Ad­vice from Spillers

Sup­ple­ment­ing a grass diet

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ALI­CIA KEEPS HER High­land Pony, Rob­bie, very fit over the sum­mer. As Ali­cia is on Rid­ing Club dres­sage and show jump­ing teams, Rob­bie gets plenty of ex­er­cise to help keep him trim. He’s on hill graz­ing, which also helps to keep his waist­line in check. Ali­cia re­ports that Rob­bie is pretty well mus­cled and has plenty of en­ergy but she’s wor­ried that the grass isn’t

giv­ing him all the nu­tri­ents that he needs in his diet. A bal­ancer should suit Rob­bie’s cir­cum­stances very well. It’ll sup­ply those im­por­tant ex­tra vi­ta­mins and min­er­als that Rob­bie needs on a daily ba­sis but, as it’s fed by the cup rather than the scoop, Ali­cia won’t have to worry about him putting on weight and los­ing his ath­letic prow­ess in the arena!

New SPILLERS® Daily Bal­ancer is a re­fresh­ingly sim­ple op­tion for Ali­cia to use, con­tain­ing the vi­ta­mins, min­er­als and amino acids needed to bal­ance the diet every day. Daily Bal­ancer is spe­cially de­signed to bal­ance the nu­tri­ents typ­i­cally low in hay, hay­lage or pas­ture. Plus, this bal­ancer has no added iron, which is of­ten over-sup­plied in for­age-based di­ets.

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