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Lucerne Farms Alfa Supreme Horse Feed, 40-lb bag

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Keep your high-performance horse raring to go with Lucerne Farms Alfa Supreme Horse Feed. This chopped alfalfa hay is ideal for horses who are active, growing, prone to stomach ulcers and even brood mares. It delivers quality digestible proteins for slow-release energy, which sustains your horse throughout the day—combined with the addition of calcium, biotin and yummy molasses, you can be sure he’ll have healthy muscles, strong bones and sturdy hooves. Plus, this low-dust hay won’t cause respiratory irritation!

Key Benefits
  • Contains 15% digestible protein for muscle growth.
  • Promotes sustainable slow-release energy.
  • Perfect for horses at every stage.
  • Low-dust hay supports overall respiratory health.
  • Ingredients are ideal for horses prone to stomach ulcers.

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    40.0 pounds
  • Food Form
  • Special Diet
Nutritional Info

Alfalfa Hay, Cane Molasses, Propionic Acid

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 15 % min
Crude Fat 1% min
Crude Fiber 28 % max
Phosphorus 0.2% max
Feeding Instructions

Feeding as a grain complement mix at a 3/1 ratio. Feeding as a hay replacement feed 1.5-2% of your horses body weight. Feeding as a Fiber supplement add 4-6 lbs of forage to your feeding program.

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    Wonderful product!

    By RockyFellowHorseSanctuary on Dec 1, 2021

    I have adored this product for many many years and I was elated to see it on Chewy. It works wonderfully for added fiber!

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