Liffey Mills and Pegus Horse Feeds
The Pegus Horse Feed range caters for the foal preweaning, right through to the mature performance horse.
Each feed is designed for a particular purpose i.e. growth in the period immediately post weaning, growth during the yearling winter, flat racing as 2 year olds etc.
The aim of Pegus Horse Feeds is to ensure optimum muscle and bone growth from foal to mature horse and thereafter, to ensure that performance will be maximised through the provision of perfectly balanced diets at all times.
Ingredient selection is vitally important as a means to achieve Pegus’ aim.Only top quality palatable and digestible raw materials are used including oats, barley, alfalfa, high protein soya beans and vegetable oils.Each ingredient is tested in our onsite labs and only after satisfying the strict quality criteria required, are they passed for use in The Pegus Horse Feed Range.
Nutrient specification of the diets is equally important.All diets are formulated to nutrient levels based on current equine nutritional research, and contain organic materials in Bioplex form to improve bioavailability.
Liffey Mills Equine Sales
Ellen Massey Mobile: 086 0607166 Branch: 059 8631814(Athy) Status: Equine Sales Rep/ Technical Advisor E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org/
Ellen joined Liffey Mills after completing a bachelors of agricultural science degree at University College Dublin. She developed a keen interest in animal nutrition and breeding while growing up on a suckler and sheep farm in addition to working on dairy and pig farms.
Ellen previously worked as a counter sales advisor for Liffey Mills. She now acts as a Technical Sales Representative for our Pegus Horse Feed range and wholesale market throughout the country. She is always available to speak to any potential or existing clients on what best suits their individual requirements.
Pegus Horse Feed has been refined over many years to meet the specific needs of all horse types. Each feed is designed to meet the requirements of a particular type of horse, in terms of nutrients, trace elements and vitamins.