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Re: sweet feed vs. oats

There are some differences between types, grade oats, etc but not a huge
difference, unless the sweet feed contains added fat or an unusual amount of
corn.  It's not really enough to bother working out exact differences---more
or less the same amount is close enough.  It's not like switching from oats
to corn.

Susan G
-----Original Message-----
From: Pam Johnson <>
To: Susan Evans Garlinghouse <>
Cc: <>
Date: Thursday, February 18, 1999 5:29 AM
Subject: Re: sweet feed vs. oats

>When I was changing my horse from one sweet feed to another, I found there
>was quite a difference in calories per pound.  .Wouldn't this make a
>difference in the amount of oats you would feed? I wanted to increase my
>horse's caloric intake but if  even if you want to keep it the same, I
>would compare the calories per pound of both the sweet feed and the oats.
>Just my 2 cents.
>Pam in MA
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: CASEBEER <>
>>To: <>
>>Date: Wednesday, February 17, 1999 10:39 PM
>>Subject: sweet feed vs. oats
>>okay, really basic newbie question...
>>if switching from sweet feed to oats, would you feed the same
>>For all intents and purposes, yes.
>>Susan G

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