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A balanced horse conditioner with the needed goodness to keep all types of horses in peak condition while maintaining calmness.
For improved top line, muscle tone and a glossy coat for horses in light to medium work.
Weight Lifter is formulated to provide the necessary digestible energy along with soluble fibre. It also helps maintain a shiny and glossy coat, healthy skin and bright eyes and promotes optimal growth and development of the musculo-skeletal system.
Weight Lifter is suitable for all classes of horses engaged in various types of exercise.
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Crude Protein 17.2%
Crude Fat 8.5%
Crude Fibre 10.1%
Digestible Energy 15.8MJ/kg Dm
Extruded Cereal Meal, Lucerne Chaff, Oaten Chaff, Horse pellets, Rice Pollard, Trace Elements , Black Sunflower seeds, Malt extract, Salt, Vegetable oils.
Morning Feed Directions:
Weight Lifter should be used to supplement good quality Grass Hay (preferably not Lucerne) and grazing pasture.
For Conditioning, feed approximately 1% (400kg horse = 4kg’s per day) This may vary with each horses work rate and or condition, and other available sources of food.
For Maintenance, follow instructions above but decrease Weight Lifter to 2kgs and add 2kgs of Oaten or Wheaten Chaff to mix.
We recommend this feed should be dampened and mixed thoroughly before use. I.e. For every 4 scoops of feed, add 1 scoop of water. Should be Damp and Crumbly when fed.
Night Feed: (Well after exercising)
Feed him as much grass hay as he can eat. By that we mean if you give him 4 biscuits tonight and it’s all gone tomorrow morning, then give him 5 biscuits the next night and so on and so forth until there is just a little left the next day, and then you will know how much he needs. This amount will vary from week to week and month by month. So just let him tell you how much hay he needs each night. opcje binarne za darmo (Please note, do not feed Lucerne Hay, as Lucerne should never be fed to Horses as a sole ration, it should only be fed as part of a balanced hay ration with other White Hay)
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He will come up to size in 4 to 6 to 8 weeks depending on his metabolism and how much he is being worked. When he is at the size you want him to be, you will feed less Weight Lifter straight from the bag i.e. you will feed http://stadsmagasinet.se/blog/tag/aliens/ 2 kg of Weight Lifter and add 2 kg of http://medeniyetvakfiadana.com/?baewr=trading-in-opzioni-pdf&377=ed Oaten or Wheaten Chaff (not Lucerne) into the mix, which will shandy down our food to the right level for when the horse is at optimum size. This may of course vary from season to season depending on what grass is around and how much work he is doing and so on. The hay at night will stay the same and be regulated by the horses own requirements.
http://azortin.pl/?rtysa=opcje-binarne-bankier.pl&1b3=18 Generally feeding tips:
Please feed him as close to the ground as is possible, fence hanging feed bins are not recommended, and most importantly keep his water supply clean at all times. Worming should be carried out in conjunction with all other horses at the property at the same time. When changing over to a new feed it should be done slowly over a few days.
When conditioning a horse it is important not to over work him, so the rule of thumb is “Any excess energy that is not used turns into fat” So if he is being worked during this time it is best to just work him until he breaks a little sweat on the neck and then start his warm down.
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