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WB 100™

Pelleted Feed for Performance Horses

FEATURES

  • Highly palatable
  • High levels of useable energy without excessive protein
  • Only vegetable oil added
  • Designed to promote normal gut function
  • Fully fortified with all essential vitamins and minerals
  • Proper nutrient balance for performance horses
  • 42+ lb/bu oats
  • Corn free from aflatoxins and fumonisins
  • Available in ½ inch diameter pellets
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FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

  • Feed approximately ½ to 1½ pounds per 100 pounds body weight per day. The actual amount depends on the individual horse, the level of work, the desired weight gain, the quality and quantity of forage and the season.
  • Always provide good quality forage (hay and/or pasture), salt and clean, fresh water.
  • Do not feed additional proteins, vitamins or minerals except on the advice of a nutritionist.
  • Consult your veterinarian concerning proper health programs and always maintain a good worm control program.
  • For more details on feeding, please see the following table and notes.

FEEDING GUIDELINE FOR WB 100

 

 

Horse

Average Amount of Feed

(lb/day)

Amount of Forage (hay or pasture equivalent)

(lb/day)

 

Light work

 

5

 

15

 

Medium work

 

10

 

15

 

Intense work

 

15

 

10

 

(FEEDING GUIDELINE CONT.)

  • This Guideline is for horses with a mature body weight range of 1100-1300 lb (500‑590 kg).
  • The forage in this Guideline is an average quality mixed hay (12% crude protein & 0.85-0.90 Mcal/lb). If the hay quality decreases, the amount of feed will need to be increased and a higher protein feed may also be required.  Conversely, better quality hay can reduce the quantity of feed needed.
  • Pasture equivalent means at the same moisture content and nutritional quality as the hay.
  • The amount of feed and forage in this Guideline is meant as a starting point. Individual horse needs will vary; therefore feeding should be adjusted per individual.
  • Forage is often best fed free choice.
  • The range of feed required is wide. For “easy keepers” on excellent forage, the amount of feed may be halved.  On the other hand, “hard keepers” on extremely poor forage may need double the amount of feed or must have better quality forage.
  • The amount of feed given at any one feeding should be no more than 0.5% of the horse’s body weight. For example, a 1200 lb horse should be fed no more than 6 lb per feeding and therefore, should be fed twice a day if at medium work and three times a day if at intense work.
  • If, for whatever reason, a horse is fed less than 4 lb of feed per day, a comprehensive supplement such as McCAULEY’s M30® should be considered as an alternative. Please consult McCauley’s nutritionists for more information.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein, Min. ………………………. 10.0%

Crude Fat, Min. ……………………………… 6.0%

Crude Fiber, Max. ………………………… 10.0%

Calcium, Min. ………………………………. 0.50%

Calcium, Max. ……………………………….. 1.0%

Phosphorus, Min. …………………………. 0.35%

Copper, Min. ……………………………… 30 ppm

Selenium, Min. ………………………… 0.40 ppm

Zinc, Min. ………………………………… 100 ppm

Vitamin A, Min. …………………….. 4000 IU/lb

Vitamin E, Min. ………………………. 100 IU/lb

 

INGREDIENTS

Oats, corn, wheat bran, rice bran, dehydrated alfalfa meal, cane molasses, vegetable oil, hydrolyzed vegetable oil (feed grade), calcium carbonate, salt, magnesium oxide, zinc proteinate, zinc oxide, manganese proteinate, manganous oxide, copper proteinate, copper sulfate, ethylenediamine dihydriodide, cobalt proteinate, cobalt carbonate, selenium yeast, vitamin A acetate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin supplement, niacin supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, choline chloride, folic acid, d-calcium pantothenate, and vitamin B12 supplement.

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