Originally Posted by deserthorsewoman
Strategy Healthy Edge has 17% NSC....definitely one of the lower one's.
Does anyone know how this compares to Nutrena Safechoice Original and Safechoice Perform?
On the pamphlet I have from Nutrena, it says, for example, dietary starch on the Safechoice Original is 17%, but it also says sugar is 5%. So do you combine those to get NSC or do I just go by the dietary starch? Or does anybody know what NCS is for Safechoice Original and Safechoice Perform?
I have fed all 3 at various times and the horses love them all and seem to do well on them all. So I find it a bit hard to compare. I know a Nutrena rep. Once told me that there is just a little more starch in the Perform and also more fat. So I like the fact it is high fat but I don't know just how bad it is as far as NCS goes?
On the Safechoice Perform, it says dietary starch is 20% and sugar is 8% max.
I think one of my horses prefers the taste of Healthy Edge, but she likes all of them.