Sorry to come back to reply to this so late but thanks for the replies. Especially about the electrolytes, I had been wondering about that for a while. I think I will just stick with the nu image and the integrity. To answer about getting hungry in between feeds, he doesn't seem to. In fact he takes his time with his pellets like its hay, he will eat a majority of it but leave a little to nibble on throughout most of the day maybe that's why he doesn't get hungry. To answer the hay question, we had a couple of bad loads of hay that a bunch of horses got sick off and ever since then my FIL won't let it on his property. He says the pellets are a complete feed and he knows whats in them. They are supposed to have vitamins, minerals and salt. And as a plus they are cheaper than hay...here anyhow. Thanks again for the advice. Supplements get a little overwhelming sometimes, it seems like you just need all of it....not just with horses either,lol.