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post #11 of 24 Old 10-09-2013, 12:37 PM
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Glad to hear it. If you do see an attitude change, I would try to get the strategy healthy edge as stated earlier. I've had my mares on a combination of the healthy edge and omolene 400 for a month or so now and they seem to be calmer and are looking healthier than ever.
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post #12 of 24 Old 10-10-2013, 02:34 AM Thread Starter
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Okay, apparently one of our horses is acting a little more hyper than usual. The BO thinks it's the feed, I think it could possibly be because he is getting wayy to much of it. I didn't realize that he was getting approx. 6 pounds a day!! Purina's website reccomedended 3 pounds a day. I'm not entirely sure it's the feed itself, because my mare didn't act super hyper today, she was a little jittery because both her pasture buddies were in the barn getting their feet done. When one of them came outside, they went off grazing happy as clams. If she isn't going nuts, the feed isn't all bad. He appeared fine as well, his usual self, not jumpy at all. We didn't get him out though, just loved on him in the pasture. Anyway, omolene is the upper limit on nsc's for me and my mom, so we picked up some safe choice maintenance for the time being.
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Glad to hear it. If you do see an attitude change, I would try to get the strategy healthy edge as stated earlier. I've had my mares on a combination of the healthy edge and omolene 400 for a month or so now and they seem to be calmer and are looking healthier than ever.
Thank you!
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post #14 of 24 Old 10-10-2013, 02:15 PM
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Its okay, I actually like strategy better
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post #15 of 24 Old 10-12-2013, 02:20 PM
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i stood strong by my omolene 200 with lots of forage and figured my guy was just hard to keep weight on. it gave him the energy i required out of him but i ended up switching to buckeye feeds (prominent). it still gives him the energy i'm looking for but without the stress and hot-headedness while allowing him to perform at the same level and he put on that extra weight he needed while EATING LESS for a LOWER PRICE!! i mean how can you go wrong with that? the stuff works miracles and they basically have a feed for all types.if you caan find a dealer near you definitely look into it before going to the omolene
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post #16 of 24 Old 10-12-2013, 09:33 PM
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Omolene 100 is like feeding your kids lucky charms every day.Nothing but surgar not good for kids or horses,there are better options out there.
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i stood strong by my omolene 200 with lots of forage and figured my guy was just hard to keep weight on. it gave him the energy i required out of him but i ended up switching to buckeye feeds (prominent). it still gives him the energy i'm looking for but without the stress and hot-headedness while allowing him to perform at the same level and he put on that extra weight he needed while EATING LESS for a LOWER PRICE!! i mean how can you go wrong with that? the stuff works miracles and they basically have a feed for all types.if you caan find a dealer near you definitely look into it before going to the omolene
I like Buckeye, but no can do around here. Same with all the other feeds. All I can get around here is Nutrena and Purina, and maybe Manna Pro. Thanks
anyway! :)
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What does everyone think of Nutrena Legacy? I like the sound of it.
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post #19 of 24 Old 10-17-2013, 07:17 AM
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what is in Omolene, is there an ingredients list?
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post #20 of 24 Old 10-17-2013, 09:21 AM
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what is in Omolene, is there an ingredients list?
Not exactly a "ingredients" list but what information they give...

Here is the Purina Mills website for horse feeds here in the USA...
You can access all "feeds and supplements" for horses from here...

Purina Horse Feeds - OMOLENE
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