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    06-13-2012, 02:57 AM
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Baileys horse feeds - any thoughts?

I've come to a conclusion that my 6yo horse could use some additional feed, as I have increased his workload from light to moderate and thinking of beginner level competitions, and I've been eyeing Baileys feeds, to be exact - this one No.13 Oat-Free Horse

Any thougts on the quality of this product and Baileys products in general?

He is currently grazing in grass pastures 24/7 and fed 900g (about 1.9 lbs) of soaked whole oats with phytotherapeutic vitamin and mineral supplements once a day.
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    06-13-2012, 03:30 AM
I suspect that the Baileys range is different where you are, but in principle Baileys are very good, and they do do 'what they say on the packet'.

I have used Bailey's number 1 before now, and a friend swears by their Number 4 for keeping weight on her TB.
    06-13-2012, 03:38 AM
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That sounds really promising - thanks for your input!
    07-02-2012, 07:40 AM
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So I have started Snickers on Baileys number 9 - it really does what it says on the package! I'm content with this choice, and Snickers is too.

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