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Date Posted: 12:57:25 04/19/09 Sun
Author: GH
Subject: Feed
In reply to: Brigitte 's message, "FEED ISSUE" on 14:59:54 04/17/09 Fri

Have you had him tested for espm? Usually ther is no prob with them gaining weight. I'd feed oil, etc before I'd feed one that much grain.

>I have a 4 year old friesian gelding. He is baroque
>build and is under weight. I am currently feeding him
>4 pounds of pellets per day along with six flakes of
>hay. His trainer wants me to switch him over to 7
>pounds of sweet feed a day along with hay. I am new to
>this breed and I cant understand why some people
>believe sweet and large amounts of it is bad for
>friesians. What type of grain and the amount is safely
>recommended for young, working friesians?

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