Horse Pasture Enquiries

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Carefully managed pasture turnout and forage intake in horses and ponies are a constant focus of any horse owner. This focus largely revolves around minimising the risk of  your horses developing laminitis due to the accumulation of certain carbohydrates including fructans, starches, and sugars (Non-Structural Carbohydrates, NSC) in pasture forage. To combat pasture-induced laminitis,  the solution is clear: Native Australian grasses that are low sugar, high structural carbohydrate grasses.

If you are looking for advice on how to start your pasture management plan for horse, send us a message via the link below with some details about your property.

Carefully managed pasture turnout and forage intake in horses and ponies are a constant focus of any horse owner. This focus largely revolves around minimising the risk of  your horses developing laminitis due to the accumulation of certain carbohydrates including fructans, starches, and sugars (Non-Structural Carbohydrates, NSC) in pasture forage. To combat pasture-induced laminitis,  the solution is clear: Native Australian grasses that are low sugar, high structural carbohydrate grasses.

If you are looking for advice on how to start your pasture management plan for horse, send us a message via the link below with some details about your property.