Re: Feed XL

Maxine McArthur

Hi Cari
There has been some discussion of FeedXL in previous messages if you do a search. It doesn't take into account a few of the ratios we like to include, but if you upload your own hay results it can be useful to check the hay analysis against locally available feeds. Personally I just use it as a feeds database. 
If you have a hay analysis, you would likely get a better balanced diet by contacting one of the people who do balancing, in our Files. They know what elements to take into consideration for our compromised horses. HAY BALANCING (
Or, best of all, you could take Dr Kellon's "NRC Plus" online course and learn how (and why) to balance the diet yourself. That course was the best money I ever spent on my horses!

Maxine and Indy (PPID) and Dangles (PPID)

Canberra, Australia 2010
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