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  1. #1
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    Nov. 2, 2008

    Default Anyone using Primeglo by ADM??

    I have been considering switching my mare to Primeglo by ADM, she is currently getting Triple Crown Senior and has done well on it for the last 5 years... prior to that she was fed Ultium....

    I have just heard very good things about Primeglo and have been considering it and was wondering what others have thought... Thanks in advance!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep. 16, 2006


    I'm feeding moorglo by ADM and love it. Great company, good products, and very helpful people if you have any questions.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun. 7, 2008
    now in KCMO, and plan to stay there


    I read about it online, seems good as long as you do not feed too much of it. It is super concentrated, very high selenium as I recall, so read the directions for how much to feed if you use it, and report back on how horsie likes it, for the inquiring minds that want to know <grin>.
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  4. #4
    Join Date
    Sep. 29, 2007

    Default I feed powerglo and love what it does for my horses

    Great sustained energy - which was an issue for my one horse. My one criticism is that sometimes there is more powder than I'd like - the pellets don't seem as stable as other foods.

    I would still recommend it - my horses lick that right up and are no worse for the wear.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Aug. 30, 2007
    Southern California


    Bumping this thread up... Has anyone started using this feed since was posted? I believe it only came out last summer.

    Looks to be exactly what I am looking for (essentially a RB with extras that does not need to be fed more than 4lbs per day). Trying to find something my late teens pregnant broodmare can share with her paddock mate, a retired 22 year old not-quite-hardkeeping TB mare. Have been feeding TC Lite + Natural Glo pellets but looking to soften the blow on our pocketbooks-- roughly $50/mo per horse just in the grain.
    St├╝bben North America
    Los Angeles - Ventura County - San Luis Obispo

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Mar. 30, 2011


    Just started my Arab mare on it. NSC is just 12%. It's very palatable......and has a great vit/mineral profile. Love that there is no soybean meal or grain in it, just alfalfa. She eats it right up.

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