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Roasted to Perfection Grain

Roasted to Perfection grain
Roasted To Perfection's uniqueness is evident the
first time you open a bag, look, feel, and smell the feed.

“Roasted to Perfection” started as an answer to some
of the mold and mildew problems facing horse owners.

Other benefits quickly became apparent.

One is digestibility. A horse is a grazing animal with a small stomach, the food
travels from the stomach to the intestine and cecum relatively fast. If the site
of digestion takes place in the stomach, it is easier for the horse to process
and utilize the grain, vitamins and minerals. Changing the site of absorption
also means more balanced energy levels for the horse.

Roasting reduces the amount of gastric acid needed to break down the food;
the hard outer shell is removed from the digestive equation. The volume of grain
can be reduced because of the increased digestibility, rather than passing
thru the horses system into the manure undigested.

Roasted grain is easy for any age horse to chew and digest, from foals to seniors
with missing teeth. This is a safer way to feed because less grain decreases
gastric upsets, ulcers and the chance of grain-overload founder.


Roasted to Perfection grain

Roasted To Perfection

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40lb bag, $21.00

Frequent buyer? We have a discount for that!
Have a barn full of horses and want to stock up on grain??
Buy a pallet of 50 for only $19/bag!
That's $100 in savings!

Call for special quantity pricing and delivery.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein
Min 14.0%
Min 0.80%
Crude Fat
Min 6.00%
Crude Fiber
Max 6.00%
Calcium (Ca)
Min 0.70
Max 1.00%
Phosphorous (P)
Min 0.40%
Copper (Cu)
Min 50 PPM
Selenium (Se)
Min 0.5 PPM
Zinc (Zn)
Min 220 PPM
Vitamin A
Min 5,500 IU/lb
Vitamin D
Min 500 IU/lb
Vitamin E
Min 70 IU/lb
Min 1.0 mg/lb
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Flax Seed
How Much To Feed
Quality of Your Hay
Molds and Mycotoxins
How Much Does It Cost To Feed?
Heat Processed Milo, Heat Processed Oats, Heat Processed Soybeans, Cane Molasses, Soybean Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Wheat Middlings, Monocalcium Phosphate, Dicalcium Phosphate, L-Lysine, Salt, Ground Whole Flaxseed, DL-Methionine, dl-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (source of Vitamin E activity), Zinc Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Zinc Oxide, Iron (ferrous) Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Selenium Yeast, Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Extract, Yeast Culture, Manganous Oxide, Niacinamide, Zinc Sulfate, Dried Aspergillus niger Fermentation Extract, Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Extract, Iron Proteinate, Manganese Sulfate, Magnesium Oxide, Menadione Nicotinamide Bisulfite (source of Vitamin K Activity), Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Lactobacillus acidophilus Fermentation Product, Vitamin A Acetate, Mixed Tocoperols of Natural Origin, Rosemary Extract, Citric Acid, Lecithins, Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Dried Bacillus subtilis Fermentation Extract, Dried Trichoderma longibrachiatum Fermentation Extract, Thiamine Mononitrate, Cobalt Proteinate, Dried Rhizopus niveus Fermentation Extract, Yeast Extract, Folic Acid, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Biotin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Cobalt Carbonate, Sodium Selenite.

The biggest reason to roast is mold or mildew on the grain from harvest. High roasting temperatures kill mold and mildew spores before the grain is mixed with Vitamins, Minerals and bagged. Mold growth reduces feed value. When the horse refuses to eat for no apparent reason, the grain could have a moldy or mildew smell that we cannot detect. Some signs of mold in feed are: dustiness, caking of feed, darkening of feed, poor feed flow out of bins, refusal to eat for no apparent reason, moldy or mildew smell.

Roasting also has an advantage in speed of processing and produces a dry product that can be stored without deterioration due to moisture. Mold germinates at temperatures as low as 45°F, with most rapid growth at 75° to 90°F. