There are other ‘cheaper’ balancers out on the market, what’s so special about Fibregenix?

Check your ‘cheaper’ feed balancer against Fibregenix balancers.

  • Is it 100% whole cereal free and 100% molasses free?
  • Does it contain a hoof improvement supplement?
  • Does it contain a correct balance of Omega 3 to Omega 6 from quality sources to support a healthy coat and skin? Ie more Omega 3 than 6, or is it a high Omega 6 product derived from ricebran or canola?
  • Does it contain high levels of antioxidants such as a naturally derived form of vitamin E, a protected form of Vitamin C and selenium as selenium yeast?
  • Does it contain organic chelate minerals such as glycinates?
  • Does it contain the highest strains and maximum levels of live yeast probiotic, MOS & FOS Prebiotic? Is the live yeast probiotic licensed for use in horses?
  • Does it contain Nucleotides?
  • Is there a range for different categories of horses eg, laminitic types, performance horses, veterans or everyday horses and ponies?
  • Does it have tailored levels of the functional ingredients for different categories of horses?
  • Is it super low in starch and sugar ie below 12%?
  • Is the protein from a highly digestible source or is it from a cheap source such as cottonseed meal?

If your current balancer doesn’t tick every box, then your horse is not being provided with the means to improving his long term health prospects. As I said before, not all balancers are created equal.