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Feedmark Fibre Block

Low calorie forage blocks suitable for all horses and ponies

67 reviews. 4.8 / 5
Moira - 26/04/2023 19:13
My guinea pigs like them as well as my horse. Long life on the fibre blocks. Good value for money.
Michele - 12/03/2023 19:14
Great packaging really good value quality product
Trusted Feefo Customer - 26/09/2022 21:41
Good to feed them soaked to ensure water intake
Jody - 12/09/2022 08:15
My horse enjoys these and they take a while for him to eat them
Trusted Feefo Customer - 22/08/2022 20:50
Horses loved them.  A great treat
Victoria - 20/02/2022 22:53
Good forage for our horse who must not eat hay and therefore needs a slow release forage over night
Michele - 10/02/2022 08:49
My old pony cannot eat hay he loves the fibre blocks and can munh away while the others are eating hay
Trusted Feefo Customer - 08/02/2022 13:30
Treats and blocks are always good for horses
Trusted Feefo Customer - 19/12/2021 19:57
Excellent item - use as boredom breaker on box rest
Susan - 13/12/2021 05:47
Horses love these. Well recommended

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Nutrition Information

Feedmark’s Fibre Blocks are made from 50% Alfalfa grass and 50% dust-extracted Oat straw. One block supplies 1kg of forage, an ideal way of giving your horse an interesting treat whilst still providing fibre. The blocks can be fed dry in a haynet, feed manger or from the floor; alternatively, they can be soaked for those with compromised dentition or to encourage water intake. These tasty, low-calorie blocks are an ideal alternative fibre source to long forages. Fibre Blocks are the perfect boredom breaker for horses on box rest. Being small and compact, makes these blocks a neat and tidy way of transporting forage, ideal for long competitions or when staying away.


Alfalfa (50%), Straw (dust-extracted) (50%)


Crude protein  6.1%
Crude oils & fats 1.3%
Crude fibre  29.0%
Crude ash 5.1%
Sodium 0.1%
Starch 2.1%
Sugar  4.3%
DE (MJ/kg DM) 8.7

Feeding Guide

Feed dry in a haynet, feed manger or from the floor.
Feed wet after soaking in 5 litres of water for up to 1 hour.

Storage: Store in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight