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Ulser Lite

A low calorie fibre feed with added herbs, yeast and prebiotics to promote digestive health


£18.49+ delivery from £4.98

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Key Features

  • A soft, tasty blend of British grown, chopped, precision-dried grass and high-quality oat straw for maximum fibre content whilst being low in calories
  • Alfalfa pellets are included to provide a bio-available source of calcium
  • Naturally low in sugar 6.5% and starch 2%
  • A unique blend of herbs including oregano, cinnamon, ginger, rosemary and thyme are added to enhance palatability
  • ADM Protexin In-Feed Formula provides prebiotics and yeast for gastric health. FOS prebiotics have been shown to stimulate lactic-acid utilizing bacteria in the horse’s stomach.
  • A very light dressing of British-grown rapeseed oil is added to promote coat shine
  • Approved by BETA for horses and ponies prone to Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome
  • Free from molasses, artificial flavours, preservatives and binders. Non-GM

Why feed Dengie Ulser Lite?

Our team of nutritionists have developed Ulser Lite to help find the balance between supplying sufficient fibre for good doers to maintain gastric health without promoting excessive weight gain. Recent studies have shown that using straw as part of the ration does not increase the risk of gastric ulcers (Jansson et al, 2021) and provides a valuable source of low calorie fibre. The inclusion of grass alongside the straw aids palatability and ensures the feed is soft and palatable.

Ingredients & Nutritional Information

Typical analysis (%) ‘as fed’

Digestible Energy 8MJ/kg
Protein 10
Oil 3.5
Fibre 30
Naturally Occurring Sugar 6.5
Starch 2
Ulser Lite Product


Oat straw, precision dried grass, grass pellets, alfalfa pellets, rapeseed oil, ADM Protexin In-Feed Formula, herbs (oregano, cinnamon, ginger, rosemary and thyme)

The visual appearance of the actual product may vary due to environmental conditions during growth and time of harvest.

Ulser Lite comes in a 20kg bale

Feeding Guidelines

How To Get The Most Out Of Feeding Ulser Lite

Dengie Ulser Lite is a straight feed and so can be fed in the bucket at any level up to 500g per 100kg bodyweight.

If using as a hay replacer – feed the same weight of Dengie Ulser Lite as the forage you are replacing. Feeding 1.5kgs per 100kgs bodyweight will provide 1.5% of the horse’s bodyweight as forage per day on an as fed basis.

One Stubbs scoop holds approximately 400g

Case Studies

Provides energy without promoting weight gain

Despite her active routine, Pearl is a very good doer so needs a low-calorie ration to help keep her looking trim. Ulser Lite provides Pearl with plenty of slow-release energy and stamina for her workload without promoting weight gain.
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Perfect for a fussy good doer with a history of ulcers

Despite being a good doer, Spirit can also be quite fussy too. His owner Liz has tried various ulcer friendly feeds in the past but as they are typically higher calorie it resulted in unwanted weight gain, that was until they trialled Ulser Lite.
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A challenge to manage weight and ulcers

Amber was kept on an ulcer friendly diet after being scoped clear, but being a good doer she started to gain too much weight. This was a particular concern as Amber has arthritis in her hocks and a previous stifle injury, plus the increased risk of laminitis.
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Concerned about ulcers and maintaining a healthy weight

Otto is a 6-year-old Irish Sports Horse owned and ridden by Amy Roberts. With Otto being a good doer, Amy was keen to reduce his weight to avoid putting excess strain on his joints, however at the same time she was concerned about the risk of gastric ulcers.
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Lost the excess weight and performing better than ever

Freddie has lost the excess weight he was carrying and is looking and performing the best he ever has!
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