Equine Junior FeedJunior horse feed
Pure Equine Junior is a complete food for the little ones. The Equine Junior Horse Feed is a complete feed with a controlled diet that gives young, growing horses a strong lead.
Complete Equine Junior® Supplement for horses
Correct nutritional progression depends on good genetic and nutritional conditions. That' s why Purina Animal Nutrition Center PhD equine nutritionists have created Purina Equine Junior® feed to ease the riddle of your expanding equine. It has been designed to give your youngster a competitive edge with the right nutritional equilibrium to support optimum grow and develop.
Because Purina® Equine Junior® feed is a full feed with high value feed, it removes the nutritional variation of grass or grass and encourages a balanced nutrition of weaners and annuals. equine Junior® equine feed is made with purina's patented high-fat Amplify Juice - a mixture of plant oil, linseed and riceseed for an optimum lipid balance to aid growth, luster and flowering.
Begin with the quantities indicated for the horses weights and lives. You can increase or decrease the amount of food by 10% to achieve the required physical status and the required load after a long observation of the animal. Suggested feed rate may need to be adapted by 10 to 15 per cent to keep the horses in top shape.
The Equine Junior® feed is conceived as a total feed. You can also feed good meadows or meadows if necessary, up to a max of 5 lbs per night to alleviate your ailment. Reducing the amount of Equine Junior® feed by 1 lb per 1 lb.
Do not feed more than 1 lb of grass per 100 lb of your horse's total BMW for best results when you feed Equine Junior Inj. The feed rate varies according to height, aging, temperament, condition, weather and activities. Feeds regularly - at least twice a day - with three feeds a day.
Leave the ponies in a neutral stance in large bottom vats at regular or lower heights. Don't feed yourself. Avoid fast feed being eaten by the animal. Reducing and/or retarding the feed of a dog that is warm, aroused or painful, has a temperature or diarrhoea.
The feed change should take place stepwise over a 7 to 10 week time. Any change in feed rates should not be more than 1.0 pounds per diet for each individual animal. Give your equine contact with salts. Examine the horse's mouth every year and see your vet regularly.
The new fodder should be mixed with the old fodder by incrementally adding the amount of the new fodder while reducing the same amount of the old fodder. Feed changes should not be more than 1 lb per feed per horse per year. Don't feed mouldy or bug-affected food to pets, as this can lead to disease, poor health or even dying.