EquiNectar Feeding Guide Introducing EquiNectar to your horse EquiNectar is very palatable and horses love the taste once they’ve got used to it. We recommend a gradual introduction of EquiNectar. The following guide might be useful: Add EquiNectar to feed, twice per day. (If you only feed once per day, contact us and we can […]
Numerous types of grass contain fructans, a type of carbohydrate. Fructan levels in grass are highest when the days are sunny and the nights are cool. As part of managing their horses, horse owners should be aware of the fructan content of their pasture. We’ll take a quick look at why below. A horse’s capacity
Learn how your horse digests its feed. Take a look at the problem of undigested starch and its potential impact on your horse.
Learn how EquiNectar is made and take a look at our manufacturing process.
INGREDIENTS Enzyme rich malt extractMedium chain triglycerides (from coconut oil)Potassium sorbate NATURALLY OCCURRING ENZYMES WITHIN EQUINECTAR CARBOHYDRASES(convert starches to sugar)α-Amylase converts starch and amylopectin to sugarsβ-amylase converts starch to sugars eg maltose DEBRANCHING ENZYMES(act further to produce simple sugars eg: glucose)α-glucosidasetransglucosylaseiso-sucrasemaltase FRUCTANASES(convert fructans (storage form of sugar) in grass into glucose and fructose) PROTEASESConvert proteins
Thanks to customer feedback we will now be offering a 10L size package. This will provide a large horse with a month’s supply of EquiNectar (actually 33.3 days). This package size complements our current range which includes 5L and 20.8L sizes. New release – 10 Litre EquiNectar is available to order now. Order from us