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    10-17-2013, 09:45 AM
  #21
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Originally Posted by horselovinguy    
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
I won't feed anything without knowing what it is made from with a detailed list.
     
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    10-17-2013, 10:04 AM
  #22
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Here is the tag info for Omolene 100, 200, 300 & Strategy
Omolene 100

Ingredients:

Whole oats, wheat middlings, cracked corn, coarse barley, ground soybean hulls, cane molasses, calcium carbonate, soybean oil, salt, L-lysine, citric acid, propionic acid (a preservative), choline chloride, sorbitan monostearate, vitamin E supplement, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, ground corn, vitamin B-12 supplement, xanthan gum, niacin supplement, vitamin A supplement, zinc oxide, copper sulfate, calcium iodate, magnesium oxide, cobalt, carbonate, vitamin D3 supplement, ferrous carbonate, manganous oxide, sodium selenite.

Crude Protein 10%
Lysine .60%
Crude Fat 4.5 %
Crude Fiber 10%
Calcium max 1.2%
Calcium min .90
Phosphorus min .45%
Copper min 35.0 ppm
Selenium min .60 ppm
Zinc min 140.0 ppm
Vitamin A min 3000.00 iu/lb
Vitamin E min 100.00 iu/lb

I started feeding this to my horse last week, and I will be changing. It makes him too hot.
     
    10-17-2013, 10:11 AM
  #23
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Originally Posted by TNRiderChic    
Here is the tag info for Omolene 100, 200, 300 & Strategy
Omolene 100

Ingredients:

Whole oats, wheat middlings, cracked corn, coarse barley, ground soybean hulls, cane molasses, calcium carbonate, soybean oil, salt, L-lysine, citric acid, propionic acid (a preservative), choline chloride, sorbitan monostearate, vitamin E supplement, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, ground corn, vitamin B-12 supplement, xanthan gum, niacin supplement, vitamin A supplement, zinc oxide, copper sulfate, calcium iodate, magnesium oxide, cobalt, carbonate, vitamin D3 supplement, ferrous carbonate, manganous oxide, sodium selenite.

Crude Protein 10%
Lysine .60%
Crude Fat 4.5 %
Crude Fiber 10%
Calcium max 1.2%
Calcium min .90
Phosphorus min .45%
Copper min 35.0 ppm
Selenium min .60 ppm
Zinc min 140.0 ppm
Vitamin A min 3000.00 iu/lb
Vitamin E min 100.00 iu/lb

I started feeding this to my horse last week, and I will be changing. It makes him too hot.

Many thanks, that's interesting. Not something I would feed as it has added molasses. I'd rather feed straights if my horse needed oats and mineral supplements as necessary.
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    10-27-2013, 01:22 AM
  #24
Foal
Alright, we changed to the Ultium Competition. I did find a better feed place that carried it. I liked the idea of it, but was a little disappointed that it was pellets. (I would love to be able to feed my horse the most molasses-y, delicious grain ever. I won't of course. No way.) But when I opened the bag, the most wonderful smell wafted out. It is pellets, only in a nice, rich looking (very, very light) coat of some sort of molasses-y type thing. Yummy! ! I love that it's high fat, low starch. 16% is a good level for starch for our horses.
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