Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: foothills of Virginia
I agree it would be a good idea to check to see if he is defiecient first, may save you some money too. My stud colt never seems to hit the salt block, yet he couldn't be healthier. Plus, you can buy high end feeds that have extra minerals and suppliments added, Triple Crown is a good one for that. I have an aged gelding that I wouldn't feed anything but the Triple Crown Senior, and he looks awesome for his age.
But other than that, the molasses suggestion was a good one, never knew a horse that would turn down molasses....
Know thyself, know thy horse.