Feed at regular time each day. Feed up to approximately 8 lbs. of 12% PLUS HORSE PELLETS along with forate or pasture. Working horses should be fed one or two hours before work along with 1/3 of diet in roughage (hay). The balance of roughage should be fed after working. Horses should consume roughage (hay) equaling 1 to 1 1/2 lbs. per 100 lbs. of body weight daily. Broodmares should be fed twice daily. Keep clean fresh water available at all times. Keep stalls clean and fresh. Do not overfeed or water which can cause founder or colic.
Warning: This product contains added copper. Do not feed to sheep or any species with low tolerance to copper.
Big V Horse feeds are designed with only quality ingredients formulated using a fixed ingredient approach to insure a consistent nutritional product. Whether your horse is a working horse, companion pet, broodmare, or competes in equine events, Big V has the feed to provide the balanced nutrition needed to excel and maintain proper growth.
***A Balanced Nutritional Package***
A combination of fermentable fiber and carbohydrates that provides sequential energy release necessary to meet the energy requirements of actively competing mature horses and pleasure-riding horses fed good quality roughage.
B vitamins to help promote and regulate several body functions, and added biotin to provide hoof strength and integrity.
Contains quality protein needed for cellular building blocks of enzymes, hormones, tissues and skeletal framework necessary for performing horses.
Remember, young growing horses and pregnant mares are more sensitive to protein quality than mature horses because of the physiological differences.
Adequate intake of balanced minerals in available forms and vitamins with natural tocopherols helps to ensure normal cell function, antioxidant protection of membranes and structural tissue integrity.
Minerals play a critical role in numerous metabolic functions including immunity, reproduction, lactation, growth and development.
Negative effects from stress are reduced when horses have adequate trace mineral status with readily available minerals.
A good feeding program is based on the weight, activity level, life stage and body condition of the horse that keeps it healthy and productive, and it is only as effective as the quality of management practices.