Country Acres Horse Sweet 12% Pellet is designed to be fed with hay or pasture to make a complete ration. An economical sweet feed for adult horses formulated with 12% protein with a variety of vitamins and minerals to help balance poor quality hay or pasture.
Crude Protein (min), 12.00%
Crude Fat (min), 2.50%
Crude Fiber (max), 15.00%
Calcium (Ca) (min), 0.60%
Calcium (Ca) (max), 0100%
Phosphorus (min), 0.40%
Copper (min), 20 ppm
Selenium (min), 0.60 ppm
Zinc (min), 100 ppm
Vitamin A (min), 3000 IU/lb
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Feed with hay and/or pasture to make a complete ration for horses. Feed mature horses at the rate of one-half to pound per 100 pounds of body weight, along with one to one and one-half pounds of hay or equivalent pasture per 100 pounds of body weight daily.
Monitor your horse’s body condition closely and adjust intake accordingly. The feeding rate for working horses may need to be gradually increased to maintain body condition. Any changes to the diet should be made with the following considerations.
1. Do not feed free choice.
2. Never feed less than 1% of the horse’s body weight in good quality roughage.
3. Changes in the rate of consumption or type of feed should be made slowly over a period of 7 to 10 days and should not exceed one pound per day.
4. Feed at least twice daily a minimum of ten hours apart.
5. Allow your horse to properly recover from exercise and rehydrate before feeding.
6. Monitor your horse’s condition closely and contact your veterinarian if problems arise.
7. Store feed in a dry, well-ventilated area protected from rodents and insects. Do not feed moldy, insect-infested feed, or feed contaminated by rodent droppings.
8. Always provide clean fresh water.
9. Provide your horse with access to salt.
10. Maintain a regular deworming program.
11. Have your horse’s teeth examined annually.
12 Consult your veterinarian on a regular basis.
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