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    06-27-2011, 02:33 PM
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Yearling
Question Which grain?

I am now feeding my horses Platinum Performance. For the past two years I have been feeding my horses LMF Supper Sup. G, however that is a pricier grain, so my question is if I should still be feeding them that with the Platinum?
Or is there a less exspensive grain that would also work, I don't like feeding wet cob, dry cob as it hypes up my paint.
Thanks
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    07-04-2011, 06:54 AM
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Foal
What is your reasoning for wanting to switch grains? You might be fine with what your using now, unless the grain is causing issues?

Anyhow I hate to say this but, I use LMF and I totally get the pricey annoyance but, that stuff WORKS! It might just be one of those expenditures that is worth it.
     

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