I find it is easier just to stick with one grain. In the summer my horses only get strategy gx. in the winter is when i add beet pulp and what not to that.
thats why im trying to get it down to two grains (and beetpulp but he loves it so i wont take it away he gets only a small smount) and im on a budget right now (my work hours got cut for now)
The only place i get feed from is here Vanderveen Hay Sales Ltd. - Hay, Pet Food and Supplies - Surrey, Langley, Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, Coquitlam, Abbotsford, White Rock
so i have to get what they have there (other places are to expencive) and i think Lifeline Equi-cal pellets would be good for him.
i went to the life line site and got this info on equi cal
"FEATURES: Equi Cal will have plenty of calories at 3.184 mcals/kg however, with no molasses
and no grain it allows horses to remain calmer, while putting on weight and performing within
reason. The oil is pure soybean oil which is palatable and very high quality. The lysine is
maintained at a high level along with other amino acids for muscle mass. Organic selenium is
higher than most hard feeds as well as % of chelated minerals. Equi Cal was designed to offer a
high fat capable of supporting a high performance horse with a low sugar and low starch hard
feed. The pellet texture is soft due to the high oil content. If your horse is a little thin or requires
more muscle, it will support more weight on horses. This is also a great feed for a dressage
horse that must carry good body condition, yet be calm. It eliminates the need to top up with
high fat, oil, or other fat supplements. Equi Cal is ideal for horses with sensitive digestive
systems with additional live yeast cultures and probiotics."
(my horse needs muscle lol mostly at his neck he looks funny right now because hes got a big body and a big head but a tiny little neck