Pure natural ingredients. Non-GMO grains, ultra low sugar and no raw starch.
What you feed dramatically affects the health of your horse. Your choice is, do you want a waste by-product horse, or a wholesome ingredient horse. Most horses would never have the opportunity to eat what we feed them. Seeing humans insist on altering a horses natural diet, don’t you think we can at least make it work for them and not against them. The plethora of issues plaguing America’s horses are mostly avoidable. But people have to re-think and not expect the same feed to get a different result.
Supreme quality, low temp dehydrated Alfalfa, chosen for its bio-available calcium, high quality protein and highly digestible fiber.
A staple food for over 500 million people in 30 countries. Once processed, it supplies a high quality nutrient source without common raw starch behavioral changes. This is grain Sorghum, not sugar Sorghum used to make syrup and ethanol.
I choose Timothy grass for it’s contribution to quality nutrition. Accepted as one of the finest grasses available for horse nourishment
Whole soy meal
Whole soy meal has a balanced amino acid profile that compliments the amino acid pattern of Sorghum. The inclusion also supplies viable amounts of essential fatty acids.
Antioxidant rich, rice bran has been the target of long term interest in the well being of those that value abundant energy and longevity. I agree and that’s why it’s in the formula.
Due to its combination of both macronutrient, N, P, K, Ca, Mg, S, and micronutrients, Mn, Cu, Fe, Zn. This special kelp is a powerful addition to my formula. It is also host to cytokinins, auxin-like gibberellins, betaines, mannitol, organic acids, polysaccharides, amino acids, and proteins.
The Feed Tag
A guaranteed analysis is printed on every bag because it is required by law. It does nothing to indicate what the results of feeding the product are going to be. I want the very best for your horse and would love you to make a purchasing decision based on results other horse owners are experiencing, not the feed tag to tags on normal horse feed. I really want you to have wonderful healthy horses. The results I achieve are worth investigating, and I will help you all the way with getting what you deserve.
What do you really want?
At the end of the day, it’s your horses health that’s on the line. The feed decisions you make will affect your horses quality of life and also how long they remain useful and active. Make your horse healthy from the inside out. In the years to come you will reap the benefits of feeding nutrition that makes sense to a horses digestive system. Generally, companies make feed that appeals to people, they are the ones that buy the feed, not the horses. Horses have no say in what they eat, if they did I am sure they would vote Thrive Feed as their feed of choice. Thrive Feed aids in satisfying your horses nutritional needs as the number one priority. When your horse is happy, calm, and content, everyone’s happy. If your horses long term health is a priority, please investigate Thrive Feed results for yourself.
Dehydrated alfalfa meal. Timothy grass meal. Grain sorghum. Whole soybean meal. Rice bran. Dried kelp meal. Calcium carbonate. Salt. Schidigera extract. (Yucca) L-Lysine monohydrochloride. DL-methionine. Potassium sulphate. Magnesium sulphate. Monodicalcium phosphate. Diatomaceous earth. Zinc sulfate. Ferrous sulfate. Copper sulfate. Calcium iodate. Cobalt carbonate. Vitamin E supplement. Niacin. D-Calcium pantothenate. vitamin A supplement. Thiamine mononitrate. (source of Vitamin B2) vitamin B-12 supplement. D-Activated animal sterol. (source of vitamin D-3) Pyridoxine hydrochloride. (source of vitamin B-6) Folic acid. Menadionine sodium bisulfite complex. Manganese methionine complex. Cobalt glucoheptonate.
Crude Fat Min 2.5%
Crude Fiber Max 20%
Calcium Min 0.40% Max 0.80%
Phosphorus Min 0.32%
Salt Min 0.10% Max 0.30%
Copper Min 20ppm
Zinc Min 60ppm
Iodine Min .50ppm
Selenium Min 0.30ppm
Vitamin A Min 2000 IU/lb
Vitamin D Min 300 IU/lb
Vitamin E Min 30 IU/lb