Regulator Complete® is easy to adjust. You can subtract or add from its regular feeding amounts depending on its needs. This means that the feed is good for both high performance horses and broodmares – and it is perfect for foals, colts, youngsters and adult horses as well.

Find out your horse’s weight and consult the top of the dosing schedule bearing in mind your horse’s workload. Feed it the amount of grams on a daily basis according to the schedule.

Example 1: Icelandic horse 350 kg moderate work (½-1 hour horse-riding). Feed the horse 250g. Regulator Complete® daily.

Example 2:Danish Warmblood 600 kg, moderate work (½-1 hour horse-riding). Feed the horse 450g. Regulator Complete® daily.

To baby-føl viser hengivenhed

As a general guideline you can assume the weight of a full-grown horse doing “moderate work ‘, when feeding your foal or yearling.

Example 1: A DV colt with an assumed mature weight of 600 kg is fed 450g. daily.

Example 2: An Icelandic colt with a mature weight of 350 kg is fed 250g Regulator Complete® daily.

En smuk brun hoppe står på en mark og klør sig sel

The mare is fed according to its normal daily routine the first 8 months.

The last 3 months it is fed as a horse doing ‘moderate work’.

Et blidt er øjeblik mellem en hoppe og hendes unge føl

The first 3 months since foaling the mare is fed as a horse doing ‘intense work’ and 3 months since foal weaning as a horse doing ‘moderate work’.

En lille pige med spand foder og heste på en græsmark

You can feed the horses their weekly dose distributed on 3-5 days of the week.

How to calculate!

An Icelandic horse is fed 250 g Regulator Complete® each day, and weekly 7 x 250 g = 1750 g.

If you feed your horse 5 days a week, you need to feed it 350 g each time.

NB! It is always easy to feed with Regulator Complete!

Heste fodring på engen ved sommertid

Tips for feeding horses living in herds – to ensure that each horse has his share of nutrients!

We all know it! One or few of the horses are dominant over all the others – dominant over food, water, and shelter – yes, to have priority access to all privileges and therefore, they are aggressive to all the other horses.

This means, of course, that not all horses will have their fair share of nutrients. Here are 3 tips on how you can solve this problem in a great way:

  1. You can control the dominant horses by putting a halter with lead rope on them and hold them until the rest of the herd has finished eating.
  2. Another way to do this is to add a handful of alfalfa into the dominant horse’s portion of Regulator Complete®! It will take the leading horse some time to eat his own portion and therefore, the other horses have time to eat their food.
  3. Last, but not least, you can feed the herd with Regulator Complete® 3-5 times a week instead of once a day. You may divide the entire week’s amount of Regulator Complete® into 3-5 days. The nutritional requirement of the herd will be fully covered.

How to calculate!

An Icelandic horse is fed 250 g Regulator Complete® each day, and weekly 7 x 250 g = 1750 g.

If you feed your horse 5 days a week, you need to feed it 350 g each time.

NB! It is always easy to feed with Regulator Complete!

Sølv buckskin islandsk hingst

Icelandic horses, who do not work, have no need for grain – and then you can feed Regulator Complete® and add some good hay/wrap.

Dreng med pony i spring show

Ponies, who do not work, have no need for grain – and then you can feed Regulator Complete® and add some good hay/wrap.