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  • For gastric and joint comfort

    • Gentle on the stomach
    • Provides joint comfort for non-competing horses
    • Helps to maintain normal temperatures
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Nutrition Information

Meadowsweet is soothing on the stomach, helping to maintain normal acid production, and to firm-up loose droppings. Meadowsweet can also provide comfort for the joints and muscles, helping to keep older or non-competing horses active, and helps to keep the body temperature in a safe and healthy range.

Not suitable for feeding to competing horses.

Feeding Guide
Weight of Horse/Pony Approx. Height Amount per day
Up to 400kg/880lb Under 14hh 1 scoop
Over 400kg/800lb Over 14hh 2 scoops
1 level (50ml) scoop of Meadowsweet weighs approximately 16g/0.6oz

Do not give to horses and ponies competing under competition rules. 

Feed supplements should be fed according to body weight; height has been given as a guide. Introduce to the horse's diet gradually, splitting between feeds (when applicable).

Meadowsweet is a complementary feeding stuff for equine animals.
Meadowsweet powder (Spiraea ulmar)
Crude protein 10.9%, Crude oils & fats 1.4%, Crude fibre 25.4%, Crude ash 6.0%
5.0 / 5
Independent Feedback based on 2 verified reviews.

Miss Annabel Davies 6 months ago.
To be honest it's one of those supplements that you never know if it's actually doing anything! But it seems it does help at least it helps my boy,I hadn't fed it for maybe a week as I had nearly run out but after a few days his droppings were definitely getting more loser and more often especially being ridden back on it now and already an improvement
Miss Annabel Davies 11 months ago.
My boy loves a poo 😂 but at certain times of the year it can be some what greener and loser and always seemed to be washing his bottom now he's on this it does seem to be alot better but the grass isn't really growing so time will see if it continues to help