If hay is used, reduce amount of feed 1 pound for each 2 pounds of hay fed
Growing Horses: (if fed as sole ration)
Weanling @ 4 Months 400 lbs. 12 lbs/day
Weanling @ 6 Months 500 lbs. 14 lbs/day
Yearling @ 12 Months 720 lbs. 16 lbs/day
Yearling @ 18 Months 880 lbs. 17 lbs/day
Two-Year-Old 1,000 lbs. 16 lbs/day
Hay can be fed to the growing horse but don’t feed more than 6 lbs. of hay/day.
Horses should consume a ration of long stem roughage (hay) equaling 1/2 to 1 lbs. per 100 lbs. of body weight daily. Feed at a regular time each day and split feedings into two separate feedings. Do not feed more than 0.50% of body weight at each feeding. If you are feeding more than 0.50% at each feeding switch to three feedings per day. Provide free choice fresh, clean water at all times except to hot horses that have just been exercised. Offer salt free choice at all times and Heritage Horse Mineral can be fed if desired. Bring horses on to this feed gradually over a 10 day period to give the horse’s digestive system time to adapt to the new ration. Do not feed the growing horses excessive amounts that would produce overweight weanlings/yearlings.
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