• 12% protein, 7% fat, 14% fiber.
  • 1,550 calories per lb.
  • Majority of it’s energy is fermentable fiber and fat – avoiding sugar that may result in erratic behavior (hyperactivity).
  • Fat (soy oil) and fiber (beet pulp) – provide horses with an energy-rich diet that also decreases the chances of colic, founder, and tying-up.
  • Yeast culture – to aid in fiber and phosphorus digestion.
  • High levels of antioxidant vitamins – such as vitamin E.
  • Biotin for hoof health.
  • Enhanced vitamin and trace mineral levels.
  • Nutritional info