corn oil has one very BIG downfall with minis, they get fat necks...showing my already fat necked stallion with a fatter neck would not be good, so maybe that is why I was recommended the omega 40 after the lady kept telling me the cool calories and then all of a sudden one day decided she would rather put him on the omega.
I know I will more than likely continue to use what I am using, it was just one of those things like "what if I?" It is currently working from what I can tell and what everyone else has seen of Buck, it is working a lot better than everything else we tried as far as fat supplements go. Miniature Shetland can verify that this is the first fat supplement I used that I have to dig in to find some ribs, not just touch his sides. He also seems brighter and wants to actually eat as compared to when he was still on sweet feed and he could care less if he was fed or not. The essential k did wonders in itself, but the omega made a huge difference body condition wise with him.
You know how to make a miniature horse even smaller? Leave them in the dryer a little longer!
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