Re: Hay Testing
This is from Dr. Kellon a post that I saved.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
"Bottom line is that with high risk horses, like IR, always go with wet chemistry.
One thing not emphasized in that article is that for each type of forage it takes 10,000+ samples compared to wet chemistry to create all the equations that cover all the bases.
NIR testing is not officially approved for ESC, starch or trace minerals, even if a lab is NIR certified. These are way too important to take a chance in a high risk horse."
There is a definite difference between what #601 test