Barn Bag&reg; Pleasure and Performance Horse Feed Concentrate
I had to switch products for my colt and gave this one a try. He eats it readily, has kept a shine and a good weight and has plenty of energy. I have no plans of switching, again. This supplement is working perfectly for my situation.
April 2, 2013
Good for fussy eaters.
My thoroughbred mare was loosing weight rapidly. She is a very, very fussy eater and would rather not eat if it isn't to her liking. Due to the drought this year, the hay has been of poor quality and she wouldn't eat much. Worst yet, she doesn't like grain, so supplementing her is very, very difficult. Hooray for Barn Bag. After trying so many different supplements, I finally found something she would eat. 2 months later she is still liking it and putting on weight.
September 17, 2012
Great for fat ponies!
Excellent way to get my full-figured Haflinger the nutrition she needs without having to feed so much grain. She eats anything - so I don't know if picky eaters will like it - but it looks appetizing.
July 27, 2012
There wasn't anything wrong with this product and there was not a problem with her eating it, she is just a founder girl and things are not going her way.
June 13, 2012
By the makers of Farrier's Formula
I have had amazing success with Farrier's Formula. I mean, seriously amazing. It's transformed my mare's feet, coat, mane/tail, you name it. So, when she was already doing pretty well after about 6 months, I contacted Life Data Labs, and the originator of the product himself (Dr. Gravlee!) was kind enough to respond to my inquiries. He recommended that since my mare's foot condition was already taken care of, that I should switch to Barn Bag in order to give her more complete nutrition. Unfortunately, after several months on Barn Bag, I noticed a deterioration in her foot condition again, so I went back to Farrier's Formula (FF), and now, several months later, her feet are looking great again. So, I think that in my particular case, my mare (a TB) can't be off of the foot-specific nutrients in FF, and while Dr. Gravlee did say that FF and Barn Bag can be given together safely without overdosing on any particular ingredients (as there are several common ingredients to both products), I can't really afford to give both, especially since Barn Bag is more expensive than FF for the same amount, so I am just planning on leaving her on FF indefinitely, and am just trying to give her different types of hay to ensure she gets enough supplemental vitamins/minerals. Even so, I would still recommend Barn Bag to other owners whose horses do NOT have foot problems, however, as I honestly believe that anything made by Life Data Labs is high quality and backed up by rigorous testing, and their customer service is impeccable!! My picky mare also had no problem eating the Barn Bag or the Farrier's Formula.
February 27, 2012
No Worries with Barn Bag!
My horse is actually a large pony. He is in training so he needs the proper amount of nutrition. Barn Bag is the perfect solution for him. He gets it with whole oats. He thrives on this diet!
January 4, 2012