|Top Ingredients||Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Beet Pulp, Soybean Hulls...||Ground Beet Pulp, Soybean Hulls, Soybean Oil...||Steam Rolled Barley, Whole Oats, Shredded Beet Pulp...||Dehydrated Alfalfa Meal, Beet Pulp, Soybean Hulls...||Soybean Hulls, Plain-Dried Beet Pulp, Cane Molasses...|
|Special Diet||Low NSC, High Fiber, High Fat||High Fat||High Fat||—||Low NSC, High Fiber|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Skin & Coat Health||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Recovery||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Skin & Coat Health, Recovery||—||Calming, Digestive Health, Vitamins & Minerals|
|Food Flavor||Fruits & Vegetables||Herbs & Spices, Molasses||Fruits & Vegetables||—||Fruits & Vegetables|
My horse loves this feed but for some reason the price for it on Chewy is so much higher than that of the manufacturer or anywhere else (Family Farm and Home). It is such a shame because I would much rather buy it from Chewy.
I am able to get most of the Tribute line of feeds which I am feeding. I am not able to get the Seniority Sport, which is the low starch but high fat that I am looking for to help my senior mares top line. So far I am very happy with this feed.
This feed is great, but the ingredients are no accurate on chewy. Make sure you check the ingredients from the actual company.
I hope Chewy can find out who the driver is. He always puts my delivery in my barn stacked up nice and neat.
My girl is not food motivated and can take or leave her dinner any day. She’d always rather be playing ball. I ordered this on a whim because I saw a trainer say dogs enjoy working for their food. It took a couple of minutes for her to learn how to use it and be motivated to play with it. But once she got the hang of it I am able to mix her regular kibble with freeze dried kibble and she plays with it until it’s empty. I do wish it would put out smaller portions at a time (you can adjust it but it still spits out quite a bit). But overall, if you have a dog who needs a job this is a great tool.
This feed is great for keeping weight on a senior horse. My horse loved the taste, and it kept him looking great. I love Tribute products, and I have had great success with all I have tried, but I feel it is misleading at best, and entirely false at worst, to label this low NSC. This is approximately 16.5%, and most sources use 12% as the threshold for being a "low NSC grain." After I looked into the actual percentage, I was shocked that such a reputable company would label this low NSC. I had to take my EMS horse off the grain, and his chronic laminitis improved shortly thereafter. Love the product - it does it's job! But it is not low NSC, and it was hurting my horse. Tribute, please consider removing this from your label.
My horse loves this stuff. Cleans up every morsel. I always worry about colic with him but the beet pulp appears to be keeping everything moving.
When the feed arrived . It was old and dried out . My guess is the stock is not rotated as it should be .
Adds more energy without making your horse hot. Tribute is one of the highest quality feeds available based on science.
I love Tribute horse feeds, particularly the ones in pelleted form. With so many horses developing insulin resistance issues later in life, it's essential to be able to provide them with all the nutrients and calories they need without all the added sugar and starch. The beet pulp based, pelleted feeds are a much healthier alternative to so many "senior feeds" that are loaded with molasses and vegetable oil. After extensive research, I haven't found anything that compares to the quality and nutritional content of Tribute feeds. My mare love it and it smell great too !