Feed at regular times at least twice daily with three daily feedings preferred. Feed
according to the amounts shown below which are based on the weight of your horse
and their level of work. The maximum amount to feed/feeding is 5 lbs/1000 lbs of
For Performance Horses: Feeding a calorie dense feed will supply the extra energy
needed by an equine athlete without increasing the cereal grain portion in their
diet. Research has shown that added fat (oil) will provide horses with a source of
readily available energy that will increase endurance during competition, and reduce
recovery time afterwards. This is due to the "glycogen sparing effect" created, which
helps maintain nerve and muscle function. Endurance 101 is formulated to be the only
grain portion of the diet.
For Sensitive Stomachs and after Colic Surgery: Because extruded feed is thoroughly
cooked, it is very easily digested. Therefore, it is recommended to be fed to all
horses prone to colic and after all types of stomach or intestinal surgery.
For Older Horses: As all horses get older, their ability to digest and absorb certain
nutrients decline. Because extruded feed is so easily digested it is recommended
for all horses in their late teens and over 20 years of age.
FREE CHOICE THE FOLLOWING:
1) Buckeye Harvest Salt
2) Buckeye Grass Plus® Mineral and Vitamin Mix -with grass or mixed hay