I have been feeding this to my horses since they were weanlings and they are now healthy robust 15 yr olds. I do not need any additional supplements. This takes care of all of their nutritional needs. Highly recommend.
Bogo free was awesome for a December gift..Merry Christmas!
I was introduced to GroNWin when I had my old horse at a boarding barn in Ohio. After leaving that barn I kept him on it since he was a super easy keeper and didn't require any concentrate with his forage availability. Unfortunately my old guy has since passed, but I have made a move to South Carolina and gotten a new horse. The new horse does require some concentrated feed to maintain weight, but he still doesn't receive the "recommended" amount so I feed this as a top dress and the vet always compliments how shiny and healthy his hair coat looks! I am also feeding this by weight recommendation to a mini horse who I have to be very careful about how much forage he even gets so I am happy to know he is getting his nutritional needs met through this balancer. I will always recommend GroNWin to anyone who has an easier keeper that still needs nutritional requirements met!
While we are still in the "change over mode" introducing this product to horses, so far there have been no problems. Horses seemed to like it and did not turn up their noses at first introduction. We are still on the half & half while we use up former feed and it will be awhile until are on it 100%. They don't require a lot of grain. However, in comparing ingredients to former feed, Buckeye Gro 'n Win seems to cover everything we need and not an excess of other ingredients that are unnecessary in their case, and it should work out fine. (Note: My horses are on 24-hr free range pasture and hay (orchard grass/fescue) as needed when weather is bad and pasture is thin or covered with snow, and only get a heaping cup of grain once a day so they can get their regular supplements. It works for us. )
I am super satisfied with Buckeyes Gro 'N' Win pellets. I'm feeding 4 horses on it ranging in sizes and age. *Merlin Pendragon is a orphan foal raised on a bucket from 7 days old. He is now 5 months and has completely weaned himself off the ultra 24 milk replacer for the Gro 'N' Win pellets. *Flying Pegasus is pushing 30 years old and missing teeth. He is getting the Gro 'N' Win and Ultimate finish 25 and in 1 week we saw a huge change in his weight. *Jewelers Man is 22 and he's on it to help his coat stay smooth and shiny as well as help grow his mane and tail and he's looking amazing. *Belle is a 22 registered Clydesdale. Her tail is docked but since adding the Gro 'N' Win to her feeding she tail has gotten much longer and her mane is amazing. All my horses love the pellets and I'd recommend them to anyone. However I do wish they would come in a larger bag. Feeding 4 horses lile mine the 30 lb bags don't last long.
Works well. Helps to supplement coastal hay that I'm not able to get tested since I board. Works out to be cheaper than any ration balancer I can find locally.
My 5 year old has been on this for about a month. He loves it, iy smells good and seems to be doing well on it. Switching to this allowed him to go grain free which is a new concept for me.
I use this for our 2 ponies on this as a ration balancer. It makes their coat look nice. I add this as a topline supplement for our foster pony. I also love that it contains a good amount of vitamin E.
I bought this as a ration builder for my horses who only get grass in summer. Coming out of winter both were on the ribby side this product in just a week I noticed a difference in my senior gelding and 2 year old mare. She's looking silky and filled out. Gelding is gaining his top line back. Both seem more energetic and alert on this.
Great product! My horses love it! :) "Nicker" for it when they see me!