Fat Pony is a supportive nutritional supplement containing prebioitics, antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, collagen and biotin for overweight and laminitis prone horses.
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A supportive nutritional supplement for overweight and laminitis prone horses.
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(Applies to orders up to 24 kg).
Sample, 900g, 2.8kg, 4.8kg
Directions for Use
Horses: 2 scoop/day
Ponies: 1 scoop/day
Best results are obtained when used as part of a calorie controlled, low starch, low sugar diet with correct mineral balance. Can be fed in conjunction with multi-vitamin and mineral supplements such as Equine Vit&Min. Always ensure horses have access to fresh, clean water and a source of free choice salt.
Prebiotic yeasts and fibres, omega-3 sources from algae and fish oil, vitamin C, natural sourced vitamin E, biotin, flavour, antioxidant.
Available in 900 g, 2.8 kg and 4.8 kg foil sachets and 20 kg paper bags.
“I’ve always struggled to keep weight off one of my miniatures despite strip grazing, strict diets, micromanaging the work/grazing/feed regime. I introduced Farmalogic Fat Pony to the diet and within a month I started to notice a drop in his crest, weight and the fat deposits along his neck and back. I was able to reduce the work load and allow a longer grazing time per day whilst maintaining a happy health horse. It has changed the way I manage overweight horses and is now a staple in my feed shed.” – Martine VIC
“Although Mickey Mouse had no history of laminitis and was not overweight, he developed laminitis despite careful grazing management. Just 3 days after starting Fat Pony / Laminitis Fighter he was much improved. After a week, it was as though he had never had it. We tried taking Mickey off the Laminitis Fighter and he became so toxic that the vet had to come and give him pain relief. Considering how bad he was, I can’t believe he was almost 100% after a week of rest and back on Laminitis Fighter. Mickey is now on Laminitis Fighter full time as we can’t risk him ever having another episode like that.” – Erika NZ
“Thanks to Fat Pony, I spend way less time worrying about controlling her weight and now just focus on managing her access to grass during spring and autumn.” – Maree NZ