Contains 6% fat from added vegetable oil
Lysine and methionine are added to support muscle development without raising protein
Natural vitamin E is added to support the immune system, maximize fertility in mares and stallions and improve health of newborn foals
Copper, zinc, manganese and iron are provided in proteinated (chelated) form for maximum utilization
Our top-of-the-line pelleted 14% protein grain
Ideal for yearling development, breeding stallions, barren or pregnant mares or lactating mares being fed alfalfa hay
Grain products, plant protein products, roughage products, processed grain by-products, forage products, molasses products, vegetable oil, partially hydrogenated vegetable fat (preserved with mixed tocopherols), monocalcium phosphate, dicalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, magnesium amino acid chelate, zinc amino acid chelate, ferrous sulfate, iron amino acid chelate, manganese sulfate, manganese amino acid chelate, copper sulfate, copper amino acid chelate, ethylenediamine dihydriodide, cobalt sulfate,, sodium selenite, selenium yeast, brewer’s dried yeast, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, d-alpha tocopherol acetate (source of vitamin E), menadione sodium bisulfite complex, riboflavin supplement, calcium pantothenate, niacin, vitamin B12 supplement, thiamine hydrochloride, biotin, folic acid, pyridoxine hydrochloride, mineral oil, diatomaceous earth, yeast culture, natural and artificial feed flavors.
This is a fully-fortified pelleted feed. It is not necessary to add additional protein, vitamin, or mineral supplements if this feed is fed as directed. All Burkmann feeds should be fed with liberal quantities of good quality hay and/or pasture and free-choice salt.
Foals and Weanlings
This product is not recommended for feeding nursing foals or weanlings up to 14 months of age. We recommend the use of PEROFRMANCE 16 TEXTURED for these horses.
Yearlings and Two-Year Olds
To be fed at a rate of 0.75-1.50% of body weight per day. For most light horses, this amounts to 8-12 lbs. per day. Horses should have feed intake adjusted up or down depending on body condition, desired rate of growth and forage quality and availability.
Barren and Pregnant Mares
Feed barren and early pregnant mares 8-10 lbs. per day if a poor quality forage is being fed. If a good quality forage is available feed intake can be decreased. Late pregnant mares should be fed 8-10 lbs. per day of this feed plus liberal quantities of good quality forage. LACTATING mares may be fed 8-12 lbs. per day of this feed in addition to liberal quantities of good hay and/or pasture depending on body condition and milk production. If poor quality fescue forage is being used it is recommended that PERFORMANCE 16 TEXTURED be used.
Feed 0.25-1.50% of their body weight per day (8-14 lbs. per day for most light horses). Feed intake should be adjusted according to work intensity, body condition and forage quality and availability.