|Ingredient||Per Serving||Per Pound|
|Guaranteed Analysis:||Maintenance/Replenishment Levels per 1000lbs|
|Crude Protein||16150 / 32300 mg||19.00%|
|Lysine||775 / 1550 mg||0.91%|
|DL-Methionine||2650 / 5300 mg||3.1%|
|Cystine||200 / 400 mg||0.24%|
|Glycine||690 / 1380 mg||0.81%|
|Proline||925 / 1850 mg||1.09%|
|Tyrosine||425 / 850 mg||0.50%|
|Phenylalanine||875 / 1750 mg||1.03%|
|Crude Fat (min)||6000 / 12000 mg||7.1%|
|Crude Fiber (max)||15500 / 31000 mg||18.2%|
|Choline||425 / 850 mg||500 ppm|
|Inositol||380 / 760 mg||4471 ppm|
|Biotin||10 / 20 mg||118 ppm|
|Zinc||125 / 250 mg||1471 ppm|
|Copper||46 / 92 mg||541 ppm|
|Iodine||0.6 / 1.2 mg||7.1 ppm|
Feed with a Good Quality Hay and Grain Ration
Farrier's Formula® should be fed with a good quality hay and grain ration. Eliminate any bran from the diet if possible. The phytate and phosphorus content of bran can alter calcium/phosphorus absorption or lead to other mineral imbalances.
One standard measuring cup (237 ml) will deliver 170 grams of product. Two cups (474 ml) will deliver 340 grams of product. Top dress or mix with grain ration.
Top dress or mix with regular feed. For each 1000 lbs (450 kg) of body weight use one measuring cup (170 g) of product per day.
|Body Weight||Daily Quantity|
|500 lbs (225 kg)||1/2 Cup (85 g) per day|
|1000 lbs (450 kg)||1 Cup (170 g) per day|
|1500 lbs (675 kg)||1 1/2 Cups (255 g) per day|
|2000 lbs (900 kg)||2 Cups (340 g) per day|
After feeding for 6 to 8 months, the feeding level can usually be reduced by up to one half (Maintenance Feeding Level). If problems persist, resume feeding at the above "Adult Replenishment" feeding levels.
Feed at the predicted adult weight from the chart above.
Feed 1/4 measuring cup (43 g) per day.
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