Scientifically formulated to meet the needs of performance and maintenance horses.
What makes some feeds better than others? What nutrients really make a difference in your horse's health? And how do we deliver the right combination for your animal? Those were our questions. Smart Grain Formulation#TEXT# is our answer.
|Crude Protein, minimum||12.0%|
|Crude Fat, minimum||10.0%|
|Crude Fiber, maximum||10.0%|
|Dietary Starch*, maximum||30.0%|
|Copper, minimum||50 ppm|
|Zinc, minimum||170 ppm|
|Selenium, minimum||0.50 ppm|
|Vitamin A, minimum||5,500 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D, minimum||1,100 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, minimum||100 IU/lb|
|Biotin, minimum||1.6 mg/lb|
|Lactobacillus acidophilus, minimum||5.1 MIL CFU/LB|
|Lactobacillus casei, minimum||5.1 MIL CFU/LB|
|Bifidobacterium thermophilum, minimum||5.1 MIL CFU/LB|
|Enterococcus Faecium, minimum||5.1 MIL CFU/LB|
*NSC (Non-structural Carbohydrates) = Dietary Starch + Sugar
|Life Stage||Activity Level||Lbs Feed per 100 lbs bodyweight|
|Maintenance Horses||Maintenance||0.25 - 0.5|
|Performance Horses||Light exercise||0.6 - 0.75|
|Performance Horses||Moderate exercise||0.75 - 1.0|
|Performance Horses||Intense exercise||1.0 - 1.5|
This product should be fed with 1-1.75 lb per 100 lbs bodyweight of clean good quality hay or pasture equivalent. Forage should be a minimum of 50% of the diet.
Start at the lower feeding level in the guidelines below and adjust to maintain desired body condition and level of performance. Divide the recommended feeding level into 2 or more equal feedings to avoid feeding more than 0.5% BW at one meal.
Do not feed more than 5 LB of this product at a single feeding. Monitor body condition as exercise changes to avoid excess weight gain or loss.