The process of micro milling creates a meal with a huge surface area. This allows the digestive enzymes, bile salts, bacteria, and protozoa to efficiently convert Thrive Feed into useful nutrients.
The micro milled raw ingredients are conditioned, then steam extruded.
The process of wet steam extrusion processes the raw starch in the ingredients and makes the starch water soluble. This allows the horses digestive system to treat Thrive Feed as though it was grass. Ingredient conditioning, and then wet steam extrusion increases the digestibility dramatically, it’s over 90%. Most of what you feed becomes horse and not poop!
Gut pH support to promote remarkable digestive efficiency.
The hind gut pH of a horse is critical to the efficient utilization of forage grass and hay, a horses basic energy source. The most efficient microbial energy converters in a horses gut like a more alkaline environment, and that is just what Thrive Feed supports. There is no raw starch in to ferment into acid and alcohol in the cecum and burning the cecal lining.
More efficient use of hay and grasses, just the way it should be.
A horses gut is most efficient when the intestinal pH is in the correct range. Because Thrive Feed encourages a desirable pH in a horses metabolism, the enzymes work efficiently in the small intestine, and the bacteria in the cecum flourish in the more alkaline environment. A more efficient use of grass means less total feed intake in the long term, and that saves you money.
Dehydrated alfalfa meal. Timothy grass meal. Grain sorghum. Whole soybean meal. Rice bran. Dried kelp meal. Calcium carbonate. Salt. Schidigera extract. (Yucca) L-Lysine monohydrochloride. DL-methionine. Potassium sulphate. Magnesium sulphate. Monodicalcium phosphate. Diatomaceous earth. Zinc sulfate. Ferrous sulfate. Copper sulfate. Calcium iodate. Cobalt carbonate. Vitamin E supplement. Niacin. D-Calcium pantothenate. vitamin A supplement. Thiamine mononitrate. (source of Vitamin B2) vitamin B-12 supplement. D-Activated animal sterol. (source of vitamin D-3) Pyridoxine hydrochloride. (source of vitamin B-6) Folic acid. Menadionine sodium bisulfite complex. Manganese methionine complex. Cobalt glucoheptonate.
Crude Fat Min 2.5%
Crude Fiber Max 20%
Calcium Min 0.40% Max 0.80%
Phosphorus Min 0.32%
Salt Min 0.10% Max 0.30%
Copper Min 20ppm
Zinc Min 60ppm
Iodine Min .50ppm
Selenium Min 0.30ppm
Vitamin A Min 2000 IU/lb
Vitamin D Min 300 IU/lb
Vitamin E Min 30 IU/lb