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    08-30-2008, 06:58 AM
  #11
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If you give me your zip to where you are going to be I might be able ot help you locate OTHER feed dealers ...are you staying in OH??

OR you can go to each companies website and call or locate a dealer as well


ADM you will have to call
http://www.admani.com/

Blueseal
http://www.blueseal.com/company/dealerlocate.php

Blue bonnet
http://bluebonnetfeeds.com/viewproduct.php?id=35

Buckeye
http://www.buckeyenutrition.com/dealers.html

Merit (division of Purina)
http://www.equinemerit.com/merit_products.asp

Flint River Mills
http://www.frmfeeds.com/4901.html

Frontrunner
http://www.frontrunnerhorse.com/phase6.php

Hallaway
http://hallwayfeeds.com/

McCauley
http://www.mccauleybros.com/feeds/

Progressive
http://prognutrition.com/DealerLocator.htm


Triple Crown
http://www.triplecrownfeed.com/distributors.php
     
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    09-01-2008, 12:45 AM
  #12
Weanling
I am moving to ziop code 43035 and I am looking for something preferably pelleted, 14% protein, at least 6% fat (higher the better), low starch, and high fiber, I really like these two from buckeye and I think I can get them if I go to cashmans.

http://www.buckeyenutrition.com/equi...urance101.html

^^^^I like that fat level but the fiber is to low and I do not like the idea that the 1st ingredient is corn

http://www.buckeyenutrition.com/equi...ngformula.html

^^^^This I really like but it is texturized and I know that it will upset his ulcer.
     
    09-01-2008, 07:28 AM
  #13
Started
You have more then One Buckeye dealer LUCKY you ..
http://www.buckeyenutrition.com/cgi-bin/dealer.cgi
If I were to feed anything beside the Gro N Win this would be my choice from Buckeye http://www.buckeyenutrition.com/equi...%20Cadence.pdf



CAshman's also carries Kent
Besides the Hosego32 I would go with this one from them
http://www.kentequine.com/getdoc/9fb.../7367-pdf.aspx


Not sure how far these are I wish all the sites used the zip finder and gave us distances not sure which of theses is any good the only thing I have heard much about from them is the Progressive Pro Advantage Grass Formula
http://prognutrition.com/DealerLocatorOH.htm


Triple Crown Dealers if not the TC30% then this one
http://www.triplecrownfeed.com/lowstarchanalysis.php here are the dealers looks like the one you named has them all
http://www.triplecrownfeed.com/deale...=OH&c=Kalmbach
     
    09-03-2008, 07:21 PM
  #14
Weanling
I think I found something I really like and I want to know what others think. This is a ration balancer that I found made by a company in upper sandusky called kalmback feeds. It is from their new tribute horse feed line. It is called Essential K

Crude protein 28% min
Lysine 2.2% min
Methionine 0.6% min
Threonine 1.2% min
Crude fat 6% min
Crude fiber 5% max
Calcium(ca) 2.5% min
Calcium(ca) 3.5% max
Phosphorous 1.5% min
Salt (NaCl) 1.00% min
Salt (NaCl) 1.5% max
Copper 200ppm
Zinc(ZN)400ppm
Selenium (Se) 1.5 ppm min
Potassium 1.5%
Magnesium 0.4%
Manganese 240ppm
Iron 900ppm
Cobalt 4 ppm
Iodine 4ppm
Thiamine 30mg/ld
Biotin 2.4mg/lb
Ascorbic acid 80 mg/lb min
Vitamin A 30,000 IU/lb min
Vitamin D 2,500 IU/lb min
Vitamin E 500 IU/lb min

Ingredients
Dehulled soybean meal, ground extruded whole soybeans, dehydrated alfalfa meal, wheat flour, wheat middlings, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, cane molasses, soybean oil, lignin sulfonate, magnesium oxide, L-lysine, DL-methionin, salt, potassium sulfate, magnesium sulfate, potassium chloride, vitamin a supplement, vitamin e supplement, vitamin d supplement, biotin, folic acid, vitamin b-12 supplement, pantothenic acid, niacin, thiamin mononitrate, menadione dimethylpyrimidinol bisulfate (source of vitamin k activity), riboflavin, ascorbic acid, choline chloride,, zinc sulfate, ferrous sulfate, mananese sulfate, copper sulfate, ethylene diamine dihydriodide, cobalt sulfate, sodium selenite, selenium yeast, copper lysine complex, zinc methionine complex, manganese methionine complex, cobalt glucoheptonate, and natural and artificial (apple) flavor.

