-Foals: Begin offering MILK PLUS as a creep ration when foals begin nibbling, usually at 1 or 2 weeks of age. Initially feed what the foal will clean up, up to one 40ounce cup per day. Gradually increase to 2 to 4 cups per hear per day with grain mix. A creed ration can be prepared by mixing one part MILK PLUS with 2 parts of rolled grain. For best results, half of the grain should be high-quality oats. If foals are thin, additional supplementation of 1 to 2 cups per head per day may be added to the creep feed. Feed free-choice hay and provide plenty of clean, fresh water at all times
-Weanlings and yearlings: MILK PLUS may be used to supplement the rations of young growing horses. Add 2 to 4 cups per head per day to the grain ration to provide supplemental lysine, vitamins, minerals and energy. Provide good quality hay and clean water to growing horses.
-Performance Horses: Base the rate of supplementation with MILK PLUS pellets on the activity level of individual horses. Feed horses up to 1lb per head per day in addition to their regular ration. Horses that are off feed or severely stressed may be given up to an additional 1lb per day to improve body condition. Feed adequate good quality hay and provide clean water at all times, except immediately after working or performance.
-Breeding horses: Mares and Stallions may be supplemented with up to 1.5lbs per day of MILK PLUS to add condition and bloom before or during the breeding season. During mid and late gestation and lactation, add 1 to 1.5lbs of MILK PLUS. Adjust supplement level to ensure the optimal condition for each individual horse. Provide good quality hay and water.
-Show horses: Add up to 1lb of MILK PLUS to the regular ration of show horses for proper conditioning and enhanced haircoat quality. Rehabilitating horses or severely stressed horses may be given up to 1 additional lb in the ration. Feed adequate quantities of forage and provide fresh water to horses, except immediately after working or performance.