A SUPER PREMIUM PELLETED FEED WITH NO SOYBEAN MEAL FOR MATURE HORSES. TRIPLE CROWN LOW STARCH IS GRAIN, ALFALFA, AND MOLASSES FREE MAKING IT IDEAL FOR HORSES WITH INSULIN RESISTANCE, HYPP, PPID, EPSM, OR PSSM.
Formulated specifically for mature horses, Triple Crown Low Starch is a pelleted low starch and sugar (NSC) feed for horses requiring a lower diet for metabolic reasons or for horse owners seeking calmer behavior from horses. Featuring fewer carbohydrates than hay and pasture, Triple Crown Low Starch can be used as a complete feed to replace all or part of the forage portion of the diet. This feed is also suited for those who tend to have allergies, ideal for HYPP horses as the feed contains a low potassium level and works well for senior horses in winter in order to avoid the bricking of textured feeds.
The guarantees on our website are the most current. You will notice, we have increased a number of nutrient guarantees below and added a few new ingredients to reflect our updates to EquiMix.The ingredients listed on the website are in your bag of feed now. New feed bags will match these improvements over time.
Triple Crown Low Starch can be fed to all horses one year of age or older. Feed enough Triple Crown Low Starch to maintain desired body condition and energy level along with hay, and/or pasture, water and salt. If feeding less than 6 pounds per day of Triple Crown Low Starch to horses weighing 900 pounds or more, also feed additional minerals and vitamins supplied by either Triple Crown 30% or Triple Crown Lite.
Triple Crown Low Starch is a complete diet and can replace all or a part of your fiber portion of your diet, however, we strongly recommend that you continue to feed a portion of your diet in long stem hay or pasture.
NOTE: Provide plenty of fresh, clean water at all times. Keep product fresh in cool, dry storage. Examine product daily for mold or insect contamination. DO NOT use product that is old, molded or insect contaminated.
***The following coefficients of variation (cv) can be associated with the carbohydrate analyses. These should reasonably account for both sampling and analytical variation, though as you know, poor sampling can lead to much larger variation. The coefficients of variation (cv) for starch is 10%, WSC is 15% and ESC is 15%. For example, a feed with a WSC value of 10% should be expected to range from 8.5 – 11.5% and a WSC value of 20% to range from 17 – 23%. In addition, there are variables on ingredients between suppliers that could be as much as an additional 5% to 10% per ingredient. Therefore, products, such as TC 30% Supplement potentially would have a smaller variation than TC Lite due to the number of bulk ingredients making up the feed (2 vs. 4).