When I first got Koda, I fed him 12% sweet feed. After reading on here about how bad sweet feed really is, I switched him over to Nutrena SafeChoice pelleted feed, which has a 14% protein content. Now that he'll be boarded in 2-3 weeks, I bought 10% sweet feed to switch him over to because that is what the boarding stable's website states that they use, so I wanted him transitioned to that feed ahead of time off his pellets. I didn't want to switch back to sweet feed, and I think 10% is too low for a yearling. I've never boarded before or even really been around other horse owners, so could I talk to the owner about him getting something other than the sweet feed (like the Purina Mini and Pony Feed)? It's a full board facility so I'm not sure how flexible those types of things usually are. Guess I'll give it a shot anyway. Thanks everyone. :)
Last edited by oreotragus; 08-04-2011 at 07:08 PM.