What’s the best conditioning feed/s out there.

Odyssey

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Allen and Page Calm and Condition is very good, low starch and non heating. It added condition to a horse I shared quickly, you could see a noticeable general improvement in just over a week!
 

Ellietotz

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Would always go to Copra or Linseed for condition. It's excellent and never had any adverse effects with it.
 

HeyMich

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I've just started one of mine on Bailey's Ease & Excel. We're using no 21 at the moment, but swapping over to no 24 gradually. It's low in calories and sugar but high in protein so should help us put some muscle on the skinny beast.
 

HorsesRule2009

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I have used British Horse feeds fibrebeet with good success along side micronised linseed, helped the hunters keep condition fantastically, and in the depths of winter i added boiled barley.
Another good one is the conditioning fibre by spillers
 
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Linseed is fab and cheap if you just need a bit of a boost.

Equifeast is expensive but they are so helpful and it has completely transformed my horse. Had no negative effects only positive!
 

sunleychops

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I've just started one of mine on Bailey's Ease & Excel. We're using no 21 at the moment, but swapping over to no 24 gradually. It's low in calories and sugar but high in protein so should help us put some muscle on the skinny beast.
Ease & Excel is not low in calories, its a high calorie conditioning feed
 

dixie

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Equi Jewel is excellent.

Look at the ingredients on the Ease and Excel - I personally wouldn’t.
 
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