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        04-23-2013, 11:03 PM
    We took miover off, cooked barley,mita vite xtra cool,

    He is now only on 50/50 chaff, maxi soy, and hay and he seems alot less hyped, now he's lazy LOL

    Altho he is still very destracted altho I think that is just miover,

    We had him on, barley,maxi soy, sunflower seeds, garlic, mita vite xtra cool, and hay, livamol, he was full of feed,

    So he's now just on plain 50/50 oaten and luceren mix chaff and maxi soy, and hay
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        04-24-2013, 02:02 PM
    Another fan of Triple Crown 30% Supplement here My horse has been on it for almost a year now and really thrives on it, and it's only about $.75 per day.

    I'd definitely consider a ration balancer or vitamin/mineral supplement of some kind, as there are a few things (magnesium, vitamin B1) which can cause a horse to be nervous/spooky if they're deficient. Most hay is deficient in some way: even hay made from perfectly balanced grass (if such a thing even exists) will be low in vitamins A & E, since they break down very quickly after the grass is dried.

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