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No.15 Senior Mix

KEY FEATURESHighly digestible, conditioning,
elevated nutrient levels
WORKLOADRest, light, moderate
KEY INGREDIENTSMicronised cereals, soya oil, Digest Plus prebiotic

Now in a new look bag!

As a horse gets older his digestive system becomes less efficient so he may no longer obtain the full nutritional benefit from the feed he gets.  If you notice that your older horse is not looking quite as good as he used to on his current diet, it could be time to step up to a specially formulated feed, like Senior Mix.  This provides readily digestible, non-heating calories so should promote a little more condition than a high fibre, low energy feed and, with its excellent levels of quality protein, should also help promote improved muscle tone, which can start to fade as the years progress.  

 ® is included to help stimulate fibre digesting bacteria whilst Digest Plus prebiotic feeds beneficial bacteria to help promote gut efficiency.  For overall health and well-being, Senior Mix contains a full profile of vitamins and minerals, including chelated (Bioplex) minerals which are more easily absorbed and utilised by the horse’s body plus soya oil for a healthy coat.  Garlic adds its familiar aroma and flavour to this mix and helps tempt the fussy feeder or those receiving medicines or additives in their feed. 

New No.15 Bag
Scoop 1
One level Stubbs round bowl scoop holds around 1.4kg / 3lb of No.15


Micronised Barley, Micronised Wheat, Oatfeed (by-product of the oat milling industry), Alfalfa Meall, Distillers’ Grains, Nutritionally Improved Straw, Molasses, Micronised Maize, Extracted Sunflower Meal, Micronised Peas, Soya Bean Meal, Calcium Carbonate, Soya Oil, Dicalcium Phosphate, Vitamins and Minerals, Sodium Chloride, Calcined Magnesite, Garlic supplement 0.3%, ScFOS (Digest Plus prebiotic) 2.5g/kg,Yea-Sacc ® yeast culture




  • If your older horse is thriving on his current diet, there's probably no need to change yet.
  • Feed all older horses as individuals - the good doer may be better suited to Lo-Cal balancer and the poor-doer to Top Line Conditioning Mix or Cubes.
  • Maintaining fibre intake is particularly important as a horse's teeth fail.  Economy Cubes can be softened with water and fed to replace some of the forage ration.
  • Some older horses and ponies my develop other ailments such as laminitis, Cushing's Disease, liver or kidney problems and are likely to require special diets.  If you have any queries regarding feeding your older horse, please contact us using the 'Contact Form' or phone one of our Nutrition Team on 01371 850 247 (Option 2).
Baileys Horse Feeds, Four Elms Mills, Bardfield Saling, Braintree, Essex CM7 5EJ, UK
Tel: +44 (0) 1371 850247 | Fax: +44 (0) 1371 851269 | Email: info@baileyshorsefeeds.co.uk