Crude Protein (%)30
Crude Fat (%)3.1
Lupins are a good energy and protein source. Lupins are very palatable and can be fed as part of a balanced diet to all animals
Because of their low starch and high fibre content, lupins are digested in the hindgut of the horse through fermentation. These make lupins particularly suitable for horses that have a low tolerance for starch-rich grains such as oats or corn
We believe the best way to receive the vital nutrients and energy needed is through a natural product. Minimal processing ensures our ingredients keep their natural goodness
We source the best natural ingredients from farmers in Western Australia
Can be fed to most animals in conjunction with a balanced diet. If feeding to sheep and cattle a buffer may be required.
Store in dry cool and clean place. When stored under correct conditions best before 12 months from packing date.
Do not feed lupins whole to horses, soak or use processed – no more than 2kg per day due to alkalosis.