Triple Crown Total Lifetime Care
Triple Crown Total Lifetime Care Horse Feed provides a pelleted form of the popular Triple Crown beet pulp based feeds (Growth, Complete & Senior). Formulated to be fed to horses of any age, from foals to seniors. Fortified to provide protein, essential amino acids, vitamins, macro minerals, trace minerals, bacteria and enzymes. Total Lifetime Care will not brick in the winter or attract flies in the summer.
|Crude Protein (min.)||12.50%|
|Crude Fat (min.)||8.00%|
|Crude Fiber (max.)||18.00%|
|Iron (min.)||190.00 ppm|
|Zinc (min.)||180.00 ppm|
|Manganese (min.)||115.00 ppm|
|Copper (min.)||55.00 ppm|
|Selenium (min.)||0.50 ppm|
|Vitamin A (min.)||5,750 IU/lb|
|Vitamin D (min.)||1,000 IU/lb|
|Vitamin E (min.)||165 IU/lb|
|Biotin (min.)||0.25 mg/lb|
|Lactobacillus Acidophilus Bacteria (min.)||2 million CFU/gm|
|Sachromyces Cerevisiae (min.)||4 million CFU/gm|
|Cellulase (min.)||170 CMC-ase units/lb|
|Protease (min.)||0.70 Northrup Units/lb|
|Absorbic Acid (min.)||40 mg/lb|
Triple Crown TLC (Total Lifetime Care) is designed to provide the proper nutrition for horses of all ages in order to simplify feeding for multiple ages of animals. Feed 5 lbs. to 6 lbs. per day for a mature 1000 lb. horse as a minimum to receive adequate intake of vitamins and minerals. Adjust amount fed up or down to maintain desired body condition. If feeding less than 5 lbs. per day, we recommend either changing to or supplementing the diet with 1lb. of Triple Crown 30% Supplement or Triple Crown Lite. For ponies, cut the amount in half.
- Feeding young horses:Feed 1% of body weight to foals up to 400 lbs. For weanlings and older, the amount of Triple Crown TLC fed daily should be adjusted to maintain a moderate body condition. Start with 5 lbs. to 6lbs. per day divided into multiple feedings and then adjust up or down depending on the need for individual horse to maintain desired body condition. If feeding less than 5 lbs. per day supplement with 1 lb. of Triple Crown 30% Supplement to insure adequate vitamin and mineral intake. For ponies, cut amounts in half.
- Feeding senior horses: If horses can still eat hay and/or pasture, feed 5 lbs. to 6 lbs. per day for a mature 1000 lb. horse as a minimum to receive adequate intake of vitamins and minerals. Adjust amount fed up or down to maintain desired body condition. If feeding less than 5 lbs. per day, we recommend either changing to or supplementing the diet with 1 lb. of Triple Crown 30% Supplement or Triple Crown Lite. For ponies, cut amounts in half. For senior horses with damaged or worn teeth who can no longer or have trouble eating hay or pasture, Triple Crown TLC can be fed as the sole diet for your horse. Begin with approximately 12 lbs. to 15 lbs. per day and adjust up or down as needed to maintain desired body condition. Feeding these horses multiple times and off a bucket on the ground is preferable. Water may also be added to the feed to help soften for these horses with compromised teeth. For ponies, cut amounts in half.
NOTE: Hay and pasture should be the main portion of any horse’s diet and each farm has a different set of circumstances in this matter. Provide plenty of fresh, clean water at all times. Keep product fresh in cool, dry storage. Examine product daily for mold or insect contamination.