Started on MaCauley's M10 - Soy Free

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    02-03-2014, 01:45 PM
Started on MaCauley's M10 - Soy Free

After some responses elsewhere I am switching my 3 over to the soy free M10 ration balancer by MaCauleys. I was feeding the Blue Seal Sunshine Plus, but since my guys are doing nothing right now they really don't need the extra protein and the BS was getting too $$ for me to drive and get every month.

I only have pictures of the pony right now but I will work on getting my other two this week sometime hopefully. Nick has lost a little bit of weight as well (he needed to) and Jewel looks about the same. The pony has not only lost a little weight but she is now bum high - she's 7 this year, not sure on exact DOB. They've been on a mix of the BS and the MaCauley's for about 3 weeks now with a 1st/2nd cutting grass hay. Each horse/pony gets 1.5-2% of their ideal body weight (not current weight since they are a little tubby ).

The first picture is pony right before Christmas. She looked the same 4 weeks ago though. Second picture is yesterday - look at that bum! She was on level ground in both photos.

Anyone else use it???
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