He should be ok and it’s probably a sure bet, he will grow tired of this too:)
A couple of other things to have in your back pocket:
1. Coconut oil if you have to tried it yet. Even though 3/4 of the fat amount is saturated, the chain of fat is different, according to this link. https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/art....php#nutrition
It also contains Vitamin E.
You want virgin coconut oil. I bought mine at GNC. You only need 1-2 tablespoons.
The kicker is keeping it melted from the house to the feed pan— even where I live. I melt it in a half cup container with a lid, in the microwave. Wrap in a washcloth or kitchen towel.
Get the entire supplement stuff stirred and ready to eat, then pour the oil over top. Even if it’s a bit too warm out of the microwave, it won’t be by the time it gets to the feed pan.
2. Another option that would be pricey because you would have to pay shipping, is to look at suitable products on line. If you kept a 40# or 50# bag of something in the house, it would last longer. Or maybe a company would agree to send you a ten or twenty pound sample bag of something.
One of the company’s I like is McCauley’s. I used their M-10 balancer for a year but stopped due to having to special order it and then drive forty “you-can’t-get-there-from-here” miles to get the product.
The last order the store owner forgot to call in:(. I had four horses back then, so shipping costs would have put me deeper in the horse poor house. That’s when I found HorseTech and started using Timothy pellets.
For the amount you need for Ice, McCauley’s may have something that will work and might have a dealer in your general area. McCauley Bros
Their website comes up “not secure” on my IPad, so I wouldn’t order on-line from them. They do have an 800 number. They are based in Kentucky.
After this, I’m out of ideas, unless you go full circle and start again with the first product you used that Ice stopped eating, lollol. I’ve seen picky horses but I’m pretty sure Ice wins the big prize, lol