Judy L. Meadows <marktime@...>
My vet told me to feed Nutrena Safe Choice Special Care. My greedy horse eats it, but likes his orchard grass hay better. I give him a cup morning and night so I can feed him his supplements. His Remission is with the morning dose and he generally leaves it and some of the pellets. If I put in a handful of mixed grain that I feed sparingly to the other horses he will clean the morning dose out better, but since it isn't his Pergolide, I don't worry too much about it. At night he has salt and ground flaxseed and vitamin E with it. He likes that better, but still prefers the hay. He gets his 2 mg. capsule of Pergolide in an apple core or a prune.
I want to try the Mag Ox when the Remission runs out, but I fear he won't like it. If I dampen the pellets it might stick to them. The Remission does, but that is messy. I'd rather find a dry way to make it palatable. I've tried cinnamon, but that doesn't seem to make a difference.
Judy and Rudy in SWMO
Judy L. Meadows
~in the Missouri Ozarks