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Bob White
"Texturized Horse Feeds"
 
    • Textured blend of cracked corn, fully fortified pelleted protein supplement, oats, and liquid molasses
    • Fully fortified with vitamins, minerals and trace minerals
    • Available as 10%, 12%, and 16% protein levels
    • High energy, corn based textured grain mix; oats comprise about 25% of these feeds.
    • Very palatable and aromatic
    • FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS- Feed along with plenty of good quality forages. Always feed more forage than grain. When making any change in grain or forage, be sure to make changes slowly to minimize the chance for digestive upset. Feed according to desired body condition based on the age, sex, reproductive status, work load, and overall general heath of the animal. Follow the chart below as a general guideline for feeding grain:
10%-12% ProteinGrain Mix  
Mature Weight800-10001000-12001200+
Preg. 1st 10 mo4-65-76-8
Preg. Last 30 days5-76-87-9
Breeding Stallion4-85-96-10
Light Work6-87-98-10
Moderate Work8-109-1110-12
Intense Work10-1211-1312-14
Idle Horse3-53-53-5
16% ProteinGrain Mix  
Mature Weight800-10001000-12001200+
Preg. 1st 10 mo5-76-86-8
Preg. Last 30 days6-87-97-9
Lactating-1st 3 mo8-129-1310-14
Lactating-to weaning7-118-129-13
Nursing Foal to 4 mo3# max4# max5# max
Weanling-4 to 64-65-76-8
Growing- 6 to 9 mo5-76-87-9
Growing-9 to 11 mo6-87-98-10
Yearling to 2 yr6-87-98-10
Performance Horse8-129-1310-14
Breeding Stallion5-96-106-10
 
 

 
Bob White
"Complete Horse Pellets"
 
    • Pelleted blend of corn, alfalfa meal and other high quality ingredients.
    • Fully fortified with vitamins, minerals and trace minerals
    • Available as 10% or 12% protein level
    • Medium energy, high fiber complete feed. Designed to be fed with little or no hay in the diet.
    • Ideal for the senior horse that may have difficulty in consuming hay
    • Very palatable and aromatic
FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

Feed according to body condition and the desired finish, taking in consideration the amount of exercise the horse is getting. In order to maintain proper digestive function and to minimize cribbing due to boredom, it is best to feed 4 or 5 times per day. If no hay is fed, use the following chart as a guideline for feeding.
Exercise levels
Maintenance1.5 lb per 100 lb weight
Light Work1.5-2.0 lb per 100 lb weight
Moderate Work2-2.5 lb per 100 lb weight
Intense Work2.5-3.0 lb per 100 lb weight
For best results, considering the digestive system of the horse, hay can and should be fed with this feed if at all possible. Feed a minimum of ONE lb of this feed per 100 lb of bodyweight and monitor body condition relative to the exercise level. Feed along with free choice mineral (Bob White 12% Mineral), salt, and clean fresh water.
 
 

 
Bob White
"Coco-Soy Texturized Horse Feeds"
 
    • Textured blend of cracked corn, fully fortified pelleted protein supplement, oats, and liquid coco-soy oil for those who prefer horse feeds with no liquid molasses
    • Fully fortified with vitamins, minerals and trace minerals
    • Available as 12% or 16% protein level
    • High energy, corn based textured grain mix; oats comprise about 25% of these feeds.
    • Very palatable and aromatic
    • FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS- Feed along with plenty of good quality forages. Always feed more forage than grain. When making any change in grain or forage, be sure to make changes slowly to minimize the chance for digestive upset. Feed according to desired body condition based on the age, sex, reproductive status, work load, and overall general heath of the animal. Follow the chart below as a general guideline for feeding grain:
12% ProteinGrain Mix  
Mature Weight800-10001000-12001200+
Preg. 1st 10 mo4-65-76-8
Preg. Last 30 days5-76-87-9
Breeding Stallion4-85-96-10
Light Work6-87-98-10
Moderate Work8-109-1110-12
Intense Work10-1211-1312-14
Idle Horse3-53-53-5
16% ProteinGrain Mix  
Mature Weight800-10001000-12001200+
Preg. 1st 10 mo5-76-86-8
Preg. Last 30 days6-87-97-9
Lactating-1st 3 mo8-129-1310-14
Lactating-to weaning7-118-129-13
Nursing Foal to 4 mo3# max4# max5# max
Weanling-4 to 64-65-76-8
Growing- 6 to 9 mo5-76-87-9
Growing-9 to 11 mo6-87-98-10
Yearling to 2 yr6-87-98-10
Performance Horse8-129-1310-14
Breeding Stallion5-96-106-10
 
