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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
^ Ok, those things are awesome O_o I'm going to have to show that to BO. We use slow feeder nets, but we have to replace them every few months because the horses destroy them and they become dangerous.
OP, if you have access to a TSC, Standlee brand has some pretty good pellets that I'm using for my foster filly right now. They have pure alfalfa, alfalfa/timothy, timonthy, and oat hay/costal available, at least in my area. I use the alfalfa/timonthy for her and I've been impressed so far. They smell great and come at a 40/60% ratio, I think. I'm paying $12.99 for a 40 lb bag and feeding her 4 lbs (equal to a flake) of it daily along with 20 lbs of jiggs costal hay which is working well. The only down side is that some of the pellets are pretty big, so if you have a horse that tends to gulp at it's food, you might want to break some of them. Make sure that you soak them as well.
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