All three of my boys are at different stages right now, so I'm having to fix their feed accordingly. Here's some info:
Bubba - 16 yr old Welsh Pony
1 pound of Wendlands Senior
1/2 pound of beet pulp
Gulliver - 12 yr old draft cross
3 pounds of Wendlands Senior
7 pounds of beet pulp
Henny - 4 month old QHxPaint
4 pounds of SafeChoice
2 oz. Of GrowColt
Bubba is packing on the weight, so I am cutting down on his feed. Gulliver needs to pack on weight and rebuild his topline. Henny lost muscle mass during weaning and the 4 hour haul home. I also throw a couple flakes of coastal/bahia hay a day out to them. They're only fed once a day, and have 24/7 turnout on 8 acres.
Am I feeding Henny enough? He needs to gain his muscle mass back and could stand to gain about 10-20 pounds.
Am I feeding Gully enough/too much? He's definitely gained some weight in the past couple months that I've had him.
Am I feeding Bubba enough/not the right stuff? He is a chunk and I don't want him to founder.
The first picture is Henny before he was weaned. He was an absolute tank. Gully is the bay pinto and Bubba is the brown pony.