|Type of Product||Premium Bale|
|Additional Information||To maintain product quality and ensure safety, properly store product in a covered, cool and well-ventilated environment. Manufacturer Statement: This product is manufactured in a facility that handles a variety of alfalfa and grasses.|
|Animal Type||Horse, Cattle, Bison, Goat, Sheep, Camel, Llama, Alpaca, Deer, Elk|
|Ingredients||Naturally Sun-Cured Premium Western Alfalfa Forage, Naturally Sun-Cured Premium Western Orchard Grass Forage, Naturally Sun-Cured Premium Western Timothy Grass Forage, Naturally Sun-Cured Idaho Native Grasses|
|Guaranteed Analysis||Crude Protein - Min 12%; Crude Fat - Min 1.5%; Crude Fiber - Max 32%; Moisture - Max 12%|
|Recommended for||Growing (moderate to rapid growth) and underweight horses, horses sensitive to carbohydrates, horses with gastric ulcers, performance horses, late pregnancy and lactating mares, breeding stallions and senior horses|
|Feeding Instructions||On average most horses comfortably consume 2% of their body weight in dry forage per day. This equates to 20 lbs. of dry forage per day for a 1000 lb. horse. Standlee recommends that you weigh the amount of forage provided to each horse to ensure you are feeding the proper amount. This is especially important with baled and compressed forage since similar volumes of forage (a flake for example) vary in weight. Standlee also recommends you cut the bands on compressed bales and allow the bale to expand overnight to avoid overfeeding. Feed Standlee Premium Western Baled or Standlee Premium Western Compressed Forage at a minimum rate of 1.5% of body weight. Gradually increase or decrease the amount of forage to maintain desired body condition. Never feed moldy or insect infested forage to horses. Always provide free-access to fresh, clean water. If you have questions, please contact the nutritionists at Standlee Premium Western Forage®, or consult with your veterinarian.|
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