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too many different feeds.... what should I feed her??

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        12-02-2008, 01:35 AM
      #21
    Foal
    Do you have the Mitavite Gumnuts over there? Theyre specially formulated for horses over 15 years as it has a higher protein count (I think - could be wrong on the protein part, but its higher in something older horses need!) But it is designed for older horses to keep weight on, and we found it a huge success in our old hunter.
         
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        12-02-2008, 07:05 AM
      #22
    Weanling
    I will have to agree seriously about the Strategy choice as for the complete feed. It is an excellent feed. But I will have to add that the price for it is higher then what I like to see. I personally go with Kent Feeds "Pro" series. Priced less, and contains all the same ingrediants, with a few kickers. LOL, My last input!
         
        12-02-2008, 08:18 AM
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    Originally Posted by Midwest Paint    
    I will have to agree seriously about the Strategy choice as for the complete feed. It is an excellent feed. But I will have to add that the price for it is higher then what I like to see. I personally go with Kent Feeds "Pro" series. Priced less, and contains all the same ingrediants, with a few kickers. LOL, My last input!
    Higher biotin levels , higher nutrition PERIOD, and FIXED FORMULA
         

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