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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2019-03-08 9:46 AM (#7424534)
Subject: Bluebonnet Xfactor



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Hey there! I DID do a search! We just started getting bluebonnet way out here in CA finally. I am considering the Xfactor for both my horses that are easy keepers. I couldn't find any reviews on it in my search of the forum. It was mentioned a few times but no review. How does everyone like it? I'm considering that or the senior. 

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want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2019-03-08 9:51 AM (#7424535 - in reply to #7424534)
Subject: RE: Bluebonnet Xfactor



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I fed it before, it was a long time ago though, I sent my hubby to the feedstore and he came back with the xfactor by accident lol! I decided to give it a try and honestly it was a really nice feed. I cant remember why I didnt stay with it, I think it was cost why I went back to the Natural blend. You really cant go wrong with anything BB puts out. Extruded feed it supposed to be a lot easier to digest. 

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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2019-03-08 10:50 AM (#7424541 - in reply to #7424535)
Subject: RE: Bluebonnet Xfactor



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want2chase3 - 2019-03-08 7:51 AM


I fed it before, it was a long time ago though, I sent my hubby to the feedstore and he came back with the xfactor by accident lol! I decided to give it a try and honestly it was a really nice feed. I cant remember why I didnt stay with it, I think it was cost why I went back to the Natural blend. You really cant go wrong with anything BB puts out. Extruded feed it supposed to be a lot easier to digest. 


I do notice its extruded and pelleted. I might just give it a try! THe intensify senior " Looks" more appetizing but I'm not the one eating it. LOL 

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rodeowithjoker
Reg. Jun 2006
Posted 2019-03-08 11:06 AM (#7424543 - in reply to #7424534)
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My husband feeds one of his geldings Ex-Factor and really likes the results he's gotten so far. This horse is a hard keeper and had basically decided he wasn't going to finish his grain when it included Kent's Sentinel LT, also an extruded feed. The lumber yard/feed store where I work part-time started carrying Bluebonnet, and so we were able to go there and look through Bluebonnet's entire notebook of ingredients, nutrition facts, and comparisons to other feeds. Sentinel wasn't listed, but we took the BB book over to the Sentinel display and compared ingredients and everything side-by-side. 

The horse has definitely gained some weight on Ex-Factor, and he's finishing more of his grain than he was when Sentinel was part of his diet. 

The weather has sucked so badly that we haven't run since Feb. 3rd, so we can't comment on how the horse is performing just yet.

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want2chase3
Reg. May 2009
Posted 2019-03-08 12:22 PM (#7424555 - in reply to #7424541)
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FLITASTIC - 2019-03-08 10:50 AM


want2chase3 - 2019-03-08 7:51 AM


I fed it before, it was a long time ago though, I sent my hubby to the feedstore and he came back with the xfactor by accident lol! I decided to give it a try and honestly it was a really nice feed. I cant remember why I didnt stay with it, I think it was cost why I went back to the Natural blend. You really cant go wrong with anything BB puts out. Extruded feed it supposed to be a lot easier to digest. 



I do notice its extruded and pelleted. I might just give it a try! THe intensify senior " Looks" more appetizing but I'm not the one eating it. LOL 


The intensify sr is amazing. My old man loved it. I just switched everyone over to the natural blend to save $$ 

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cowgirlup012002
Reg. May 2005
Posted 2019-03-08 2:15 PM (#7424567 - in reply to #7424534)
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I have fed it to a couple and have had a couple clients feed it to their barrel horses. It is a GREAT Low Starch and sugar feed. Very digestable, if anything has cushings its good for them as well. 

I feed the Sr Therapy to majority of my horses I run. Love it as well. My horses look great. I have a bunch of comparison pictures of all the horses I have o Bluebonnet. Ill try and post them.

 

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cowgirlup012002
Reg. May 2005
Posted 2019-03-08 2:26 PM (#7424571 - in reply to #7424534)
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This is a 4yr old  I’ve had her 20 days  she is on Energized  

 

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cowgirlup012002
Reg. May 2005
Posted 2019-03-08 2:29 PM (#7424572 - in reply to #7424534)
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Senior Therapy for 30 days 

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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2019-03-08 3:19 PM (#7424577 - in reply to #7424534)
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Thanks everyone!!! 

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readytorodeo
Reg. Dec 2005
Posted 2019-03-08 3:46 PM (#7424581 - in reply to #7424534)
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I fed it a couple of years ago.  My mare that I had at the time did not look good on it. But every horse is different.  I don’t feed Bluebonnet anymore due to what happened but if I was going to feed it, I would try Total Advantage or possibly the Sr.  

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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2019-03-15 11:57 AM (#7425009 - in reply to #7424534)
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In my opinion theres nothing better then BlueBonnet, I love the Xfactor and now I have my old boy on the Senior Care, all I feed is BlueBonnet and I do have one gelding on the Triple Crown Lite because of his IR.. And if Triple Crown was not milled by BlueBonnet I would not be using it.. 

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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2019-03-15 12:07 PM (#7425011 - in reply to #7424534)
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BlueBonnet XFactor is also a extrusion cooked feed so thats even better..

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