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Old 10-08-2011, 05:44 PM   #1
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Default Hygain Gro Torque v Pegasus Stud Master

just wondering which is better
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Old 10-08-2011, 05:57 PM   #2
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I use gro-torque
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If price doesn't bother you use the Grow-Torque
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GroTorque is a far superior product but it is a concentrate feed so feeding rates are much lower.

Studmaster is a good feed and it is a complete feed so its fed in kilos.
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and views on nutririce stud and grow???

I have been looking at all these recently too! spoilt for choice i recon! tempted to go back to good old steam rolled barley and a good supplement!
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i was thinking gro torque so i think i may go with that
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Debonair - Not sure on the stud and go but I have been using the Nutri Rice versatile for approx 2 years.
I have found it suits the horses we have well and they all look good.
We made the change from Pegasus to Nutri rice due to my main horse in work at the time.Pegasus just wasn't working well for him, nor the range of horses we had.

Stormie, I have fed a Hygain feed until recently and in comparison to the Pegasus I think its of higher quality. Given the choice I would go with the Grotorque
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Grotorque is a better product in many ways, also a key thing is that it is a muesli. Muesli is much more natural for horses than pellets and can help reduce the incidence of gastric ulcers and associated colic due to an increase in saliva production whilst chewing the whole grains. the saliva acts as a pH buffer in the gut, so an increase in saliva is a very good thing.
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