Nutritionally balanced, controlled starch, all-in-one-feed including hay.
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 is our answer.
|Crude Protein, minimum||12.0%|
|Crude Fat, minimum||3.5%|
|Crude Fiber, maximum||25.0%|
|Dietary Starch*, maximum||16.0%|
|Copper, minimum||25 ppm|
|Zinc, minimum||100 ppm|
|Selenium, minimum||0.30 ppm|
|Vitamin A, minimum||3,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D, minimum||300 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E, minimum||40 IU/lb|
|Biotin, minimum||0.30 mg/lb|
*NSC (Non-structural Carbohydrates) = Dietary Starch + Sugar
|Life Stage||Activity Level||Lbs Feed per 100 lbs bodyweight|
|Maintenance Horses||Maintenance||0.3 - 0.5|
|Performance Horses||Light exercise||0.5 - 0.75|
|Performance Horses||Moderate exercise||0.8 - 1.2|
Use the feeding table as a guide for feeding Triumph Complete Horse Feed. Be sure to monitor your horse's body condition closely and adjust the feeding rate as necessary for the desired body condition and activity level.
If your horse has no dental problems, feed clean, good quality hay at the rate of 1.0 to 1.75 lb (kg) of hay per 100 lb (kg) of bodyweight per day or the pasture equivalent.
For horses who cannot consume roughage properly or who do not have access to adequate roughage sources, feed Triumph Complete at a rate of 1.4 - 2.0% of bodyweight per day, in replacement of roughage.