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New Feed From R&R Country

IN a bid to keep feeding simple, R&R Country has put together a range of feeds which take away the confusion.

The company has added new Conditioning Mix and Veteran Mix to the well established Cool Cubes, Cool Mix and Conditioning Cubes.

Designed to help the horse owner 'wade' through the 'minefield' of the many feedstuffs available - both the Conditioning Mix and the Veteran Mix are nutritionally complete, balanced diets, to keep feeding easy.

The Conditioning Mix has been introduced to aid a slower form of weight gain and condition without 'heating up' your horse. This mix differs from the Conditioning Cube already available, as it is digested in a slightly different way. As each of the ingredients are left 'loose' in the mix, they are digested individually and therefore more slowly, tending to promote muscle density and regeneration before laying down fat stores, for which the Conditioning Cube is excellent.

This mix is also an excellent feed for youngstock as the high vitamin and mineral specification and quality proteins aid bone and muscle growth at a steady rate. The softer mix can also encourage fussy eaters.

Catering for the older generation is also high on the list of priorities this season at R&R Country with the introduction of the new Veteran Mix.

This mix is full of soft, steam cooked flakes so is very palatable to the older horse and easier to chew by those ageing dentures!

The inclusion of high quality protein, yea-sacc and elevated levels of vitamins and minerals, ensures full utilisation of every mouthful, whilst the addition of herbs makes it smell heavenly and irresistible to your OAP!

The Conditioning Mix is available at £6.00 for a 20kg bag and the Veteran Mix is priced at £7.75 per 20kg bag.

For further information please contact R&R Country on (01757) 638555.


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