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    12-05-2010, 01:09 PM
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Need help interpreting Hay Analysis

Greetings! I'm hoping to gain some insight into my Hay analysis. My 7yr old gelding Quarter horse started losing weight as soon as he began eating my stable provide hay as his main roughage staple. I'm not a big fan of supplementing and he's never been supplemented before being moved to these stables, but with the current weight loss I am now supplementing him.

I had the hay analyzed but beyond the protein level which is pretty low, I'm not sure how these results stack up. I would really appreciate anyone's insight into the analysis.
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