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No Grain Platinum | Omega Feeds
New from Omega Feeds is the ultimative grain-free feed for top performers. It' a fiber-based formulation that delivers the power you need without the fizz. The No-Grain Platinum contains a balance of mineral and vitamin supplements to maintain optimal levels of healthy and energetic condition. We know that cereal-based nutrition can cause connective tissue, Laminitis, stomach ulcer, stereotypical and effervescent behavior.
No-Grain Platinum, as the name implies, contains no grain, so the risks of these problems are significantly decreased. Hard Work-1.0 - 1.751.5 - 2.52.0 - 3.02.5 - 3.53.0 - 4.03.5 - 4.5 For use in high-performance sport such as motorsport, versatility and polo/polocross, No-Grain Platinum feeders can be used in combination with oat or extruded/micronized/steamed maize, bars or rices to improve and replenish the storage of glucogen.
The No-Grain Platinum is perfect for:
Cereals are not recommended for feeding the horse.
What happens to the foods you and your horse have? There is a very easy procedure that decomposes all foods into micromolecules and these are carried inside the human organism through the inert but cellular hose. Afterwards, the molecule is supplied to the cell for power generation, design, service and repairs.
What does all this have to do with horse feeds of grain? The transportation of material such as grain is still in its early stages. So as a consequence, we hadn't supplied grain for our ponies from a grocery warehouse to our stable and had piled them up in clean, colourful 50 pounds pouches (easy to pick up for females, as market research has determined) in our groceries after just one telephone call to the shop.
In 1973, when I began with my horse, we brought 96 pounds of oat bags 500 hundred at a stretch to our large ranch in a van. Some years later, a new dietary supplement, "Sweet Feed", an uncontrolled pouch of blended seeds and syrup, came onto the market.
How can 1 doughnut cause a patient to put on extra body mass while staying thin with another one? Let's go back to the concept that foodstuffs are decomposed into molecule and conveyed through the fixed bowel walls. As the TSA agents asking passengers to stand aside for a face-to-face examination of their luggage, some groceries will cause more control in SOME HORS AND HORSE.
Ultimately, the outcome is one thing - the amount of power consumed by the struggle the human organism carries out to prevent these particles from being adsorbed through the world. I have found this exhibition to be uncomfortable and intolerant when I see a horse being brush, girdled, cut or rode (buck, breeding, crow-jumping).
General lack of interest and discomfort in the stable is usual, which can lead to poor behaviour in some ponies, e.g. stepping on the wall and assaulting humans with their tooths. At my clinic, horse ranchers willing to try the two-week no-grain test have seen the removal of all these symptoms of rectal infection in just 3 working nights.
It' important to realize that it can take up to 6 week for the intestinal mucosa to completely recover, so I like it when you try to leave at least 2 week before you determine if your horse is infected by cereals. It' more information to help you better understanding the digestive processes.
That horse is an enduring munch. Proof lies in the horse's body. It is known as a rectal digester, which means that its large intestine is intended for the digestion of fibres (grass). It' also stuffed with billions of germs that ferment the fibre into moulds with ample amounts of power generation and absorbing immune acid to sustain it.
Put in a nutshell, the horse was only allowed to flourish on gras and sea. Where did the brainchild come from to feed grain? I' m not sure, but like the doughnut for a man, grain tastes good for the horse. However, when peasants who used the horse to plough and crop the grain found that giving the horse some oat seemed to help and give them a little more power.
The first disease from this was the "Monday morning sickness", where the horse was given its regular grain penetration on Sunday but not worked. Monday the horse suffered from strong convulsions due to idle milk acids (energy produced by the indigestion of cereals). Today we call this binding or EPSSM (Equine Polymysaccharide Storing Myopathy), which has a genetical element in many workhorses.
Nowadays we have several illnesses with name that are dripping off the horse owners' tongues everywhere: resistant toinsuline, metabolism disorders, adiposity, physical conditions of 8 or 9, Cushing's and of course paralysis as a result of low proteins and overweight. Like with any kind of infection, it is NOT the amount of the cause, but the PRESENCE of ANY amount in some equines.
How about the unfortunate guardian, who does not put on much weight if he is given as much grain as possible? Well, the key is he's on fire. There is more amount of equine power used to keep the grain away than the amount of power generated by the grain's metabolism.
Net negativity of power usage will occur, prompting the horse to use fats and muscles to sustain it. The removal of all the grain from these animals actually causes the horse to gain ground. Without grains, what is the 2-week long game? Fetch a diary and select the starting date and plot all your horse observation, as well as your bodily and behavioural one.
In this case take all the grain out of the horse's food (no need to wean - just stop all at once). Only feed food containing potable mineral salts (no additives), grasses and fodder (grass and pulses such as alfalfa). Her horse may have gone through a behavioural deprivation at feedingdate, but this will go away after about 2 workdays.
So if you are insisting on time-controlled food (again they are continual feeders, so the idea of eating breakfasts or dinners makes no difference to them), then provide a "meal" of a few lucerne dice that are either dried or saturated. Also, take away all dietary supplements as most of them contain grains of some kind.
Decide for yourself about the wheather or do without the feeding of grain to your horse. Challenging you does not cost you anything and I have no other purpose in you than to give you an idea of the changes your horse is going through. It is interesting to note that in most cases the horse does not need any additional grass to keep his state.
Actually, most of them begin to put on weight and become softer. Browse the testimonials of homeowners who have mastered the challenges (and be sure to include your own to include them). 1 ) Caution should be exercised with very old stallions (25 years and older) as chronical infection can cause them to lose a lot of their weight without cereals.
On these occasions, a medium-chain trigger glyceride should be used for fatty acids to provide non-flammable added energies. CoolStance®, a coir nut grist, I suggest is a good way to provide non-inflammatory power. Begin with pounds and work slow up to no more than one quid for a fully-fledged horse.
At the end - use your eyes to rate each horse on the No-Crain-challange. Failing that for your horse will make it easy and trouble-free to return to what you did. Even more important, if it works and the nasty things go away in your horse, but you want to put in additions, you need to look through the etiquette and find a little to no cereal addition.
Where all this additional maize is going? On the new frontier opened by agriculturists 30 years ago - horse owner. For 2 week, no costs for you, better horse - a piece of cake.