OK, let's see: The brand of the grain & supplement is Sprout. It's a local store brand for Mills Fleet Farm (think Tractor Supply Store). I came to those numbers I listed by just adding them all together (not sure if that's how it should be done). I was mistaken about the 14% mix, it's actually 16%. Also I didn't list all the nutrients since some of the units of measurement weren't the same, and that was way to much math for me, lol. There is lysine, magnesium, manganese, and some others in there as well, I just didn't list them.
Odie is kept outside, but brought into a stall in the evening for his grain. The hay is split up between morning & evening. He is pastured with one other horse, and there is little to no hay left. We have 6 acres fenced off into 3 seperate pastures, and a total of 4 horses. During the winter, we close off 4 acres, and divide the remaining 2 in half so that Odie & my mom's mare are seperate from the other 2 due to herd dynamic issues (mom's horse is an agressive alpha mare so when all 4 are together she gets a little out of hand). Right now the other 4 acres are still quite wet, so se haven't opened them up to start the rotation yet so that they don't get ripped up to much.
The hay that is fed is a grass / alfalfa mix. Good quality (by visual inspection), green (not wet), very low weed content, no dust. I haven't had it analyzed but it looks textbook perfect and the vet agreed it's good hay.
Ummm, what else was there??? I took pictures of the feed bags & supplement as best as I could without losing my balance or risking falling of my crutches.
Like I said, I'm embarrased to admit that nutrition is a very week point for me:(