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VERSATILITY FOR ANY PASTURE AND HAY CONDITIONS.


Horses naturally eat fiber. But for years, grains (corn, barley and oats) have been the standard for horse feed, even though research has proven that the high-soluble carbohydrates in grain-based feeds increase the potential for colic, laminitis, hyperactivity, ulcers and cribbing.


With its beet pulp based fiber content, New and Improved Triple Crown® Complete provides


12% fat and all the calories, vitamins and minerals of a grain-based feed, but with half of the potentially harmful soluble carbohydrates. Triple Crown®


Complete now has the


versatility to be fed in any hay or pasture situation, when hay and pasture are plentiful or to help when they are short.


For more information, visit: www.triplecrownfeed.com or call 800-451-9916.


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