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Timothy HorseHage is produced in the same way as HorseHage Ryegrass and High Fibre but is made from Timothy grass which has a very different ‘nose’ to ryegrass and is slightly softer in texture.
Timothy grass is higher in fibre and lower in protein than many other kinds of grass, making Timothy HorseHage particularly suitable for:
HorseHage Timothy has a similar nutrient analysis to High Fibre HorseHage and is highly palatable, making it ideal for fussy feeders or simply to add variety to the diets of those already being fed HorseHage.
Being particularly low in sugar and starch and high in fibre. Timothy HorseHage and also High Fibre HorseHage are suitable for feeding to horses and ponies prone to laminitis. This is indicated by the HoofKind logo on their packaging.
HorseHage Timothy is known by many of our customers as ‘HorseHage Purple’ because of its bag colour.
HorseHage Timothy is usually deep gold in colour and contains the characteristic, cylindrical timothy seedheads. It tends to feel softer in texture than High Fibre HorseHage and has its own timothy smell, compared by some to the smell of tea.
Typical Nutritional Analysis (on a dry matter basis):
*MAD Fibre – Modified Acid Detergent Fibre (This is a measure of the digestible part of the total fibre in a feed)
Timothy grass mix