Anderton Park Arabians-Tasmania
Hi everyone at Maxisoy…
Just writing to say what a fantastic product you have, I have tried most of the rest but this is truly the best…
After having a Arabian stallion that for 18 years not getting a round topline on him he finally has one….not to mention his coat and hooves are improving he now looks fantastic for a horse of 20 years…
I originally purchased your product for a TB mare that had been ill and lost a lot of weight after half a bag of maxisoy I could clearly see the improvement..
Now I feed all our horses young and old at our stud “maxisoy”….
This is a affordable quick and easy product that works fast… I am recommending it to everyone.. Highly recommend……..thank you
Yours Paul & Lynda Anderton
Anderton Park Arabians
Carlton River Tasmania 7173
Sue Cavill - Elmhurst (Vic)
I Have been using Maxisoy for a few months now and am quite impressed. My endurance horse is doing really well on it.
...Must say that Gizmos' (my 17yo endurance arab) heart rate on the first leg has never been lower (36) on the maxi soy and even the 2nd leg (45) I barely strapped him, took him in early and he's not clipped - so congrats on producing a feed that doesn't cost an arm & leg, doesn't fizz them up, gives a good shine to the coat and improves the topline without the gymnastics!
Sue Sharpe, Mooloolah Valley, Qld.
I just wanted to let you know how impressed I am with the Maxisoy pellets. Our 22yo appy gelding is just thriving on it soaked and added to his premix and chaff. My other 3 appies look like they could all go in the show ring at a moments notice. I have found this to be the most economical feed on the market, 2 cups soaked in 10 cups of water feeds my 4 adequately, so a 25kg bag is going to last me a while which is fantastic in these economic times. My farrier has even commented on how much better the condition of their hooves are and wanted to know what I was feeding them, so no doubt he'll spread the good word too :-)
...A friend of mine has a 16.3hh ex racehorse that was in hospital for 2 weeks and he lost heaps of weight, home for 2 weeks and on Maxisoy he looked better than before he went into hospital.
Any feed that works like that on a TB and doesn't send them silly has my vote !!
Fiona Pepper - Merrieworth Stud: Tasmania
Just a note to let you know how happy I am with Maxisoy.
I put our show horses on it a couple of months ago,both quite hot and fizzy from all of the grain ect to keep them fat
The results in their behavior was fantastic but the biggest bonus was their coats....absolutely amazing.
At our annual SHC Horse of the Year our Galloway, Maximus of Merrieworth went Large Galloway of the year and our mare,Savonce ,Runner Up New Season Hack.
Also our 26 yo stallion, Chippenham Architect , is looking amazing since having been on Maxisoy.
Great product and I am recommending it to everyone.
Have attached a photo of Maximus of Merrieworth
Deb Harrip- Tanglefoot Stud Toogoolawah QLD
“Primarily I bought the feed for my pony Shimmeree, who suffers debilitating allergic disorders. I have tried several other feeds recommended for ponies - Speedibeet, copra, soaked grassy hay, etc ... he even has allergic reactions to grass in more than minute quantities. I have found Soya Hulls to be the only feed he has not had bad reactions to...have attached a pic of Shimmeree, who is successfully competing in dressage again, after being told by a vet (after many tests) he would never be rideable because of his ill health). I also have a dozen other horses and feed the pellets to them all - they look great, don't get hot and silly, and the hulls are gluten free and nutritionally balanced - three very big factors in their favour.”
Jenny Moncur (Vic)-Mulungdung Endurance Arabians
“I am extremely pleased with the quality and palatability of the pellets. They form a significant component of my endurance horses diet, and I am sure they have contributed to my very successful competition season so far”.
Update Update 13-04-10…
I continue to be delighted with this feed. One of my horses recently completed a 160 km ride on a feed program based on Maxisoy pellets. She had no grain at all, and completed the ride in 14 hrs and 33 mins with excellent vet scores and still feeling fit and keen. This was this horses first ride out of Novice, so an excellent result. Attached is a picture of Bellawongarah Sage ridden by my granddaughter Nadine Harte after 145 km at Greenhills Easter ride at Toongabbie. They are going out on the last loop of 15 km, still keen and full of energy.
Jenny Alder (QLD)
“I have been using the Soy Hull Pellets for a couple of years now. They are a cost effective way of feeding a number of horses and I am confident feeding them to my podgy ponies without the risk of foundering them. They are especially beneficial to my old horses (a 20 and a 26year old) who get quite a lot of the product and as a result are fat, shiny and 'hoon' around the paddock 'cause they feel so well. I have fed them to many different horses, and none take long to get used to the new taste. I found that even though it is not heating it does give them a lot of energy... will be in touch in the not too distant future for my next pallet of the soy as I have nearly run out”.
Donna Renaud (QLD) -Barefoot Trimmer and Endurance rider
“I have been feeding " Maxisoy Pellets " for over 12 months now, to my 6 Arabians who are used for trail and endurance riding and as I am also a barefoot trimmer / fanatic, I am absolutely thrilled with my horses condition, both body score and hoof health !!
The low starch/sugar and fat, but high fermentable fibre pellets are perfect for horses prone to tying up as well as keeping hooves fungus free and with an energy value close to oats they are more than suitable for all performance horses.
Soaked in water, it is a great medium to add any supplements and extra energy source your performance horse may require.
After 29 years of sourcing different commercial horse feeds, I can't believe how simple and economical this feed has proved to be.
My horses love it and so do I !”
Carol Layton (NSW)-Independent Equine Nutritionist
Energreen Nutrition Australia Pty Ltd asked an independent equine nutritionist, Carol Layton B.Sc M.Ed (www.balancedequine.com.au) to analyse the soybean hulls in Maxisoy+.
Her response, “Laboratory results show that Maxisoy+ is a highly desirable feed due to its very low sugar and starch (4.5%), low fat and high fermentable fibre (35%) making it ideal for all horses from those at risk of laminitis to high performance horses who need a sustained energy release fuel.
For sugar sensitive or insulin resistant horses studies show that a diet rich in sugar and starch will cause an insulin rise, setting off a chain of events culminating in laminitis. The best approach is to aim for less than 10% sugar (ESC) and starch in each of the chosen feeds as well as the overall diet. By both glycemic index and laboratory carbohydrate analysis, Maxisoy+ is extremely safe for an insulin resistant horse.
As an independent equine nutritionist I most definitely recommend your soybean hull feed. Like beet pulp it is a low sugar and starch, low fat but high fermentable fibre feed, fortunately it is more economical then beet pulp. When fed 50:50 in weight with whole oats it provides a lovely steady release of energy for working horses (like in endurance).
C. Taylor (QLD)
Phantom was thin and lacked top line and muscle when he arrived here 1 month ago. I wormed him and tried to feed him up with no real improvement.
I found MAXISOY+ soyahull pellets- I thought I’d give them a try and in just 2 weeks I saw a great improvement and noticed he also had a change of behaviour, he wasn’t so jumpy and pushy and standoffish. I’m very impressed with this feed and my horses have never looked so good as I feed all of them the MAXISOY now.
Here’s to happy healthy horses...
Amanda Hewitt, (VIC) Thorwood Pony Stud.
"I have had excellent results using Maxisoy, which is particularly suitable for conditioning ponies for the show ring & also.
We feed it to all our ponies, everything from weanlings, to broodmares, show ponies & stallions &
could not be happier.
Our weanling riding pony filly was recently Supreme Champion at her first show, prepared with Maxisoy
as a main part of her diet.
Can't reccomend Maxisoy highly enough, sensational results & economical too.
James, have attached a pic of the filly if you want to use it at all.
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