Why Baileys Ease & Excel is useful for those prone to Laminitis
Controlling starch and sugar intake is important for those prone to laminitis, including those with PPID (Cushing’s Disease). This can make it hard when needing to feed sufficient calories to promote weight gain in those prone to laminitis.
Controlling starch and sugar
Ease & Excel supplies high levels of “non-starch” calories, from fibre and oil, so is ideal for promoting weight gain in those who need to avoid cereals.
The medication given for PPID can often affect a horse’s appetite. Ease & Excel’s reduced feeding rates and excellent palatability help ensure that a balanced diet, supplying conditioning calories, can be delivered in small feeding volumes and manageable meals.
For more information about feeding horses with PPID, click here, or for advice on feeding good-doers who are prone to laminitis, visit Feeding Answers on our main web site.