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Baileys Horse Feeds

Golden Moments

Look out for the new Baileys Golden Chaff sacks. Produced to compliment their complete Range of Horse Feeds, Golden Chaff has been reformulated and repackaged as part of Baileys ongoing policy to review and improve products.

Golden Chaff is a lightly molassed oat straw chaff which now contains a special blend of molasses to give a sugar content of approximately 10%. This is lower compared to standard types of molassed chaff and is suitable for most types of horses and ponies that have chaff included into their feed. The new blend also ensures a more even coating making the chaff easier to handle as well as being less sticky.

Baileys Golden Chaff has been repackaged in a white sack that carries storage instructions to ensure the last scoopful is as good as the first. As with all feeds, Golden Chaff should be stored in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. This is less crucial at this time of year as sunshine and warm weather is less frequent. However, during hot summer months, it is particularly important to remember to store Golden Chaff, or any other molassed product, in a cool place as heat and sunlight can affect the structure of the feed and result in a deterioration of the quality of the product. The bags should be stored off the ground, ideally on pallets, and should not be stored upside down, even when unopened as this may draw moisture into the bag through the stitch-line.

Available from the end of November Golden Chaff is in 12.5kg bags for around £3.90

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