|LoveStory10 ||06-25-2010 09:19 AM |
Have they picked up weight?
|draftrider ||06-25-2010 12:11 PM |
Hard to tell. You need to take photos from the same angles to be able to clearly see improvement.
|kchfuller ||06-25-2010 12:48 PM |
They just look like they have more hair to me (in the after picture)... what have you changed about their feed?
|churumbeque ||06-25-2010 12:50 PM |
How much time has passed between pictures? There is not a noticeable difference and if fed proper they can gain fairly quickly
|LoveStory10 ||06-25-2010 12:53 PM |
I took these about a week and a half afterwards. Was that too soon maybe? They really look good now, next time I go I'll take some photos
|kchfuller ||06-25-2010 01:07 PM |
I would wait about a month or a month and a half before you take pictures again...
What have you changed about their diet? Have you given them more hay? Are they on a supplement?
|LoveStory10 ||06-25-2010 01:32 PM |
Their on a special feed called Afriwing, along with their normal Alzu. They get molasis (sp?) blocks in their fields, and lots of hay and/or grass. Thank gosh its winter now, the grass is growing nicely :)
|kchfuller ||06-25-2010 01:39 PM |
Free choice hay is going to be your best bet (and make sure that it is a good quality) ... is the special feed that they get a grain(sweet feed) or a pelleted feed?
|LoveStory10 ||06-25-2010 01:45 PM |
I dont really know hw to describe it. Its kind of like a powder, with bits of both grain and pellets in it. I know that might sound abit odd, but the vet assured me its fine for them. The hay they have is great, its really good quality
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