Redwings Horse Sanctuary is sharing all the excitement about the launch of SPILLERS®’ new senior feeds. Redwings head vet Nicola Jarvis and her equine co-star Smokey have helped make a celebrating the fact that SPILLERS® has produced the first independently veterinary approved senior feed range on the market.
SPILLERS® Senior Complete Care Mix and SPILLERS® Senior Super-Mash are the new flagships for the versatile SPILLERS® portfolio of senior feeds which also include SPILLERS® Senior Conditioning Mix and SPILLERS® Supple + Senior Balancer. They have all been veterinary approved to give horse owners extra peace of mind. SPILLERS® has also introduced a new ‘Senior Friendly’ logo to help horse owners easily identify other senior suitable products within the SPILLERS® portfolio.
In the new video Nicola Jarvis explains why horses need extra care when they age and why the right nutrition is so important. Redwings has 500+ horses over the age of 15 and has been choosing SPILLERS® feeds for them for more than 15 years. Nicky says: “With the right nutrition age really is just a number.”
New SPILLERS® Senior Complete Care Mix helps to keep precious seniors young at heart by supporting joints and digestion. It includes glucosamine and MSM for joints and pro and pre biotics to help support gut health, together with an irresistibly appetising blend of real herbs to encourage fussy feeders to tuck in.
New SPILLERS® Senior Super-Mash is the ultimate senior mash for condition and gut health, ideal for those with dental issues and it soaks super-fast in less than two minutes. High in fibre and molasses free it also contains gut support from live yeast, MOS and FOS.
SPILLERS® has been researching the nutritional needs of the senior horse for almost 20 years. To celebrate their long-standing relationship with Redwings SPILLERS® is donating 30p for every bag of promotional stock sold, to Redwings.
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