Medalist's new specialty pellets for horses come in two options Alfalfa pellets and Sprout pellets. Sprout pellets consist of barley sprouts, alfalfa, oat hay, and Timothy Grass. Barley sprouts are a fresh, vertically farmed feed that is processed into cubes within a day of harvest.
The sprout pellets have vet-recommended optimal protein with 50% more energy than alfalfa hay. Because the barley sprout the energy sources are slow-release and easily digestible, this feed lowers the risk of colic and founder. It is a better feed for your horses.
We take your horse's nutrition very seriously and want to earn your trust! Just so that you are aware, it takes 5-12 business days from the day you place your order to the time it gets delivered. That's because we take the time to mix the best ingredients, make fresh pellets daily, and schedule the most efficient delivery schedule to keep shipping low or free depending on your area.
Dimensions 3' L x 3' W x 4' H
“I own an OTTB who requires just a little more than the average horse for nutrition. He is my current endurance horse. He has battled with on again off again tying up, mental struggle, and muscle loss. So many owners are quick to say their horse has a bad attitude, is unwilling and stubborn. However, nutrition plays the biggest role in their overall mental and physical health. Sometimes the smallest nutritional change can make the biggest difference. Three weeks ago I purchased my first bag of Medalist Cubes to try in place of commercial grains. WOW!!!! What a difference!!! His Topline is filling in nicely, no issues of tying up and he mentally is willing and ready to work. I can’t say enough great things about this product. The best part is there is ZERO waste! I’m a forever customer. Thank you Medalist feeds!!!!!” - Tanya C. West Point, Utah
Feeding this is so much easier and cleaner than feeding hay. And my horses love it and look great!
My 24-year-old mare was struggling with a major metabolic imbalance early last year into the Spring. We were trying various meds, feeds, and supplements. In June she had a bout with colic and that got me into doing more research on her feed which led me to Medalist Feed via Facebook, Upon calling the customer service number for Medalist I was given the information that it is low in starch and sugar and due to its slow release it is easier for my horse to digest and keeps her feeling more satisfied so she is not as food aggressive as she used to be. I have shared this information with my local vet who had not seen my horse since last Spring. Now that my horse is back in St George The vet came out yesterday to give her a vaccination and he was very pleased with the body weight and condition of my mare.