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    12-20-2011, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by andimax    
I'm actually tryin to do some research on what kind of feed would be good for her. I want to work her 4 or 5 days a week. Ride her two of those days. Trail riding.

So any good ideas for feed?
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Here's a website that might help...

Horse Nutrition Explained

And this will help explain ration balancer and some brands that might be in your area...

Ration Balancer

I have both of my boys on Enrich 32... right now they're getting 1/2lb in the morning with 1/2 alfalfa pellets and 1/2 lb at night with 1/2 alfalfa pellets....

When I am working them I keep them at the same... 1lb if I see that they might be loosing a little more weight then I'd like the I add beet pulp or you can add in rice bran.....

Or up the RB...
     
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    12-20-2011, 10:45 AM
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Originally Posted by usandpets    
I do agree that sweet feed isn't the best for horses eventhough they do like it. When you give them anything with grain mixed in, the grain doesn't get digested well. If you look at their manure, you'll see the grain still whole.
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Which is why pellets are a better all around option. Less can be fed as they break down and are utilized by the horse.
     

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