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    07-16-2012, 08:56 AM
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Foal
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Hi Everyone,

So I'm interested in hearing more about two feeds competing at the moment...

Equijewel by K.E.R. And Vitamite Power On by Mitavite

EquiJewel:


1kg
Digestible energy
18-19MJ
Crude protein(min)
13%
Crude fat
18-20%
Crude fibre (max)
13%
Calcium (min)
2.25%
Phosphorus (min)
1.5%
Vitamin E
650IU
Selenium
1 mg

PowerOn:
ENERGY DE (MJ/KG)
15
PROTEIN %
11
OILS %
18
FIBRE %
9
SALT %
1.2


Who uses these and what is your opinion on what you expected/ wanted it to do with your horse/ pony?
     
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    07-16-2012, 03:16 PM
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Yearling
I used equijewel as a weight builder a long time ago, never used it as a feed, never heard of the other one.
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    07-16-2012, 07:54 PM
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Both are rice bran Mitavite - Scientifically Balanced Feeds

EQUI-JEWEL - Kentucky Equine Research

I have fed EquiJewel but can't get it anymore, so now feed Manna Pro's "Maxi-Glo".

Rice bran is an excellent source of fat that provides the horse with cool energy.

Rice bran is an additive as it does NOT provide all the necessary vitamins/minerals a horse needs.

If your horse has problems maintaining weight, rice bran is the way to go but you would need to also provide a vitamin/mineral supplement
     

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