Feeding directions
Top dress from 0.5 lbs up to 5lbs depending on forage quality, age, and body condition, and performance levels of the individual horses.

Provide you horse(s) a minimum of 1% of bodyweight in good quality hay or pasture per day. Always allow free choice of clean fresh water and free choice salt.

For addtional information please contact your kalmbach feed representative.

This is a fixed formula feed and actually smells pretty good and taste pretty good (yeah I tried it). Tell me what you think of this because I think this is what I am going to buy. I can feed this to everyone in the barn and not have to play the mad scientist mixing feed anymore at night.

Also, if I buy this, someone please tell me how to switch from a grain based feed to this ration balancer because the amount I have to feed of this is a quarter or more less than what I am feeding of everything else.

I had to go through and hand type all this because the website to the tribute line is under construction

They do not have this feed listed on their site but this is one page I did find that was not product specific.
http://tributehorsefeeds.com/Int/recommend.html

Also from reading I have found that triple crown and tribute are both related to the same company kalmbach, which is something I never knew before.
     
    09-03-2008, 09:46 PM
  #15
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I have heard WONDERFUL things about the Essential K it is suppose to be JUST LIKE the Buckeye Gro N Win ... in fact some nutritientist that left Buckeye disigned and marketed it off of the ORGINAL Gro N Win
     
    09-03-2008, 10:59 PM
  #16
Weanling
Quote:
Originally Posted by Peggysue
I have heard WONDERFUL things about the Essential K it is suppose to be JUST LIKE the Buckeye Gro N Win ... in fact some nutritientist that left Buckeye disigned and marketed it off of the ORGINAL Gro N Win

This is actually what the lady told me that I talked to with the company about the feed and I did not think to much about it because most of the time I have found that a lot of the things these companies say is a bunch of hot air, all I knew was that I liked the feed and I thought I would give it a try. She also even told me if I want to try it, that for every bag I buy the first time, she will give me a bag for free. The guy at the store did not know much of it because he had not been to the meetings all about the new feeds so he immediately let me talk to a lady from kalmbach feeds about it. He has told me though that ever since he started to carry the Essential K that he sells around a skid per week of it and he has only carried it now for about 3 months.
     
    09-04-2008, 08:32 AM
  #17
Started
Take pictures before you start it and once a month ... you will be amazed at the difference!!! It is suppose to be really good stuff I can't get it in my area but alot of Buckeye people are changing too it...

When Mars Candy bought Buckeye they changed a couple ingredients in the Gro N Win the Essential K is the orginal recipe!!!

So you are actually buying th orginal Gro N WIn before Mars went to some cheaper ingredients!!
     
    09-04-2008, 10:50 PM
  #18
Weanling
Yay, now I am proud of myself!!! I went and bought it today and am going to start to feed it tomorrow moring along with what they are eating now. The representative told me to top dress it onto what they are eating now until I run low on the other and then do it like I would any other feed change, wean them from the old feed and leave them only the new feed to eat.

I thought about the picture thing, I am going to take some in the morning and then every week for a couple months and then go from there and see what they look like.
     
    09-05-2008, 12:54 AM
  #19
Foal
It sounds like a very good feed!! I use Progressive and the ingredients and amounts are very close if not exact to what my label reads. Do you mind me asking how much for a bag? Progressive is $32 a bag and if I could find something that is that close but less expensive I would love it! My boy goes through a bag every 5-6 weeks so it can get spendy. Thanks in advance.
     
    09-05-2008, 05:26 AM
  #20
Started
Quote:
Originally Posted by prbygenny
It sounds like a very good feed!! I use Progressive and the ingredients and amounts are very close if not exact to what my label reads. Do you mind me asking how much for a bag? Progressive is $32 a bag and if I could find something that is that close but less expensive I would love it! My boy goes through a bag every 5-6 weeks so it can get spendy. Thanks in advance.
If you compare the Buckeye, Progessive, Essential K and Horsego you will notice they are all very close ... with the Essential K and Horsego being the cheaper of the four
     

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