Pennwoods Free Choice products are good choices for supplying a balanced vitamin-mineral supplement to horses on pasture or loose housing. The salt base will limit consumption to the recommended 4 to 5 ounces per head each day. Free Choice is a great way to make sure your pasture horses are receiving the same nutrition as grain-fed horses.
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Feed Pennwoods Free Choice products in pastures and loose housing lots where horses congregate. Plenty of fresh water should be available at all times. Feed as the only source of salt.
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What is the mineral base in Free Choice?
A based blend of macro and micro elements and vitamins with salt added to limit consumption to 4-5 ounces per head per day.
Do I need to feed salt separately?
When properly introduced, Pennwoods Free Choice can be the sole source of salt.
Can my horse consume too much?
Horses will consume too much of the Free Choice in an effort to satisfy the need for salt. That is why it is important that you are feeding salt before you introduce Pennwoods Free Choice and then use it as the exclusive salt source.