Brand Ambassdors Amy Osborne and Isobel Cook put Honeychop Calm and Shine to the test …

Amy Osbourne

I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity by Millbry Hill to trial Honeychop Calm and Shine. We have now been feeding this for a few weeks and the results have been amazing.

Honeychop Calm & Shine is a blend of high fibre oat straw, dried grass, marigold, nettle, mint, camomile and oil and our horse and ponies love it.

Their coats look amazing, the shine ingredients are really working. The feed also smells lovely which is a bonus.

Walter can be a little on edge at times especially out hacking when he is on his own, I have found him to be better in the last few weeks.

I would like to say a massive thank you to Honeychop and Millbry Hill for asking me to review this product, the horses will be kept on this feed going forward as the results have been great. I would recommend giving this feed a try.

Isobel Cook

My name is Isobel Cook and I am one of the Millbry Hill Brand Ambassadors and i was delighted to be asked to trial HoneyChop Calm and Shine this summer.

We mainly have ponies under 14hh and they all have had a busy summer out pony clubbing and competing. It is important that they perform and look well.

As most people with small ponies will know , it is a juggling act trying to keep the weight off yet maintain energy levels.

HoneyChop Calm and Shine smells delicious when opening the bag. It looks fresh and isn’t sticky and stodgy looking like some other chaff products.

It is very palatable and the ponies love it. We have an active elderly section A who has Cushings and as a result we have to be very careful regarding laminitis but still want to maintain condition.

She has looked great all summer and usually a fussy eater has happily munched her way through her HoneyChop.

Our ponies are on limited grazing and have been maintained on Calm and Shine all summer. They are looking well ,remaining quiet and easy and are performing well.

My main 12hh competition pony who can easily get fat has limited turnout and also does a lot of travelling. She has really benefited from being fed a consistent fibre source and kept trim and shiny .

We are delighted with the results from HoneyChop and will continue to feed it through the Winter months.

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