Purina Hills horse feed vs. Blue Seal

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Purina Hills horse feed vs. Blue Seal

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    03-31-2008, 03:08 PM
Purina Hills horse feed vs. Blue Seal

What is everyone's opinion on both Blue Seal and Purina Hills?
Sonny is currently on Blue Seal (either trotter or pacer..can't remember), but he gets hot off of it. If I give it to him one day, the next day he'll gallop and buck, and not listen at all.
So I want something that won't cause him to get crazy, but has enough vitamins and minerals. He's only getting hay at the moment, and his pasture will have no grass in it this year (or not alot).

Anything questionable in Purina Hills grains? I know in their dog food their by-products and whatnot, but what about their grain?
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    03-31-2008, 03:27 PM
I would think that if their dog food contains by-products, there's nothing stopping them from putting into their other food.

Is there a way you could get a small bag of the purina and test him out and see how he does?

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