An easy to chew, highly digestible fibre feed suitable for all horses and ponies, particularly those with poor teeth.
Hi-Fi Senior is a blend of soft grass and nutrient rich alfalfa with a light molasses and oil coating
Highly digestible fibre for optimal digestive health
Hi-Fi Senior can be used as a hay replacer for performance horses, those with respiratory problems or horses who can no longer chew the longer length of hay or haylage
The short chop and soft grass make it easier to chew. Soaked Alfa-Beet can be added for extra calories and weight gain
If using as a hay replacer, simply replace the weight of hay with the same weight of Hi-Fi Senior or feed ad-lib
With an energy level comparable to very good quality hay, Hi-Fi Senior can improve the feed value of the ration, helping poor do-ers to gain weight
How To Get The Most Out Of Feeding With Dengie Hi-Fi Senior
Hi-Fi Senior is ideal as a partial or complete hay replacer for horses that find chewing hay difficult. With an energy level comparable to very good quality hay, Hi-Fi Senior can improve the feed value of the ration, helping elderly animals to gain weight. Feed Hi-Fi Senior in large tub trugs when using as a hay replacer.
The alfalfa and grasses in Hi-Fi Senior are dried at a very high temperature which reduces mould. Efficient extraction processes ensure Hi-Fi Senior has a low dust content making it ideal for promoting respiratory health.
How much to feed?
Horse or Pony
Size Guide (hh)
Approx Weight (kg)
Resting or light Work Bucket feed (kg/day)
Resting or light Work Partial/complete hay replacement (kg/day)
Small Pony (eg: Shetland, Welsh A)
0.5 - 1.0
up to 5
Medium Pony (eg: Exmoor, New Forest)
12.2 – 13.2
0.5 – 1.5
up to 7.5
Large Pony (eg: Connemara, Welsh D)
13.2 – 14.2
1.0 – 2.0
up to 10
Small Horse (eg: Arab, small TB)
14.2 – 15.2
1.0 – 2.0
up to 11
Medium Horse (eg: TB, ID cross)
15.2 – 16.2
1.5 – 2.5
up to 14
Large Horse (eg: Warmblood)
1.5 – 2.5
up to 16
One large Stubbs scoop = 300g
How Hard Are You Working Your Horse?
The amount and kind of work your horse or pony is doing is an important factor when calculating the quantity and type of feed to give.
Horses on box rest, or turned away.
Maximum of 1 hour per day hacking, mostly at walk with some trotting and cantering, or 30 minutes of schooling, mostly at the trot with some canter.
Schooling, dressage, show-jumping, novice or intermediate 1 day eventing or hunting 1 day per week.
Advanced one day events. 3 day events, hunting 2 days per week, polo and all forms of racing.