08-31-2013, 06:26 PM
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Is there a guaranteed analysis on it for the vitamins/minerals in it? That's what I'd be most worried about given that we're shooting for mostly a diet of hay. The problem with normal feeds like this is that you MUST feed the minimum amount of the feed (usually 4+ lbs) in order for the horse to get the right amounts of vitamins and minerals, whereas with a supplement you aren't adding extra calories that she doesn't need, and with Enrich 32 and RBs like them, you only feed a pound or so and add very few calories.