I'm getting ready to move Cinny from my friends to the local equestrian center where there will be a change in feed. He will be moving from his "all you can eat" pasture of fresh growing brome and St. Johns Wart to a dry lot with a round bale (most likely brome mix). So I want to supplement him with a hoof/coat supplement (suggested by my farrier even if he were to stay), and maybe a vitamin supplement. Normally, when I was in CA, I would just add whatever powdered supplement into a can (I measured with baby formula cans) or two of bran and some warm water or sometimes apple juice for a treat or A&M (Alfalfa with molases)...add carrots etc. This was done on my horse already of healthy weight, like Cinny. For some reason I can't seem to find Bran OR A&M in my area (Lincoln, NE)...which is ODD to me. I really don't want to add too much of an actual "grain" because he is already hyper enough as it is...maybe when he is actually WORKING I will, but not now.
So what do YOU like to add powdered supplements to, and why?