Thunderbrook Hay Cobs

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A completely dust free high fibre forage based feed.
Can be fed as a full or partial hay replacer.

HayCobs can also be hand fed as treats or in a treat ball.
No pre-soaking required. The use of innovative processing technology results in highly compressed dust free cobs.
Contains over 50 varieties of alpine grasses and herbs.
No preservatives, additives, binders, GM ingredients or chemical processing.


Weight: 5KG

Why feed Hay Cobs?

  • Over 50 varieties of alpine grasses and herbs
  • Ideal for horses with a sensitive digestive system
  • Suitable for horses prone to laminitis
  • Low sugar and starch


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When feeding HayCobs dry, feed them separately, not as part of a mash or sprinkled on top of a feed. Your horse must be able to chew them thoroughly. If your horse is prone to choke, do not feed dry. Instead, soak thoroughly to make a mash before feeding. For veterans or horses with poor dental condition HayCobs can be pre-soaked with warm water to make a tasty mash. As a mash, it can be used as a carrier for Thunderbrook Base Mix, Daily Essentials or other supplements. If soaking the HayCobs, we recommend that you soak them for at least 3 hours, or preferably overnight, to make sure there are no hard centres left in the mash. Partial hay replacer Pony up to 300kg 500g to 1.5kg Horse up to 500kg 1.5kg to 3.5kg Horse up to 700kg 2.5kg to 3.5kg Total hay replacer Pony up to 300kg 1.5kg to 3kg Horse up to 500kg 2.5kg to 5kg Horse up to 700kg 3.5kg to 7kg Amounts given are dry weight per day. *One level Stubbs scoop is 1.5kg
Composition Dried alpine grasses and herbage. Analysis Haycobs are a natural product. Over 50 varieties of Bavarian alpine grasses and herbs are cut from in excess of 1000 acres and there will be variations in the analyses due to number of cuts per year, time of cut, weather, location of field, etc. The Analyses shown are therefore ranges across various batches. Crude Protein 8.4%, Crude Oil 1.9%, Crude Fibre 20.6%, DE 11.13 MJ/kg, Sugar 7.6%, Starch <2%
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