- 4 kg
- 8 kg
- 30kg (2 x 15kg)
- 45kg (3 x 15kg)
- SUPERSAVER! 60kg (4 x 15kg)
We don't include whole oats in our bird food due to the high indigestibility of the outer husk, however, we do use a lot of naked oats, which are much more digestible because they don't have an outer husk.
Whole oats are still a good choice for feeding horses and they are often supplemented with compound feeds. We highly recommend adding our oats for horses to your pet's diet. Whole oats are great for horses because they improve digestion and lower cholesterol levels.
Whole Oats FAQs
- Can I feed wild birds oats with their outer husk?
Unfortunately, the outer husk of oats is not digestible for wild birds. For wild bird feeding, we’d recommend our naked oats; whole oats are much better suited for feeding horses.
- Are whole oats good for horses?
Yes! In fact, whole oats are one of the most traditional horse feeds. Oats can be fed to horses whole and, unlike other cereals, they do not need to be cooked before feeding.
Whole oats are a high-fibre feed that contains highly-digestible starch, vitamin B, and carbohydrates. Whole oats are a great source of energy for horses, and have also been shown to reduce blood cholesterol.
- What’s the difference between whole oats and rolled oats?
Whole oats are, to put it simply, oats as they come. Rolled oats are made by steaming whole oats then pressing them into flakes with steel rollers. There isn’t really any difference nutritionally between rolled oats and whole oats.