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Baileys No.3 Stud & Youngstock Cubes 20kg

Baileys No.3 Stud & Youngstock Cubes 20kg

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Stud & Youngstock Cubes are popular among breeders, especially those who have larger groups of mares or youngstock, as they are cost effective and can easily be fed on the ground. They are also useful for those horses with a limited appetite as their energy density means that a smaller volume will deliver the required energy and supporting nutrients whilst reducing the risk of overloading the horse’s digestive system. Small frequent, digestible meals are key to reducing excessive glycaemic response and avoiding starch overload. 

Barley-free, Stud & Youngstock Cubes are non-heating and a lower starch alternative to Stud and Yongstock Mix so are the preferred choice for horses with a tendency to excitability. They are highly digestible and particularly useful for promoting condition whilst continuing to support the increased nutritional demands of breeding stock and growing youngsters. The vitamin and mineral profile is similar to that of Stud & Youngstock Mix and Stud & Youngstock Cubes can also be fed in reduced quantities alongside Stud Balancer to offer flexibility in the calorie content of the diet whilst maintaining essential nutrient levels.
 
 
Feeding Recommendations
  • The following tables suggests quantities of Stud & Youngstock Cubes to be fed in pounds and kilogrammes per day, followed by the equivalent number of 'round bowl Stubbs scoops' to feed per day, when feeding ad lib good quality forage.
  • Quantities are based on the “anticipated mature bodyweight” of the youngster or actual bodyweight of the adult horse. The actual/estimated bodyweights of a youngster’s dam and/or sire are a good basis from which to estimate the “anticipated mature bodyweight” ie. the bodyweight you believe the youngster will attain as an adult.