Supplements for two year olds

Supplements for two year olds

Post by Michael » Tue, 19 Nov 1996 04:00:00


This may be a the second time, I've posted this because I switched
providers. I'm looking for a new supplement for a two year old who
I'm trying to get to grow. I'm using Max supplement with calf manna
and feeding 12% grain and a good hay. I've heard there is a calf
supplement besides calf manna that really makes them grow. Please
let me know what's the best, I'm almost out of my supplement and
need to buy new. Thanks

 
 
 

Supplements for two year olds

Post by Janine Kle » Wed, 20 Nov 1996 04:00:00

Don't be too anxious to force your youngster to grow.  You can
only end up with major problems.

Genetics have already determined how big he is going to be.  So
sit back, feed him a balanced diet, and give him plenty of space
to run and play so he'll develop strong bone.....and you've got
it made.

Let nature do it's thing.
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Supplements for two year olds

Post by CA.. » Wed, 20 Nov 1996 04:00:00


Quote:

>This may be a the second time, I've posted this because I switched
>providers. I'm looking for a new supplement for a two year old who
>I'm trying to get to grow. I'm using Max supplement with calf manna
>and feeding 12% grain and a good hay. I've heard there is a calf
>supplement besides calf manna that really makes them grow. Please
>let me know what's the best, I'm almost out of my supplement and
>need to buy new. Thanks

Michaela:
         Don't be too anxious to "make" you young horse grow.  You could end
up with a horse having bone/cartilege problems - i.e. OCD, for one.  As long
as you feed him in a sensible, well balanced manner, he will reach his full
growth potential.  As far as feeding goes, I firmly believe, slow is better
than fast growth.
                 Cheryl