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    10-03-2007, 09:34 AM
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Trained
how much cracked lupins?

Ive just started feeding cracked lupins in my horses food. I was told not to use much. I use a small handful (im only knee high to a grasshopper so my hands are tiny too lol most kids are taller than me hehehe) anyhoo, since starting it two days ago, their poos have been a little runny. Not too bad, but not normal either.

I've been soaking them for about 10 minutes before feeding. Am I feeding too much or what? I thought considering the tiny amount that it shouldnt be a problem but I guess I was wrong :)
     
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    10-03-2007, 07:00 PM
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Foal
Your horses still might be getting used to it so just give them time.if it increases getting more runny I suggest cutting back...thats what I would do but i;m not sure if that's the reason.but hope i've helped :)
     

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