Purina Omolene 400 Complete Advantage Horse Feed
Purina Omolene #400 Horse Feed is now formulated with Outlast Gastric Support Supplement.
Because only innovations proven to have the highest level of performance and safety earn their place in Purina Omolene horse feeds, you can feed with full confidence. This is an ideal feed whether you need to fuel intense competitive performance or support your horse’s gastric health. Omolene feeds are built to help solve your toughest nutritional challenges.
Crude Protein (min) 12.00%
Lysine (min) 0.50%
Fat (min) 5.50%
Fiber (max) 18.00%
ADF (max) 21.00%
NDF (max) 35.00%
Calcium (min) 0.80%
Calcium (max) 1.30%
Phosphorus (min) 0.40%
Copper (min) 35 ppm
Selenium (min) 0.30 ppm
Zinc (min) 140 ppm
Vitamin A (min) 3,000 IU/lb
FEEDING DIRECTIONS WITH HAY OR PASTURE:
Start with the amounts of Omolene 400 Complete Advantage given for the weight and lifestyle of the horse. After observing the horse for a period of time, the amount fed may be gradually increased or decreased to obtain the desired body condition and weight.
*Omolene 400 contains high-quality roughage and can be fed without hay. If fed with hay, the feeding rates of Omolene 400 can be reduced. To meet nutrient requirements, do not feed less than 0.6 lbs per 100 lbs of body weight per day (6 lbs per 1000-lb horse) of Omolene 400. To meet fiber requirements, do not feed less than 1.2 lbs/100 lbs of body weight per day of Omolene 400 and hay or pasture equivalent combined.
- Make the feed change gradually over a period of 7 to 10 days.
- Mix the new feed with the old, gradually increasing the amount of the new feed while decreasing an equal amount of the old.
- Changes in the rate of feeding should not exceed 1 pound per day for each horse.
- Feeding rates will vary with size, age, temperament, health status, forage quality, climate and activity level. Feed at regular times, at least twice daily. When fed as a complete feed, a minimum of three meals per day is recommended. Do not feed more than 0.8 lbs/100 lbs (8 lbs per 1000-lb horse) of body weight per meal. Do not feed free-choice. Prevent rapid eating by the horse of any feedstuff.
- Reduce and/or delay feeding a horse which is hot, excited or showing pain, has fever or diarrhea. Consult your veterinarian if any problems arise.
- Any feed changes should be made gradually over a period of 7 to 10 days. Changes in the rate of feeding should not exceed 1.0 lb per day for each horse.
- Provide fresh, clean water at all times. Provide your horse with access to salt. Consult with your veterinarian regularly and maintain a routine dental, parasite control and health care program for your horse.