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    04-04-2012, 03:33 PM
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Question Critique These 2 Feeds Please...

I have another post on here covering the same issue, but I'm going to try it from a slightly different angle. Please critique these two feeds in detail. I keep hearing many different feeds are not good because they are "grain based", but from I can tell just about every feed option out there has grains listed. So please tell me which specific ingredients are bad and what I should look for instead. Thank you!
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    04-18-2012, 01:01 AM
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What do you need out of your horse, how is his weight, does he keep easily, what is your budget?

There are so many grains out there and such a commericalized grain industry, it often seems more confusing than it needs to be. That's why I ask.
     
    04-18-2012, 05:01 PM
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The barn where I board buys all of the feed, so budget wise I can't really give a solid answer (One feed I believe is around $9/bag and the other is more). My mare will eat anything and everything, extremely easy keeper, and is in perfect health and condition. She's being leased and shown, and has a pretty high activity level. My gelding could probably stand to lose a couple pounds, but nothing major. I'm trying to get him back in shape at the moment, probably a moderate activity level (exercised about 3 times a week), and he's a bit picky.
     

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