|kchfuller ||06-11-2009 05:33 PM |
what is a good high fat feed ..
that i can add to Brodie's diet? He gets almost free choice hay and I am giving him Strategy and Alfalfa pellets ... i think he needs more fat.
|fontana1 ||06-11-2009 05:35 PM |
I use Morglo, its helped my horse put on a lot of weight. [I mean like 200-lb]
|kchfuller ||06-11-2009 05:38 PM |
is it a feed?
|MyBoyPuck ||06-11-2009 06:04 PM |
Stabilized rice bran pellets provide a lot of fat.
|nldiaz66 ||06-11-2009 06:05 PM |
I use calf manna, it has 5.5% fat about 12% protein,plus his purina senior he has put on alot of weight.
|Peggysue ||06-11-2009 07:35 PM |
Ultium in place of the Strategy
|hotreddun ||06-11-2009 09:45 PM |
I like Cocosoya oil.
|MyBoyPuck ||06-11-2009 10:05 PM |
I just re-read the question. A good high fat feed is Blue Seal Performance LS. It's low starch and among the highest fat you can get in an extruded pellet form, 12%.
|macnachtan ||06-11-2009 10:16 PM |
Super-Gain is good too. When I used to do horse rescue years ago, we put rescued horses on this (And I mean the walking skeleton kind of horses we got in). It's amazing stuff.
|Qtswede ||06-11-2009 11:25 PM |
I just add a little corn oil or cracked corn with the strategy. works great.
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