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post #11 of 20 Old 03-26-2009, 04:09 PM
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Triple Crown is honestly leaps and bounds better then the Purina Equine Senior it is fixed formula and grain free which are two pluses when dealing with the older horses their systems just don't work as well so you want easy to digest feeds

I have been called the NSC Nazi more then once ... I hate traditional feed methods of loading our horses up on grains and junk food :)
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post #12 of 20 Old 03-26-2009, 04:10 PM
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I cant' help but smile when I see your smile in that picture!!!

I have been called the NSC Nazi more then once ... I hate traditional feed methods of loading our horses up on grains and junk food :)
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Here's a couple more pics of him and the old black horse...
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That's great news! He's such a pretty boy!

I'm trying to get one of our local stores to start carrying TC. I send an email inquiring about dealer requirements and haven't heard back from them...
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That's great news! He's such a pretty boy!

I'm trying to get one of our local stores to start carrying TC. I send an email inquiring about dealer requirements and haven't heard back from them...
try calling them you will get answers alot quicker... with Kent who also deals TC it is 2 ton min order

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Soo I've been trying to get this feed but no one carries it around here!! The website with the locator says a whole bunch of them do but none of them have it. The one has never even heard of Triple Crown! Gahh they're sending me in circles...... :( This stinks because I really want to try it out..

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Soo I've been trying to get this feed but no one carries it around here!! The website with the locator says a whole bunch of them do but none of them have it. The one has never even heard of Triple Crown! Gahh they're sending me in circles...... :( This stinks because I really want to try it out..

Call the 800 number and ask them.. if you find a Triple Crown dealer they should be able to order it for you BY THE BAG!!

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Thanks

I finally did find a place that will order it for me after I posted. I will do that in the morning. I'm excited to try it out!

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Thanks

I finally did find a place that will order it for me after I posted. I will do that in the morning. I'm excited to try it out!
Take pictures of the horse standing square about every two weeks you will notice changes in the pictures when you put them side by side that you don't notice in person!!

Besides we all LOVE pictures

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I will do that. I don't get home real often, but I will when I go. Maybe I will get my parents to do it while I'm gone too if I can talk them into it.

I ordered the feed this morning. I ordered 2 - 50# bags to get started. If my dad is up to it (he's the one taking care of them right now) we are going to work on getting him up to 2 feedings per day instead of 1 slightly larger feeding. I'm sure he will, but he's so busy as is that I always feel bad putting an extra load on him. All 11 of my animals are there and he's been taking good care of them for me for the last 3 years. He grew up on a farm and was happy to be done with it but agreed to get all of these critters because it made me so happy :). (4-H did it lol)

Any-who, with summer coming I'm not so worried about him anymore. He does really well on grass but I'd like to get this all under control before next winter.

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