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Legends CarbCare Senior 50 lb

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Legends CarbCare Senior is a fixed ingredient formula specifically designed for the special nutritional needs of older horses. This easy-to-chew feed provides added fat, digestible fiber sources, and is a perfect recommendation for older horses and those with metabolic issues and sensitive digestive systems. Legends is a premium horse feed line, formulated with advanced technology and the most comprehensive current research for your horse's nutritional needs. Our Legends CarbCare Feeds are low carbohydrate formula feeds meeting the needs of horses who require a diet low in sugars and starches.

SKU
55394211
NAME
Legends CarbCare Senior 50 lb
MANUFACTURER
Cargill Animal Nutrition
BRAND
Legends
FAT
6-8%
FORM
Pelleted
LIFE STAGE
Special Needs
PROTEIN
13-15%
SUGAR
Low
WEIGHT
50.000 lb
DIMENSIONS
4.0000x19.0000x31.0000
MPN
55394211
UPC
722304454036

Features

  • Low Starch and Sugar.
  • Pelleted/Extruded Form.
  • Fixed Ingredient Formula.
  • Add Prebiotic and Probiotic.
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acid Sources.
  • Organic Trace Minerals Including Selenium.
  • Digestible Fiber Sources.

Benefits

  • Recommended for older horses with metabolic issues and sensitive digestive systems.
  • Easy to chew and digest.
  • For enhanced palatability and consistent consumption.
  • Cultures to support digestive efficiency and health.
  • To support coat and hoof condition, muscle and joint performance and immune system function.
  • For improved hoof, coat, skin quality and to support immune system function.
  • To compensate for reduced hay consumption due to reduced chewing ability.

Feeding Directions

TOTAL DAILY RATION

(pounds per day)

900 LBS

Mature BW*

1,100 LBS

Mature BW*

1,300 LBS

Mature BW*

NO EXERCISE

Legends® CarbCare®Senior1,2

Hay or Pasture Equivalent3

 

6-8

4-6

 

8-10

5-7

 

10-12

6-8

LIGHT TO MODERATE EXERCISE

Legends® CarbCare®Senior1,2

Hay or Pasture Equivalent3

 

8-10

4-6

 

10-12

5-7

 

12-14

6-8

 

Crude Protein (Min)
14.00 %
Lysine (Min)
0.60 %
Methionine (Min)
0.15 %
Threonine (Min)
0.40 %
Crude Fat (Min)
7.00 %
Crude Fiber (Max)
18.00 %
Acid Detergent Fiber (Max)
24.00 %
Neutral Detergent Fiber (Max)
41.00 %
Dietary Starch (Max)
15.00 %
Sugars (Max)
5.00 %
Calcium (Min)
0.60 %
Calcium (Max)
1.10 %
Phosphorus (Min)
0.50 %
Magnesium (Min)
0.40 %
Potassium (Min)
0.90 %
Sulfur (Min)
0.20 %
Copper (Min)
50 ppm
Selenium (Min)
0.60 ppm
Zinc (Min)
150 ppm
Iron (Min)
100 ppm
Manganese (Min)
120 ppm
Iodine (Min)
2.00 ppm
Vitamin A (Min)
7,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D (Min)
500 IU/lb
Vitamin E (Min)
150 IU/lb
Biotin (Min)
0.30 mg/lb
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae (Min)
2.8 billion CFU/lb
Lactobacillus Acidophilus (Min)
5.1 million CFU/lb
Lactobacillus Casei (Min)
5.1 million CFU/lb
Bifidobacterium thermophilum (Min)
5.1 million CFU/lb
Enterococcus Faecium (Min)
5.1 million CFU/lb

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