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post #11 of 14 Old 03-08-2013, 09:38 PM
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Have you looked into extra magnesium, at least for summer? I have my blimp Arab on it and the nasty fat deposits are going away.
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post #12 of 14 Old 03-10-2013, 10:38 PM
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Ok, new kink in the "plan". I was looking for something completely different at the feed store today and found a free sample (like 2lbs! so exciting! hahaha) of something called "Vitaquine Mineral Supplement"...

I picked the sample up since I can at least use it as treats for the goats, but my interest has been piqued.
It looks like I might need to feed even less of it than the TC30% and it was cheaper ($26 for 50lb tub) BUT the molasses in it concerns me...

I'm thinking that it's "out" due to molasses but I'm not sure...?

Help! haha
I don't see any advantage to this one- it has almost nothing in it but vitamin A and calcium. The vitamin A is not enough to meet the daily recommended amount, though. This isn't an issue if your horse is grazing on fresh grass, but you may not need to supplement vitamin A at all in that case. The Ca:P balance is way off (20:1!!)- this might not actually cause a problem when fed in small quantities if the horse is otherwise getting balanced Ca:P in his diet, but something to be very aware of, especially if other high calcium feeds (beet pulp, alfalfa, etc.) are being fed. 4 ppm of iron, zinc & manganese is pretty much useless, and there's no copper at all.
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I have not, DHW! I'll give it a look-see. :)

Thanks Verona! I knew "stuff" was missing but I wasn't sure of the implications of that. Thanks a bunch!

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post #14 of 14 Old 03-11-2013, 09:44 AM
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Google "magnesium for horses by Pauline Moore"
Very interesting!
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