horse feed whats the best

Which would you drink?


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Coffee_Bean

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Totally depends what you want it for!! I use dengie, mollichaff and baileys with great results
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This is a bit random, isnt it? Baileys No 4 is excellent for keeping weight on the Moose over the winter...but I wouldnt have fed it to my last loan pony. He was on mollichaff when he came and was like a small rocket as a result, but on the other hand, my current loan horse is on mollichaff as well, and doing beautifully on it, no nuttiness at all !
 

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They are all major companies and to be honest I wouldn't say one company was better that the other. I would be happy to feed my horses any of those brands.
There are of course many other good feed companies not listed on your poll.
 

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I don't go by brand - I choose the right food to match a horse's individual requirements, regardless of manufacturer.

At the moment I feed Baileys, plus some straights. In the past have also used Spiller's, Dengie and Dodson & Horrell, all with satisfactory results for the horses concerned.
 

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Ditto ali_m I love Allen and Page feeds, and they have just been given the Royal seal of approval.
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However, having said this it depends on the horse and its workload and requirements each one is unique in what they need. I also use Dengie and Spillers.
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Tnavas

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I prefer to make up my own using basic feeds and a good horse balancer. I personally don't like all the weird additions to processed feeds such as wheat and soy products.
 
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