Horses eat roughage all day long. However, because modern roughage is not as varied as their natural menu, they lack vitamins and minerals. Metazoa FitRight Timothy supplements that lack of minerals and vitamins. Without unnecessary additives and ballast substances. Exactly what is needed for a healthy and happy horse.
Tasty 4mm pellets - also suitable for foals
Free from grain, soya, molasses and GMO
Contains only 4.8% sugar
Contains all essential vitamins and minerals
Only 50g of FitRight per 100kg of body weight
Timothy is a type of grass that horses naturally enjoy. Therefore, Metazoa FitRight Timothy consists largely of the grass species Timothy supplemented with a blend of essential vitamins and minerals. It also contains calcium carbonate, flaxseed and salt. The only sugar content of FitRight Timothy is the 4.8% that occurs naturally in timothy grass. And it is free of unnecessary substances like molasses, corn and soy.
You can find the full composition of this product at the bottom of the page.
The right nutrition has an important effect on the well-being of animals. If your horse is in nutritional balance, it gets everything it needs. This promotes a vital self-healing mechanism and thus reduces physical and mental problems in the horse.
You feed FitRight in addition to unlimited roughage. The vitamins, minerals and proteins ensure that the horse gets everything it needs. It is suitable for all types of horses, from recreational horses to top sport horses. Your horse only needs a small quantity of FitRight: 50 grams daily per 100 kilograms of body weight. To make your horse chew better, you can feed it together with the whole plant, for example with Metazoa NaturalFit Lucerne or Esparcette. Longer chewing contributes to healthier teeth and better digestion. Top sporthorses that need extra protein can also be supplemented with Metazoa MuscleFit HP23. Would you like your horse to make a healthy transition to Metazoa? Please use our reset protocol.
We take all possible measures to prevent this product from being contaminated with potentially suspect substances (doping). For example, by using safe raw materials and by observing good hygiene rules during the production process.