Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: New Orleans, La
I love Seminole feeds, but my horse doesn't, I tried the Seminole Wellness and Beaux lost condition and was not his normal laid back self. Depending upon how long you have been feeding Seminole, it could be worth a look at your feed program.
I tried a couple of other feeds (Nutrena also makes Beaux hot, and the Healthy Edge by Purina left Beaux with dry/flaky skin) and now I'm trying out Manna Pro's horse feed and it's too early on to say there is a big difference, although the flaky dry skin is clearing up.
Alfalfa is doubtful on making your horse hot, it can happen, so it is up to you if you want to change out the alfalfa cubes, add some beet pulp and some added fat to help with weight. The Spring Crazies are always a fun part of shaking off the winter :)