The first feed balancer tailored to the needs of Native Ponies
Native ponies are built to withstand rugged cold weather and scarce grazing conditions; they are strong, durable and maintain their condition in times when food is limited. With domestication we have now brought these ponies out of the wild and into the show ring, taking them into an environment that is completely opposite to their natural habitat. This can lead to many nutritional problems, particularly excess condition as these ponies are often provided a surplus of feed. Feeding Native ponies can be a balancing act between ensuring they are receiving all the nutrients they require to perform to the best of their ability without encouraging weight gain. Blue Chip understands that this can be a difficult task for even the most seasoned Native pony owners and this has led to the development of our new premium feed balancer; Original Native.
Blue Chip Original Native
Feed balancer tailored to the needs of laminitic and overweight horses.
Lami-light is a diet feed balancer that has been specifically formulated for laminitic and overweight horses and ponies. It is low in calories, whole-cereal and molasses free and includes magnesium for insulin activity. Lami-light is designed to be fed to any horse and pony that is overweight or that needs to be maintained on a restricted diet. These horses and ponies are usually lacking in vitamins and minerals, which is where Lami light comes in, having optimum levels of these essential ingredients, combined with a quadruple-action digestive supplement.
Blue Chip Lami-Light
The original feed balancer
Original is a premium feed balancer, scientifically developed to help promote muscle tone, topline, condition, temperament, coat, hooves, digestion, respiration, immunity and overall health and well-being. Supplying everything your horse needs to keep them in tip top condition all year round.
Blue Chip Original
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