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It' a winning equation: Favourite Horse Food for DIYers
Someday when I was looking for a new crop for my horse on my favourite horse feed brand's website, I looked at the grains of the crop I was feedin'. First thing I saw were some of the things I recognized: turnip escalopes, linseed, ice cream, plant oils, to name but a few.
He seems to be in good health, he seems even, but he is also full of things I don't really want to pump into my horse's system. Collect any supplements from the shelves of your feed shop and there is a good chance that one of the first components will be a detectable ingredient such as fluff, riceinseed, etc.
So, it made me wonder if those foods are the major component like flax, then why am I not just recruiting flax? It was a long study trip to develop my own horse feed, made from pure nature, without sugar or artificial additives.
It' my own research. Please check for yourself whether one of these foods is suitable for your horse before you try it out on your horse's nutrition. First, the horse is conceived to be able to graze the whole year. All my horsemen have daily acces to hay/grass.
And, of course, your horse should always have access to clean drinking mineral waters. In any case, it is best to feed small amounts of avlfalfa, so it is a good basis for your food. The lucerne closes this hole because most of our ponies are lacking proteins in a food-based nutrition. When your horse has a beautiful stomach but no upper line, it means it needs more proteins in its nutrition.
And the high level of phosphorus in lucerne is the ratio of phosphorus in your grain ("rice bran", see below). Reiskleie: Stabilised ricemix is a sure and tasty way to add energy to your food. Flaxseed whole: Flaxseeds are rich in omega-3s and improve the general horse condition.
Also strengthens the immunity system and can help to control the functioning of the glands, making it an excellent complement for metabolism and ageing of the horse. It' best to feed these little fellas whole. They begin to degrade as soon as they get in contact with water and air, so they have already depleted when they are grinded and thrown into the feed bowl.
The majority of consumers use plant seed in their feed. In general, not enough fats are added to the horse's nutrition, which is why most horse breeders use it. Plant is the most abundant easy for the inexpensive costs. Ethereal fats are found in most plant fats, but are often degraded by refinement and treatment or broken down by free radical.
Diets high in coir oils can increase the effectiveness of edible fats by up to 100%. The horse with good teeths and good tooth hygiene chews and digests the whole oats and leaves only shells in the dung. And there are also astonishing advantages for the horse's footwidth!
In order to make sure my horse gets the right vitamin and mineral, I give my horse a 12:12 Purina Free Balance bloc together with a small piece of grazing salted rock. Each horse is different, so research and adapt your level to the needs of your horse.
This way she gets less paddy bran than the other stallions and more oat. Hopefully this item will arouse your curiosity and inspire you to explore what penetrates your horse and develop your own "formula for success". Please mail me a full colour horse trailers booklet from Featherlite.