WE RECOMMEND TRIPLE CROWN SAFE STARCH

Based on your horse’s needs, we recommend you try Triple Crown Safe Starch Forage, it supplies the horse with its’ entire diet – forage as well as vitamins and minerals. The product is 6% fat and contains the EquiMix technology found in all Triple Crown feeds. The grass hay used in Triple Crown Safe Starch is specially selected for low NSC levels and the product is molasses and grain free.

OTHER GREAT OPTIONS FOR YOUR HORSE

Naturals Premium Alfalfa Forage Cubes

Designed to be a good all around feed without using any GMO based ingredients or soy products.

Lite

Designed for the easy keeper getting very little to eat.  Increased vitamin, mineral, prebiotic and probiotic nutrition to ensure the horse is getting the optimum levels.  Weight may need to be controlled by exercise or fiber intake.

30% Ration Balancer

Designed for the easy keeper or horses just on pasture.  Increased vitamin, mineral, prebiotic and probiotic to ensure the horse is getting the optimim levels.  Weight may need to be controlled by exercise or fiber intake. Also used when you just want to boost nutritonal content of any diet or when you are not feeding enough of another diet.

The amount of feed fed is critically important to assure all the nutrients provided by Triple Crown. However, a recommended amount for each feeding situation is impossible as each farm has different turnout and hay and each horse is an individual. Feed the amount of feed required to develop or maintain the body condition you desire for your horse. Here are basic minimums and maximums for feeding Triple Crown products. Feel free to call, chat or email with additional feeding questions.

30% RATION BALANCER

Minimum 1/2lb. for ponies and 1lb. for horses to a maximum 1 1/2 lb. for ponies and 3lb. for horses.

LITE

Minimum 1 lb. for ponies and 2 lb. for horses to a maximum of  3 lb. for ponies and 4 lb. for horses.

SENIOR, COMPLETE, GROWTH, LOW STARCH, NATURALS AND TRAINING

Minimum of 3 lb. for ponies and 5 lb. for horses with no maximum. However avoid feeding more than 0.5% of  body weight per feeding.