Equine Senior Horse FeedEquine Senior Horse Feed
Purina's graduate horse nutritionists and veterinarians are constantly exploring new ways to meet the unique needs of ageing equines. Emplify® high-fat ugget and ActivAgebiotic are just two of the Equine Senior ugly horse nourishment breaks. Feed with grass or meadow. Begin with the quantities indicated for the horse's body mass and way of life.
If the horse has been observed for a long while, the amount of food can be raised or lowered by 10% to achieve the required state of the horse's conformation and the required load. 1 lb of horse feed for every 2 lb of extra hey. Do not feed less than 0.3 lbs per 100 lbs of your total daily BMWW.
In the case of a horse that is susceptible to food carbohydrate, please contact a vet or dietician for a suggested nutrition. When your horse has gained too much body mass at this minimal feed intake, you should substitute Equine Senior Plus® formula for Equine Senior Plus® nutrition. When your horse has problems munching or digesting hey, you should substitute Equine Senior to Equine Senior for the specific needs of older animals who can no longer bite and intestines.
Feed levels differ according to tallness, aging, temper, condition, feed grade, weather and activities. Feeds regularly - at least twice a day - with three feeds a day. Leave the horse in a pristine stance in a trough with a large floor at standard or lower heights. Don't feed yourself.
Avoid fast feed being eaten by the horse. Reducing and/or retarding the feed of a horse that is warm, aroused or painful, has a temperature or diarrhoea. Accommodate always a min of 1. 0 to 1. 2 pounds per 100 pounds of good grade, tidy hey or equivalence in the willow.
All feed changes should be carried out step by step over a 7 to 10 working week time. Any change in feed rates should not be more than 1.0 pounds per horse per night. Give your horse entrance to brine. Examine the horse's mouth every year and see your vet regularly.
Perform the feed exchange step by step over a 7 to 10 week time. 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 horse per day.
Avoid feeding mouldy or insect-infested feed to pets, as this can lead to disease, poor nutrition or dead.