Ultium for Draft?

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Ultium for Draft?

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    10-13-2009, 12:49 PM
Red face Ultium for Draft?

Im ffdfrontmans fiance, and we are about to buy a draft, was wondering if anyone fed ultium, its a low protein high fat diet. ~11cp 12cf. We are trying to find a good feed that we can put the oil on. Right now theres a huge hay shortage also and I don't want to feed alfalfa due to its high protein levels, suggestions? Prefer purina brands bc they are easily accessable through my feed store.
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    10-13-2009, 01:14 PM
Forgot to include, she's estimated to be 12 yrs old, a little flabby also
    10-13-2009, 07:35 PM
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Ultium is a high performance feed. Is she going to be in consistent work? Is she a hard keeper? If the answer is yes to either one of these, Ultium might be a good option. My 1/4 draft is on Ultium and is doing great on it. If she isn't going to be worked or she isn't a hard keeper, Ultium may make her nuts. Haha
    10-13-2009, 08:18 PM
I was wondering about that. My friend fed ultium to her arabs because the energy provided wasnt a hot energy so they didnt go crazy. Who knew drafts were so complicated
    10-13-2009, 08:20 PM
Whether or not she is worked depends on if she's in foal. If not then we will be working her back into shape, if so she will be worked/exercised lightly just to keep her healthy either way she's a fatty and needs to have some exercise to build her muscle

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