 

 
Bob White
"12% Hi Oats Horse Feed"
 
    • Textured blend of oats, cracked corn, fully fortified pelleted protein supplement, and liquid molasses
    • Fully fortified with vitamins, minerals and trace minerals
    • Medium energy, oats based textured grain mix; corn comprises only about 10% of the mix.
    • Very palatable and aromatic
    • FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS- Feed along with plenty of good quality forages. Always feed more forage than grain. When making any change in grain or forage, be sure to make changes slowly to minimize the chance for digestive upset. Feed according to desired body condition based on the age, sex, reproductive status, work load, and overall general heath of the animal. Follow the chart below as a general guideline for feeding grain:
Mature Weight800-10001000-12001200+
Preg. 1st 10 mo4-75-86-9
Preg. Last 30 days5-86-97-10
Breeding Stallion4-95-106-11
Light Work6-97-108-11
Moderate Work8-119-1210-13
Intense Work10-1311-1412-15
Idle Horse3-63-63-6
 
 

 
Bob White
"Hi Oats w/ Coco Soy Oil 12% Horse Feed"
 
    • Textured blend of oats, cracked corn, fully fortified pelleted protein supplement, and liquid coco-soy oil. For those who prefer to feed a grain ration with no molasses.
    • Fully fortified with vitamins, minerals and trace minerals
    • Medium energy, oats based textured grain mix; corn comprises only about 10% of the mix.
    • Very palatable and aromatic
    • FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS- Feed along with plenty of good quality forages. Always feed more forage than grain. When making any change in grain or forage, be sure to make changes slowly to minimize the chance for digestive upset. Feed according to desired body condition based on the age, sex, reproductive status, work load, and overall general heath of the animal. Follow the chart below as a general guideline for feeding grain:
Mature Weight800-10001000-12001200+
Preg. 1st 10 mo4-75-86-9
Preg. Last 30 days5-86-97-10
Breeding Stallion4-95-106-11
Light Work6-97-108-11
Moderate Work8-119-1210-13
Intense Work10-1311-1412-15
Idle Horse3-63-63-6
 
 

 
Bob White
"Hi-Fat Complete Horse Pellets"
 
    • Pelleted blend of corn, alfalfa meal and other high quality ingredients.
    • Fully fortified with vitamins, minerals and trace minerals
    • Available as 10% or 12% protein level
    • Medium to high energy, high fiber complete feed. Designed to be fed with little or no hay in the diet.
    • Ideal for the senior horse that may have difficulty in consuming hay
    • Very palatable and aromatic
FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

Feed according to body condition and the desired finish, taking in consideration the amount of exercise the horse is getting. In order to maintain proper digestive function and to minimize cribbing due to boredom, it is best to feed 4 or 5 times per day. If no hay is fed, use the following chart as a guideline for feeding.
Exercise levels
Maintenance1.5 lb per 100 lb weight
Light Work1.5-2.0 lb per 100 lb weight
Moderate Work2-2.5 lb per 100 lb weight
Intense Work2.5-3.0 lb per 100 lb weight
For best results, considering the digestive system of the horse, hay can and should be fed with this feed if at all possible. Feed a minimum of ONE lb of this feed per 100 lb of bodyweight and monitor body condition relative to the exercise level. Feed along with free choice mineral (Bob White 12% Mineral), salt, and clean fresh water.
 
 
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