Triumph Fiber Plus Textured Horse Feed 50 lb
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Triumph Fiber Plus Horse Feed is a controlled starch, nutritionally balanced beet pulp-based high fat feed for mature horses of all activity levels. It offers a controlled starch formula with prebiotics for healthy digestion, Lysine and Methionine support muscle development and recovery, and organic trace minerals and biotin support quality hooves and hair coats
The following feeding directions are guidelines to maintain desired body condition and performance. Feeding rates need to be adjusted according to the horse’s body condition and activity level. Divide the recommended daily feeding rate into 2 or more meals per day and feed with good quality hay or pasture equivalent at the rate of 1.0-1.75 LB per 100 LB bodyweight or kg per 100 kg bodyweight to provide a minimum of 50% of the diet from forage. Performance horses may benefit from being fed more frequently. Do not overfeed growing horses to excess body condition. Start at lower feeding levels outlined below and adjust to maintain desired body condition.
Class of Horse / LB feed per 100 LB bodyweight
Maintenance 0.25 - 0.50
Performance Horses: Light Exercise 0.50 - 0.75 Moderate Exercise 0.60 - 1.00 Intense Exercise 0.75 - 1.50
Pregnant Mares: First Two Trimesters 0.25 - 0.50 Last Trimester 0.50 - 0.75
Lactating Mares: Early Lactation 1.00 - 1.50 Late Lactation 0.75 - 1.00
Stallions 0.50 - 0.75
Clean water should be available at all times. Horses that have been exercised should be cooled out and re-hydrated properly before being fed and before having access to unlimited water.
CAUTION: Store feed in a clean, cool, and dry location. Storage area should be free of insects and rodents. Do not allow animals access to feedstuffs that show signs of insect or rodent infestation. Do not allow animals access to hot or moldy feedstuffs at any time. CAUTION: Follow Label directions. Feeding added selenium at levels in excess of 0.30 ppm in the total diet is prohibited