Conditioning Mix


Robinwood Conditioning Mix and Robinwood Conditioning Cubes are designed to achieve the same objective – to improve the overall condition of horses and ponies who need to gain weight.  This makes it an ideal choice for those equines whose higher work load results in them having a greater requirement for an energy replenishing diet.  Combined with a suitable exercise regime, the higher levels of protein afforded by these two feeds will assist with building muscle and improving muscle tone.

  • High protein diet which aims to support the development of muscle
  • The inclusion of micronized flaked wheat, peas and maize maximises the availability of calories in this diet, thus assisting in promoting weight gain
  • Soya hulls are a rich source of super fibres and easily digested in the horse’s rumen
  • This diet contains a full spectrum of vitamins and minerals
  • For best results feed with a good quality high oil Alfalfa chaff
  • A fibre-based mash may be used to bulk this diet; it will add further low-starch, low sugar, super fibres
Bulk Pricing Breakdown
Quantity OrderedCost Per Bag
1 - 98.90
10 - 247.24
25 - 496.86
50 - 6.54
*Price adjustments will be reflected in the cart.
SKU: HHCM Category:
Additional Information
Weight 20 kg

soya hulls, wheatfeed, micronized flaked barley, high protein soya bean meal, grass nuts, micronized flaked peas and maize, wheat distillers, minerals and vitamins, soya oil.

Analytical Constituents: crude oil – 3.75%, crude fibre -13%, crude protein – 14%, ash – 6.61%, ??? mj/kg

Feeding Guidelines

Feeding Guidelines

Height (HH)

Weight (Kg)

Daily Feed (Kg)


200 – 275

1.0 – 1.5


300 – 375

1.5 – 2.0


400 – 475

2.0 – 2.5


500 – 575

2.5 – 3.0


575 – 650

3.0 – 3.5

Suggested feeding rates are produced as a guide only and many other factors may affect feed performance. Rations should be carefully balanced for energy and protein; they should contain sufficient forage to maintain rumen function and be enriched with an appropriate vitamin and mineral supplement. Animals must always have good access to clean water!