Comfort Mash

From: $29.95

  • Appetite
  • Balanced nutrient intake
  • Hydration
  • Gut motility


  • A quick soaking ready to use bran mash preparation
  • High in oil for extra condition and shine
  • High in easily digestible fibres, including alfalfa chaff
  • Palatable blend of wholegrain cereals
  • Steamed cooked for improved digestibility and nutrient availability
  • Source of quality protein and amino acids
  • Includes RED MILLS Pro Balance vitamin and mineral package
  • Added antioxidants including vitamin E and selenium
  • Contains electrolytes


Ideal For

  • Stimulating appetite
  • Horses during travel
  • Aiding hydration
  • Horses with reduced gut motility


Bags per Pallet (1 bag = 40lbs)
1 Pallet – 45 bags/40lbs each (1,800 lbs)
5 Pallets – 225 bags/40lbs each (9,000 lbs)
10 Pallets – 450 bags/50lbs each (18,000 lbs)


*Looking mix various products in a pallet and save on freight shipping?
Please call 1-800-218-1571 to place your custom order! 




Wheat Bran, Flaked Corn (Steam Cooked), Ground Soybean Hulls, Flaked Barley (Steam Cooked), Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Cane Molasses, Wheatfeed, Chopped Dehydrated Alfalfa, Soybean Oil, Dehulled Sunflower Meal, Ground Barley, Flaked Pea (Steam Cooked), Dehulled Soybean Meal, Ground Wheat, Calcium Carbonate, Mono-Dicalcium Phosphate, Salt, Magnesium Oxide, Linseed Oil


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Additional information


1 Pallet, 10 Pallets, 40lbs, 5 Pallets

Feeding Directions

Feeding Directions: Comfort Mash is a complementary feed for horses and ponies to be fed with forage, fresh water and free-choice salt. Can be top dressed on to feed or fed alone. Mix with one part water to one part Comfort Mash and soak for 15 minutes.

Feeding guidelines are intended as a guideline only. Horses should be fed according to bodyweight, condition and workload. For further advice please contact one of our nutritional experts.

Comfort Mash

Comfort Mash