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    02-19-2009, 05:30 PM
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Trained
Agway Superior Emerald

My BO is in the process of switching all the horses (except Vega) over from Purina's Horsemen's Edge sweet feed (either 10 or 12%.. i'm leaning more towards 10%) to Agway Superior Emerald feed.

Is this a good brand?
I was reading on their website that they have this True Nutrition Technology and it's supposed to make sure every bag is made equally.

What exactly does a 10-10-10 mean?

I'm not sure what Vega is getting switched to, but I'll ask my BO. She might be staying on the Horsemen's Edge pelleted feed since she's been doing quite well with that.
     
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    02-19-2009, 10:41 PM
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Started
10%protien
10% fiber
10% fat

Thanks for that site for that company I didn't have it LOL

Can you get ingredient list
Analysis is more complete then purina's which means it is most likely a fixed formula, it has pre/pro bios to aid with digestion, decent amino acid profile,

At a glance it looks better but without ingredient list hard to say
     
    02-19-2009, 11:38 PM
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Trained
I'll see if my BO has one from the bag I can take, or borrow.

I saw them in the shed, but I didn't just want to take it without asking

And your welcome :)
     

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