I have been extremely lucky with my vet. He and his staff are really knowledgeable on nutrition and keep up with all the new supplements and feeds and how they affect the horses in their care.
Telling you who to call and ask is answering your question. Do not be too stubborn to realize that.No i have not asked my vet... and i have a nutrisionist in the area i can call but its not cheap..
again, all i asked was if the poundage was too much per meal. far from that i dont need your opinion on who i should call to ask.
Please do not pigeon hole all DVM's. Our practice has a doctor that specializes in pretty much everything. If they don't know, the university is just a phone call or e-mail away.
A vet can do a blood panel to see what the mare is short on. There may be nutrients her body is not utilizing correctly.
Closed.kevin why dont you find something else to entertain your time.. you obviosly have nothing better to do. I on the other hand have to go now. real life calls.
why would this get closed ? i asked for some info and i have recieved it . END.. no need for any more posts.