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Re: [RC] Pelleted Feeds - Joe Long

On Wed, 5 Feb 2003 22:40:39 -0700, "Heidi Smith"
<heidi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

The pelleted feeds that tend to be damp and tacky (Equine Senior as an
example) are not as risky as the dry ones, but I'm with Susan--soak them if
at all possible, and DEFINITELY soak them at rides.  It isn't as odious as
it seems to soak them--our geriatric diet (beet pulp, alfalfa pellets, and
Equine Senior) is ready to eat about 10 minutes after one adds water.

That's essentially what Kahlil gets, except that we use a product out
of North Dakota named "Woody's Senior."  We can't use a "free choice"
product, alas, because Sanshra would just steal it all.  We have to
separate them at feeding time (three times a day, four in severe


Joe Long

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