Pellet Low Starch Horse Feed

Tucker Milling’s Alfalfa-Oat is an excellent choice for your entire herd. It is low in starch and has adequate vitamins and minerals. It is ideal for horses at risk for colic and founder.

Guaranteed Analysis
Starch Level………14.3%

Crude Protein…………………Min……12.00 %
Crude Fat……………………..Min……..4.00 %
Crude Fiber…….…………….Max…….20.00 %
Calcium………Min. 1.00 %….Max 1.50 %
Phosphorus…………………..Min……….0.50%
Potassium…………………….Min……….0.80%
Copper…………………………..Min……..35 PPM
Selenium……………………….Min……….4 PPM
Zinc……………………………..Min….…..80 PPM
Vitamin A…………………….Min….2300 IU/LB
Vitamin E……………………..Min……90 IU/LB


Ingredients

Wheat Middlings, dehydrated alfalfa meal, rice hulls, ground oats, calcium carbonate, defluorinated phosphate, liquid fat, soy oil, salt, chlorine chloride sulfate, iron, amino acid complex, magnesium oxide, manganese, zinc, ferrous sulfate, manganous oxide, zinc oxide, ethoxyquin (a preservative), mineral oil, niacin supplement, copper sulfate, riboflavin supplement, vitamin e supplement, silicon dioxide, vitamin a supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, sodium selenite, calcium pantothenate, vitamin D3 supplement, menadione dimethylpyrimidinol disulfate, ethylene dihydriodide, biotin, thiamin mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, and folic acid.

Feeding Recommendations

Be sure to use the Body Condition Score System or weigh your horse, in order to evaluate it’s condition. Feed amounts should be adjusted accordingly.
Good quality hay or pasture should be available to your horse. 1.5 to 2.0lbs. Per 100 lbs. of body weight per day.
If you are changing your horse to this feed, mix this feed with what your horse is currently eating, slowly increasing to full amount over a 2 week span.
Make sure your horse has plenty of fresh water and equine mineral available.
We recommend feeding desired amounts in at least 2 equal feedings per day.