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Forco for Dummies
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Nevertooold
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2019-01-07 4:39 PM (#7418320 - in reply to #7417976)
Subject: RE: Forco for Dummies



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I feed alfalfa cubes and Renew Gold. Without the FORCI, my horse has a gas problem. Each horse is an individual and you need to feed accordingly.
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Chandler's Mom
Reg. Jan 2015
Posted 2019-01-07 8:03 PM (#7418335 - in reply to #7418320)
Subject: RE: Forco for Dummies



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Nevertooold - 2019-01-07 4:39 PM

I feed alfalfa cubes and Renew Gold. Without the FORCI, my horse has a gas problem. Each horse is an individual and you need to feed accordingly.

This is exactly what I did-when Miss Kathie told me to base Dan's needs on Dan-and it truly worked for us for those last months.
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want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2019-01-07 8:16 PM (#7418337 - in reply to #7417976)
Subject: RE: Forco for Dummies



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Love Forco ... it's a staple in my feed room. Everything gets it on the property... horses, dogs and our chickens get some mixed in with their layer crumbles. Inexpensive, effective and simple.
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*almost there*
Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2019-01-08 2:13 AM (#7418347 - in reply to #7418122)
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I am not having a specific problem. A local girl I know says she feeds it, and I feel her horses always look amazing even in the dead of winter. Fat with slick, shiney coats. I feed my horses well, but I feel like they look like they’re missing something and I can’t quite put my finger on what.
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