Maxisoy is made from 100% soy hulls with no added fillers or chemicals. Fibre is essential to the health of all horses. Maxisoy offers superior digestibility over many forage fibre sources (75-80% digestible fibre compared to hay and chaff at 40-50% digestible fibre).

Maxisoy provides provisions of quality protein to assist in improving and developing muscle development in growing, working and aged horses.

Maxisoy is low in starch and sugar and is suitable for horses with conditions such as Cushings Disease, Laminitis, Equine Metablic Syndrome, Tying-Up, Obesity, and many others.

Maxisoy allows horse owners the benefits of a cost effective feed that supports optimum health and performance in all horse breeds for horses of all disciplines


Soybean Myths

MYTH 1 – Soybeans high in Phytoestrogens
The phytoestrogens contained in soybean are isoflavones, a weak form of estrogens. In fact, phytoestrogens in soybeans cause far less problems for livestock than lucerne. Feeding Maxisoy will cause minimal to no impact on the hormonal balance of your horse.

MYTH 2: ALL Soybeans inhibit Trypsin Uncooked soybeans do contain a trypsin-inhibitor, which can stop proteins from being properly broken down and absorbed, however the same does not apply to cooked/ heat-treated soybeans. Maxisoy pellets are heat treated to ensure the trypsin inhibitor found in their raw state is not present.

Why Choose Maxisoy?

  • High Soluble Fibre
  • Slow Release Energy
  • Non Heating
  • Quality Protein
  • Rapidly Hydrates
  • Low Starch & Sugar
  • Muscle Gain/Repair
  • Laminitis Safe
  • Cereal Grain Free


How to prepare

  • Measure dry weight
  • 3-5 parts water
    1 part Maxisoy
  • Soak until forms
    mash consistency


  • 100% Soybean Hulls


Horse Weight Light work Hard Work
150 - 250kg 0.15 – 0.3kg 0.3 – 0.6kg
250 – 350kg 0.3 – 0.6kg 0.6 - 1.2kg
350 – 450kg 0.6 – 1.2kg 1.2 – 1.8kg
450 – 550kg 0.9 – 1.8kg 1.8 – 2.4kg
550 – 650kg 1.2 – 2.4kg 2.4 – 3.6kg
650 – 750kg 1.5kg – 3kg 3.0 – 4.8kg