WIN with HorseHage and Everything Horse – Advent Calendar Door 12

WIN with HorseHage and Everything Horse

WIN with HorseHage and Everything Horse – Advent Calendar Door 12

***DOOR 12*** #WIN a bag of HorseHage & Mollichaff Mollichaff Condition Complete. To enter use the embedded form below to LIKE + SHARE + COMMENT = DONE. We’ll draw the winner at midnight tonight. (11/12/2016)

Product Information

Complete Winter Condition from Mollichaff

Does your horse or pony lose condition over the colder winter months?

This can be due to several factors but the most common are a lack of good forage when grazing is poor and no increase in calories. Horses need to burn more calories during winter in order to keep warm.

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Making a decision on which feeds and supplements you need to keep your horse healthy can be a challenge so why not forget the shopping list and opt for a complete feed such as Mollichaff Condition which contains everything your horse or pony needs in one bag? This can save you time as well as money.


Mollichaff Condition is a highly digestible, high fibre, high oil and low starch mix which can be fed as a complete concentrate feed alongside good quality forage.

It contains a balanced blend of alfalfa, dried grass, oat straw, fibre pellets, barley, soya flakes, soya oil and mint as well as Yea-sacc® and a prebiotic, plus vitamins, minerals and trace elements.

Soya oil provides essential fatty acids to help improve skin condition and encourage a healthy, glossy coat. Yea-sacc® and a prebiotic help maintain a healthy digestive system, along with mint, which is particularly palatable to horses.

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Mollichaff Condition is suitable for encouraging weight gain in all horses and ponies, especially those that struggle to maintain their condition.

It can be used as the sole concentrate feed as it contains a broad spectrum vitamin and mineral supplement.

If you would like further information or feeding advice, please call the HorseHage Helpline on 01803 527257 or visit

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Author: Suzanne Ashton Founder, Everything Horse email:

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