A technologically advanced feed rich in fiber, fat, and high-quality protein designed to meet the needs of horses including performance horses, broodmare, stallions, and maintenance horses. The starch has been reduced by the addition of highly digestible soy hulls and beet pulp. Cool Balance does not compromise critical energy needs, but capitalizes on safe and efficient energy sources.
- Highly digestible fibers and added fat for balanced energy
- Electrolyte-balanced to replace elements lost in sweat
- High quality amino acid sources for tissue growth and repair
|Crude Protein, Min.||14.00%|
|Crude Fat, Min.||8.00%|
|Crude Fiber, Max.||15.00%|
|Copper, Min.||50 ppm|
|Selenium, Min.||0.30 ppm|
|Zinc, Min.||175 ppm|
|Vitamin A, Min.||5000 IU/LB|
|Vitamin D, Min.||500 IU/LB|
|Vitamin E, Min.||100 IU/LB|
|See Product Tag.|
|WEIGHT OF HORSE||900 LBS||1000 LBS||1200 LBS|
|Level of Performance:||Lbs Feed/Day||Lbs Feed/Day||Lbs Feed/Day|
|Broodmare- 1st Trimester||3-4||4-5||5-6|
|Broodmare- 2nd Trimester||4-5||5-6||5-6|
|Broodmare- 3rd Trimester||5-6||6-7||6-7|
^ Feed forage at 1.0 – 1.5% of body weight, along with the recommended amounts of Cool Balance.
|Light Work *||Trail riding, low level dressage, Western, Hunter and English pleasure, equitation|
|Medium Work **||Ranch work, cutting, roping, barrel racing, jumping, dressage, etc.|
|Intense Work ***||Race training, upper level three-day eventing, polo|
|Weanlings+ and Yearlings+||Feeding rates are based on expected mature weights.|
Provide fresh clean water free-choice, except immediately following heavy exercise when the horse is hot.
Adjust feed intake to maintain desired weight and body condition. Level of intake will vary depending on season, age of horse, type of forage in the diet, level of activity, and the general condition of the horse.
Feed by weight, not volume.
Do not feed more than 5 pounds of grain in a single feeding. If feeding more than 5 pounds of grain, split into 2 or 3 equal feedings.
Make all feed changes over a 10 – 21 day period, gradually increasing the new feed while decreasing the current feed by equal amounts.
If you acquire a horse whose diet is unknown, feed them hay and reduce the feed ration to a third or half of what you would normally feed that type horse; then, gradually increase over a period of 2 – 3 weeks.
Never feed any feedstuffs that are moldy, musty or suspect in any way as it may cause illness or death.
WARNING: Products which contain added copper should not be fed to sheep or related species that have a low tolerance level to copper.