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post #1 of 9 Old 06-12-2010, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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TNT Chopped hay

Has anybody hear herd of TNT Chopped hay? My horse is now getting it because the hay here is so bad. Its soaked chopped hay and he is loving every bit of it. When I ride him,he is very good. Before when he was on grain,he was a bit hyper.

Does anyone know of a website that I can look up for the TNT hay? I want to know more about it.

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post #2 of 9 Old 06-14-2010, 11:57 AM
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Where are you getting it?

The reason I ask, is because Tractor Supply is going to discontinue carrying it. They're switching to a dengie mix by a different manufacturer.

Your horse should like it, since it's a mixture of alfalfa and grass hay, combined with molasses and grain byproducts. I've only given it in a pinch, when I was running low on regular baled hay.

Here's their website. It took me 2 seconds to Google it:

TNT Forage=
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Thank you for the website. My horse loves this stuff. He is being a good boy when I ride him.
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Hmm. If I could find a place that carried the regular 'chops' (not 'fortified', Ice does not need more grain) it would be interesting to give him so O&A mix as a lunch time snack.
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post #7 of 9 Old 06-16-2010, 10:41 PM Thread Starter
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Speed Racer,

why is tractor supply not going to carry TNT chopped hay anymore? Is it just your tractor supply or all of the stores world wide? My trainer gets it from there. I wonder if she knows about it.
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Theresa Barton here. I own TNT Forage, Inc. And am so complimented that you are using our products. Our website is www.TNTForage.com

If you have problems finding our products, please let me know so we can find a store near you. We are still in the Tractor Supply stores in the southern states. They are trying someone new on the East Coast. We think we are a much better product and were sad to hear of their decision.

Give lovies to the horses!!!

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TNT Forage

I am writing in reference to TNT Forage & the message Theresa Barton left regarding owning the company:

Good product, not so good customer service.
I called the number on the number on teh web site. We had bought the last of the supply of it from Tractor Supply last year & we want more.
The guy I talked to said they don't come this far south (West Virginia) just the PA border & transferred me over to someone's voice mail, who doesn't bother to return calls.

So Theresa, if you own the company & need some good customer service reps to get your product back out there since it is soought after; we need to talk.
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