Wrangler Horse FeedForage Wrangler
For example, a 1,000 lb horse should be given at least 15 lb Wrangler per diem. When little or no food is consumed, we suggest that you feed Wrangler at least four (4) meals a days to help keep the bowel functioning normally and relieve unstable vice associated with the dull.
To decrease the amount of grass you feed instead of eliminating it, you can cut the amount by 50% as long as at least 1 pound of Wrangler per 100 pounds of your total diet per day. Feeding at least twice a day, preferably three a day.
Feeds should be given in the quantities indicated below, depending on your horse's load and workload. Feed you hay: This diagram shows the amount of wrangler to be fed in lbs/day, with the min and max displayed with the min (in brackets) of the min and max pounds of dailyy.
Wrangler quantity to be wrangler feed in lbs/day, where min and max are displayed when feeded as a package diet. When the horse has trouble munching or ingestion, you can add a little bit of puree. Feeding as a full food* if the horse has difficulties keeping his body weight or not to shed his fur as at a young age.
FREE SELECTION, ESPECIALLY IF THE FEED IS BELOW THE RECOMMENDED VALUES: