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Farnam Weight Builder

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8lb
Less than $0.88/DAY
(32 day supply)

$27.99

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28lb
Less than $0.67/DAY
(112 day supply)

$73.99

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Product Summary:

Farnam Weight Builder

Weight Builder by Farnam is a high calorie supplements that is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids. This powerful supplement helps support skin and coat conditioning while also providing fuel necessary for top-level performance.

Weight Builder for Horses is a revolutionary feed supplement that contains over twice the calories found in an equal amount of grain -- but with none of the dangers!
 
  • Provides extra calories in the form of fat for maintaining body condition and fuel for performance without the risk of colic associated with grain feeding*
  • Contains flax meal which is high in omega-3 fatty acids
  • Contains protein, fat, fiber, calcium and phosphorus in guaranteed analysis
  • Calcium : phosphorus ratio is balanced so it can be fed with other supplements
  • Also enhances skin and coat condition
  • Available in 8 lb and 28 lb sizes
*Specifically, colic caused by grain. This product does not claim to prevent colic, but reduces the risk of colic compared to feeding more grain

FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

Includes 2 oz. scoop.

- To improve skin and coat condition, feed one scoop (2 oz.) daily with regular grain ration.

- For weight gain, feed 2 scoops (4 oz.) daily with regular grain ration.
Depending on a horse's activity level and condition, additional Weight Builder may be fed with no adverse effects.
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works good
daniel c on Jul 10, 2015
I have used this product before with great results. I am using again for my 30yo QH mare. I am very confident with all Farnam products.
TRUDY D on May 27, 2014
To add weight on one of my horses.
JANICE A on Dec 11, 2014
excellent to help build up my horses. show season ready
DIANA H on May 18, 2014
Fat content of this product?
A shopper on May 29, 2014
Best Answer: Listed as 40%. Easy to feed and doesn't cause colic issues the way grain can, or diarrhea the way too much oil can. This has kept my 27 year old Thoroughbred going great.
Reply · Report · JENNIFER N on Jun 11, 2014
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can you use this for dogs?
A shopper on Feb 21, 2015
Best Answer: I am not sure. The container does not mention canines. Additionally i think it is pretty sweet and may not have the right protein structure to help a dog gain weight. Works well on horses though.
Reply · Report · ALYSHA A on Feb 21, 2015
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I justwould like to know if it in pellet form or powder form?
A shopper on Feb 28, 2014
Best Answer: it is a powder form, but not a fine powder, your horse will enjoy the taste my two do, I just mix a small amount of water and small amount of their grain mix in with it and they eat it right up.
Reply · Report · SANDRA R on Mar 1, 2014
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What is the dosage for a 25 in. mini horse who needs weight?
Hayley H on Jun 29, 2015
Best Answer: Please view the link to the feeding instructions.

http://www.horse.com/ContentFiles/Associated_Content/weightbuilderlabel.pdf
Reply · Report · Alexis KStaff on Jun 30, 2015
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