Farnam's Vita Plus

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Farnam's Vita Plus

Postby ArrowHBrand » Sat Jun 09, 2007 6:48 am

Has anyone had experience with Farnam's Vita Plus? My wife and I bought a yearling stallion we plan on showing this summer just at a couple of local shows. He was a little skinny when we got him so we have been feeding him well and now started giving him Vita Plus and a little corn oil.
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Postby chippie » Thu Jun 14, 2007 7:22 am

We've been feeding Direct Action's Orange Superior Vitamins for a couple of years and this spring put our yearlings and adult show horses on their Hair Oil.

The results and horses' condition is better than when I used corn oil. The Hair Oil is a blend of oils. The horse's love it.

http://www.feeddac.com

PS. When we started feeding the Orange Superior, we saw a noticible difference in our horse's weight, bloom and condition within a couple of weeks. The hoof quality improved too.
It is good stuff.
BTW, we feed Purina Horseman's Edge 12% pelleted feed - no sweet feeds.
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