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        10-18-2012, 10:46 AM
    I will definitely consider a vita/min supplements. Im not opposed to that but finding an economical one that is still a good one has proven difficult. I will talk with my feel store and see what I can get in large qualities.
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        10-18-2012, 12:26 PM
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    I know prices will be a little different in your area, but I know that in my local feed store, Nutrena Empower Balance is ~$.60/lb, with most horses need between 1-2 lbs/day.

    If you can get Seminole Equalizer in your area, that might be something to look into, as it is designed to be fed with oats.

    There are also several vit/min supplements- I know Horse Guard is very easy to find in my area and is less than $.50/serving.
        10-18-2012, 01:00 PM
    I think your current program is pretty good. I give my horses 3-5 pounds of alfalfa pellets a day, but they don't get oats. Since you're interested in an all-around vitamin, I wanted to suggest High-Point. I got it from, and it seems to have all the vitamins they need with out fillers or junk.
        10-18-2012, 01:38 PM
    Please read my other post on purina ultium. This is my by far favorite feed. Our feed store quit carrying it at the end of last winter. Now they have it back.
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