30 lb Renew Gold SRB Equine Nutrition



● Grain replacement for all classes of horses
● Added joint support
● Added Omega 3 support
● Supports cool energy
● 30 day supply
● Non-GMO ingredients
● Made in USA
● Please note, this item does not qualify for coupons or extra discounts.

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30 lb Renew Gold SRB brings the horse owner the perfect nutritional base for a balanced safe equine diet that promotes cool energy, digestive safety and a calm mind. Made from the purest and most nutritious rice bran available, and stabilized to guarantee a safe shelf life of one year. 30 lb Renew Gold SRB can help you properly control the starch and sugar load in your horse while maintaining optimum physical and mental condition. Properly stabilized Rice bran lets you greatly reduce or eliminate grain based feeds and provides the perfect compliment to the roughage, hay or pasture base of your horses diet. Great for all classes and ages of horses, from Weanlings to Seniors

Renew Gold SRB Stabilized Rice Bran that is Calcium/ Phosphorus balanced to be used as a direct replacement for grain in your horse’s diet. This provides needed calories, protein and natural vegetable fats without the high starch and sugar loads found in grains. Non-GMO, No Corn, Wheat or Soy.

Feeding Instructions
Weanlings – 1/4 pound per day
Yearlings – 1/2 pound per day
Two to three year olds – 1 pound per day
Horses in training – 1.5 pounds per day

Mature horses Light work – 1 pound per day
Moderate work – 1.5 pounds per day
Heavy work – 1.5 to 2 pounds per day

Always keep salt and fresh clean water available. Do not feed to sheep or animals other than horses and mules.

Ingredients : Heat Stabilized Rice Bran, Calcium Carbonate

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein – MIN – 14.5%
Lysine – MIN – 0.84%
Crude Fat – MIN – 17%
Crude Fiber – MAX – 8.5%
ADF – MAX – 16%
NDF – MAX – 23%
Ash – MAX – 12%
Calcium – MAX – 1.8%
Calcium – MIN – 1.5%
Phosphorus – MIN – 1.5%
Copper – MIN – 13 ppm
Selenium – MAX – 0.28%
Zinc – MIN – 62 ppm
Vitamin E – MIN – 75 IU/LB

Item # RGSRB30

First of all, I recommend adding horse supplements to your horse’s grain, then mixing with a small amount of vegetable oil. This changes the flavor and the texture, while also making the equine supplement stick to your horse’s grain better. This ensures they can’t eat around it. If winter means the end of pasture grazing for your horse, then he may not be getting the minimum recommended amounts of certain nutrients. These nutrients include Vitamin A, Vitamin E and Omega 3 fatty acids. Also, if I have to feed him less grain, then he’ll be getting less vitamins, minerals and protein  Furthermore, if either of these situations is true, I know my horse may need a supplement.

First off, a joint supplement is a solid investment for an active horse. While I may be able to get by with a smaller dose or less aggressive formula, I don’t recommend completely stopping. Horse’s joints may undergo less stress when not riding and training. I know my horse’s joints will still experience daily wear and tear. Also, completely stopping a joint supplement means that when I start it up again, I may have to use a loading dose to build the levels of key ingredients back up in your horse’s body. For this reason, I continue the maintenance dose through the winter and keep the levels of Glucosamine, Chondroitin sulfate, HA, MSM and other ingredients in the therapeutic range.

I supplementi electrolytes in the summer to replace the salt and other minerals that are lost in sweat. In the winter, electrolytes are recommended to stimulate drinking and keep horses hydrated in the hopes of avoiding colic. By all means,  I provide electrolytes year-round to my horse. Another key point: I have read research that has shown that a horse needs a balanced diet. Equally important, I add the right mix of vitamins and other nutrients, and supplemented as necessary. For that reason, I know this supports optimum health and meets the higher nutritional needs of equine athletes, which is vital to performance.

Hoof Supplement
Maybe your horse hoofs have cracks or chips easily. Maybe he doesn’t hold shoes well or has thin walls. Unfortunately, these issues are not going to get any better with rest or the slower hoof growth rate that is seen in the winter. I cannot stop providing the building blocks of healthy feet for a few months. Otherwise, I will have to spend more time and money replenishing their levels when you decide to add them back.

Finally, my advice is to carefully consider why I put my horse on these particular supplements. I determine if the issues I am trying to address “go away” during the winter because I ride and show less. The bottom line is that the purpose of supplements is to supplement my horse’s regular diet in those areas where he needs additional support. What may seem like a good idea now, may create unnecessary challenges for me and my horse next spring. In conclusion, as I gear up for another season of riding and showing, I always stay prepared and keep my horses healthy.

Additional information

Weight 5.60 oz
Dimensions 10.75 × 10.25 × 10.50 in

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