A higher fat, lower protein pelleted feed for all types of horses.

Feeding Directions
  • Feed along with a minimum of 1% bodyweight in good quality hay or pasture.
  • Mature, Idle Horse – Feed at 0.5% of bodyweight per day along with hay or pasture.
  • Performance and Growing Horses – Feed at 1 to 1.5% bodyweight per day.
  • Pregnant Mares – Feed at 0.5 to 0.75% of bodyweight per day along with hay or pasture.
  • Lactating Mares – First 3 months, feed at 1 to 1.5% bodyweight per day; 4 months to weaning feed at 0.75 to 1% bodyweight per day.
Features and Benefits
  • Lower protein level for improved endurance.
  • Optimal balance of essential amino acids for growth and muscle maintenance.
  • Essential organic minerals support normal bone and tissue growth and maintenance.
  • Essential fatty acids, Omega 3 and 6, for healthy skin and haircoat, top performances and quick recovery.
  • Optimum levels of antioxidants Vitamin E, Vitamin C and Selenium reduce damage from aging and exercise. Also boosts immunity.
  • Added B-complex vitamins may improve appetite and blood cell counts.
  • With Equi-Ferm XL® microencapsulated active dry yeast, acts as both a pre-and probiotic, increases total diet digestibility and improves overall gut health.
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (Min.) 10.0%
Lysine (Min.) 0.8%
Methionine (Min.) 0.25%
Methionine + Cystine (Min.) 0.5%
Threonine (Min.) 0.6%
Crude Fat (Min.) 6.0%
Crude Fiber (Max.) 12.0%
Calcium (Ca) (Min.) 0.65%
Calcium (Ca) (Max.) 1.15%
Phosphorus (P) (Min.) 0.6%
Copper (Cu) (Min.) 60 ppm
Zinc (Zn) (Min.) 200 ppm
Selenium (Se) (Min.) 0.6 ppm
Potassium (K) (Min.) 0.9%
Magnesium (Mg) (Min.) 0.25%
Manganese (Mn) (Min.) 140 ppm
Cobalt (Co) (Min.) 1 ppm
Iron (Fe) (Min.) 235 ppm
Iodine (I) (Max.) 0.8 ppm
Salt (NaCl) (Min.) 0.8%
Salt (NaCl) (Max.) 1.3%
Vitamin A (Min.) 6,000 IU/lb.
Vitamin D (Min.) 800 IU/lb.
Vitamin E (Min.) 100 IU/lb.
Vitamin C (Min.) 22 mg/lb.
Biotin (Min.) 0.50 mg/lb.
Thiamine (Min.) 9 mg/lb.
Riboflavin (Min.) 5 mg/lb.
Omega 6 fatty acids 2.7%
Omega 3 fatty acids 0.2%
Saccharomyces cervisiae (Min.) 435 million CFU/lb.
Direct-Fed Microorganisms (Min.) 700 million CFU/lb.
(Saccharomyces cervisiae, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bacillus subtilus, Bacillus linchenformis, Bacillus coagulans, Enterococcus faecium, Bifidobacterium thermophilum, and Bifidobacterium longum) Cellulase (Aspergillus Oryzae) (Min.) 9.6 Enzyme Units
Protease (Aspergillus Oryzae) (Min.) 12 Enzyme Units
Lipase (Aspergillus Oryzae0 (Min.) 3.6 Enzyme Units
Hemicullulase (Aspergillus Niger) (Min.) 10.8 Enzyme Units
Phytase (Trichoderma reesei) (Min.) 55 FTU/lb.
*An Enzyme Unit is defined as milligrams of substrate liberated/minute/lb. of feed.
*A Phytase Unit (FTU) is defined as the quantity of enzyme which liberates one micromole of inorganic phosphate per minute from sodium phytate at 37°C, 5.5 pH.
This feed contains a dry source of cellulase that breaks down cellulose, a dry source of protease that hydrolyzes proteins and increases the digestibility of protein in soybean meal based diets, a dry source of lipase that hydrolyzes triglycerides, a dry source of hemicellulase that breaks down hemicellulose, and a dry source of phytase which hydrolyzes phytate and increases the digestibility of phytin-bound phosphorous.