Legends® Senior Horse Feed

A feed for older horses and ponies, also recommended for mature horses needing additional dietary fiber when availability of hay or pasture is limited

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Organic Trace Minerals


Improved hoof, hair coat, reproductive and immune system function

Biotin and Kelp Meal


Greater hoof and hair growth and quality

Elevated Fat Content and Lysolecithin Additive


Greater caloric density and fatty acid absorption for lower feeding rate, increased body condition and improved hair coat

Legends® Pelleted Rice Bran


Extruded rice bran pellet provides calories from fat and fiber with increased omega-3 fatty acids

Digestible Fiber Sources (Beet Pulp based) and No Corn Formula


Fermentable fiber sources and low levels of sugar and starch to prevent insulin resistance, colic and laminitis  

Yeast Culture


Increased fiber digestion and nutrient absorption

Probiotic Bacteria


Improved efficiency of digestion and improved intestinal health 

Mycotoxin Binder


Increased safety margin from mold-contaminated hay and pasture 

Digestive Enzymes


Increased digestion in small intestine to prevent digestive upset in hindgut from starch overload

Omega-3 Fatty Acid Sources (fish oil, flax seed, rice bran and soy oil)


Reduces inflammatory processes for improvements in hair coat, joint function, circulation, reproduction and immune system operation 

Guaranteed Amino Acid Fortification (lysine, threonine and methionine)


Improved protein quality to maintain active muscle tissue for optimum performance 

Guaranteed Antioxidants (organic selenium, vitamin E and vitamin C)


Elevated antioxidant activity for optimal immune system function for disease prevention and body tissue maintenance 




Guaranteed Analysis 


Crude Protein (min)



Magnesium (min)


Lysine (min)




Zinc (min)

Threonine (min)



Manganese (max)

120 ppm

Methionine (min)



Copper (min)

50 ppm

Crude Fat (min)



Selenium (min)

0.60 ppm

Crude Fiber (min)



Biotin (min)

0.50 mg/lb

Calcium (min)



Vitamin A (min)

6000 IU/lb

Calcium (min)



Vitamin D (min)

400 IU/lb

Phosphorus (min)



Vitamin E (min)

150 IU/lb

Potassium (min)

1.0 %


Vitamin C (min)

45 mg/lb

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