Re: Horse WILL NOT eat his minerals
One can get away with a 10:1:3:3 ratio of iron, copper, zinc and manganese; but really, to prevent issues down the road, I think all horses should be on a 4:1:3:3 ratio. If manganese is high, then use that same ratio with regards to manganese, but don't add any iron, even if it looks like you should.
---In EquineCushings@..., <drumrunner7@...> wrote :
What is the recommended iron, copper, zinc balance for a horse with out IR? IR horses are suppose to be 4:1:4 or less correct?