Chaffhaye for Horses: Review


Hi! My name is Casie Bazay. I'm a mom, a freelance writer, and a certified equine acupressure practitioner.

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3 Responses

  1. Beverly Hubbard says:

    I’ve been feeding Chaffhaye for a few years now. My herd loves it! Because of the fermentation process, it’s only @ 9% protein. I credit Chaffhaye with turning around one of the ottbs in my care. He had ulcers and just wouldn’t eat. Switching him to a balancer pellet mixed with Chaffhaye (and flaxseed and diatomaceous earth) did the trick. Calcium cancels out the sulfuric acid released during digestion, thus keeping the ulcers from flaring up. He’s put weight on, is a happy boy, and has even grown a tail! I love it for my elder mare, too, for the reasons Cassie stated. But not all horses like the taste, I’m fortunate mine do. It’s particularly useful for horses with metabolic issues such as PPID or Cushings. Talk to your vet about that.

  2. Holly says:

    My mare loves eating chaffhaye. What is the best way to balance the magnesium ratio? Is there a good natural source I can feed or would I need to feed magnesium oxide and how much? She gets coolstance coconut copra with it that is higher is phosphorus. I also give her a cup of ground flax a day. Thanks!

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