – (“General average only” for 400-600kg horse) Please refer to the reverse of our feed bag or the table below for a guide on feeding levels. The information provided on this table is for use as a guide only.

The levels of feed will always depend on the condition and work load of the horse, stage of pregnancy, lactating feeding a foal, horse size, condition and class of the horse you are feeding.

Current paddock condition, quality & season change of pasture should also be taken into consideration and the individual dietary requirements of the horse. All feed should be fed to suit your individual horse requirements and if in doubt seek advice from the manufacturer or your vet.