Supplementary horse food based on hemp

The company founder pretty early recognized a fact most probably known to most horse owners: the crucial importance of proper feed for both health and performance of horses – and sport and stud horses in particular. And yet a lot of horses suffer hidden deficiencies unfortunately often not recognized at first glance.

Actually, we didn’t become aware of this fact until our company received loads of positive reviews from the buyers of our feed hemp.

The company also correctly identified hemp not only as an important feed plant known as such for as long as anyone can remember. It has also always been an important and highly esteemed crop supplying fibers for hemp ropes, textiles and paper. In this regard, René Hammerbauer did not forget not only to recognize the properties of hemp as a source of feed, but also its qualities as a supplier of oil.

There is a particularly high demand for our feed on behalf of competition riders, studs and horse farms.

There is a particularly high demand for our feed on behalf of competition riders, studs and horse farms. So far, there are already 4 resale teams available. The sales via territories, rayons or cantons are structured through country/state licenses. These 4 sales structures are located in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Great Britain and the United Arab Emirates. In order to approach the markets in additional countries, negotiations with potential retailers are already conducted on site.

Sales of our supplementary hemp feed in the Arab world is currently being prepared and will start at the United Arab Emirates. In this context, we are currently clarifying the possibilities not only to sell our valuable hemp feed to horse studs, but also to camel farms and race courts. Anytime soon, blood tests will be performed and analyzed on camels of camel farms.

In Switzerland, sales of supplementary food based on hemp or feed containing elements of hemp is explicitly allowed for animals classified as pets – and yet this fact causes frequent discussions with Swiss authorities. In Germany and the EU zone in general, the amount of THC contained in feed is the decisive factor for its approval. In line with EU regulations, it must not exceed 0.22% of THC. The THC content in our feed is lower than this limit and thus complies with the mandatory EU standard.