Alfalfa Pellets Fibre Feed

Alfalfa Pellets

Simply 100% alfalfa and nothing else. Ideal for providing quality fibre in a concentrated form. High in fibre and suitable for horses, ponies and other animals.


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Key Features

Simply 100% alfalfa and nothing else. Alfalfa Pellets are ideal for providing quality fibre in a concentrated form. High in fibre and suitable for horses, ponies and other animals.

  • 100% alfalfa, no added sugar (5%) and naturally low in starch (3%)
  • Rich in calcium and other naturally occurring vitamins and minerals
  • Alfalfa Pellets are an excellent way of providing quality fibre in a concentrated form
  • 100% natural – free from molasses, preservatives, straw and binders
  • Alfalfa Pellets can be fed dry in a bucket or soaked into a mash, which is ideal for older animals who struggle to chew
  • Perfect to use in a snack ball to help reduce boredom and provide a more natural ‘trickle’ feeding rate

Ingredients & Nutritional Information

Typical analysis (%) ‘as fed’

Digestible Energy 10MJ/kg
Protein 16
Oil 2.5
Ash (mineral) 10
Fibre 27
Naturally Occurring Sugar 5
Starch 3
Alfalfa-Pellets Product


100% Alfalfa.

Alfalfa Pellets comes in a 20kg bag

Feeding Guidelines

How much to feed?


Small Pony (eg: Shetland, Welsh A)

Size Guide (hh)


Approx Weight (kg)


Feeding Rate

Up to 1kg

Medium Pony (eg: Exmoor, New Forest)

Size Guide (hh)

12.2 – 13.2

Approx Weight (kg)


Feeding Rate

Up to 1.5kg

Large Pony (eg: Connemara, Welsh D)

Size Guide (hh)

13.2 – 14.2

Approx Weight (kg)


Feeding Rate

Up to 2kg

Small Horse (eg: Arab, small TB)

Size Guide (hh)

14.2 – 15.2

Approx Weight (kg)


Feeding Rate

Up to 2.25kg

Medium Horse (eg: TB, ID cross)

Size Guide (hh)

15.2 – 16.2

Approx Weight (kg)


Feeding Rate

Up to 2.75kg

Large Horse (eg: Warmblood)

Size Guide (hh)

Over 16.2

Approx Weight (kg)


Feeding Rate

Up to 3.25kg

One large Stubbs scoop = approximately 1.6kg

Alfalfa Pellets can be fed dry in snack balls or as healthy treats, but as they are high in fibre they should ideally be fed soaked or with chopped fibre to individuals that bolt their feed.

How to soak Alfalfa Pellets

For those that struggle to chew, Alfalfa Pellets can be fed soaked prior to feeding.

To soak Alfalfa Pellets you can use hot or cold water. Soaking time can vary according to the density of the pellets, but as a guide we would expect a 2 hour cold soak or 15 minute hot soak time. Equally the pellets can be left through the day or night to soak. We would suggest a 1 part product to 3 parts water soaking ratio to produce a mash.

One scoop of Alfalfa Pellets = 1.6Kg

Different ways of feeding Alfalfa Pellets

To dampen the feed:

Add a small quantity ie. ½ or 1 mug of soaked Alfalfa Pellets to feed to dampen. This can be particularly useful when mixing powdered supplements into a feed.

Adding to bucket feed:

Alfalfa Pellets can be fed dry alongside a chopped fibre for added interest and to provide a concentrated source of fibre. Up to 500g per 100kg bodyweight can be fed per day ie. 2.5kg for a 500kg horse.

Using in a treat ball:

Alfalfa Pellets are a great low sugar and starch option which be fed in a treat ball to help reduce boredom and provide a more natural tickle feeding rate.

Other animals:

Alfalfa Pellets can be fed to a wide variety of other animals including cattle, sheep, goats and camelids.

Case Studies

Beth Scott International Polocrosse player

International Polocrosse player Beth Scott, has always fed a complete Dengie fibre diet to her A grade ponies. In the past Beth has had some issues with one of her mares tying up.
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Customer Reviews


  1. Sally

    Started to feed these about a month ago to my PPID 20yr old mare. She has dental problems and can’t chew hay well and had lost some condition. I’ve fed. 1 Scoop x 2 per day soaked in warm water with high fibre pony nuts and equiglo, she has started to put on a little weight and loves her mash so much! Will be continuing with this, I’m so pleased to find a product that is low in sugar and starch, my local shop doesn’t stock it, I may ask if they can do special order as I travel 30 mile round trip to get it.

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