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Re: nutrition in foundered horse
I'm guessing it is in an attempt to obtain more protein and nutrients from
less feed because, in reality, Purina Strategy is designed to be a
supplement added to regular feed, not a feed in and of itself.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Jeff and Anita Carlson <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, October 24, 1999 6:57 AM
Subject: RC: nutrition in foundered horse
> Hi Everyone,
> this is a question for a friend. She has a chroincally foundered horse
> (TWH 8 yr old gelding) and is having a hard time finding a good farrier.
> I'm trying to hook her up w/ mine but she dosnt have a trailer to get
> there. Anyway, she spoke to him and he is going to look at her horse but
> also told her to change her feed program. he advised feeding Purina
> Stratagy which is 14% protien.
> He said this horse needs much more protien. he now is on grass hay and
> couple handfuls of oats.I dont want to piss my farrier off by asking him
> directly his reason for this, since I seem to second guess him a lot and
> finally he told me to just shut up and ride and dont worry about my
> horse's shoes... ):
> What do you think about this high protien? I told her from my experience
> w/ endurance horses it would be way too much.
> Would there be some reason foundered horses need higher protien?
> Anita Carlson
> S. Georgia
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