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    05-14-2012, 01:54 PM
  #51
Foal
We feed all purina feeds, my horses get hi fat hi fiber and equalizer with oats. I had the vet out for vaccinations last week and he also said that my 17hh gelding who is 1350 lbs could use a tad more weight, he's now getting 4 cups of hifhif, a cup of equalizer and a cup of oats twice a day with free choice hay, they all go on pasture next week in which he will be cut back.
     
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    05-16-2012, 06:49 AM
  #52
Weanling
Just curious, I havn't read all the posts I'm kind of in a rush.. But you said you moved barns, is this you who is doing all the work or do you have a barn manager? They would be very helpfull to ask. And beet pult is a great filler ( use it correctly!!!! ) and to cut down on cost (sort of) Get a alphalfa timothy hay cube ( I would also soak mine....). I don't know how this turned into me giving some idea's on getting weight on but oh well.

Anyway, your horse looks nice though, you can look at rescue horses who look 10 years older than they are. He looks very sweet and a good horse to have :)

... I'm suprised you havn't looked at his teeth though...

Sorry to be away from the original topic...
     
    05-16-2012, 10:28 AM
  #53
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Mckellar    
Just curious, I havn't read all the posts I'm kind of in a rush.. But you said you moved barns, is this you who is doing all the work or do you have a barn manager? They would be very helpfull to ask. And beet pult is a great filler ( use it correctly!!!! ) and to cut down on cost (sort of) Get a alphalfa timothy hay cube ( I would also soak mine....). I don't know how this turned into me giving some idea's on getting weight on but oh well.

Anyway, your horse looks nice though, you can look at rescue horses who look 10 years older than they are. He looks very sweet and a good horse to have :)

... I'm suprised you havn't looked at his teeth though...

Sorry to be away from the original topic...
At the new barn im at, as long as I buy the feed, they'll feed him for me.

I'm going to get some sort of high fat feed, then a supplement that help build muscle.

You all have my wondering about his age, so I am going to get his teeth checked next time the vet is out
     

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