FIBER F MAX
Fresh, high quality roughage with easy digestion
Horse is an herbivore that can survive with only roughage. In particular, wild horses (grazing horses) eat grass for 12 hours a day. Domesticating horses are fed “Concentrated Feed” that contains a high level of energy and nutrients, instead of “Grass” with the aim to improve productive, mobile and economic effects.
Accordingly, “the remaining 50% of roughage” (50% is grain feed) is increasingly important to improve physical health. In other words, there is growing demand for fresh, quality roughage with easy digestion.
Among herbivores, the “Cow,” that has four stomachs, including a ruminant stomach (first stomach), has 72 hours of feed passing through its intestine while a “Horse,” which is a monogastric animal, has about 24 hours of feed passing through its intestine. Therefore, the roughage feed by horses, compared to cows, must be :
High Quality FeedFiber F Max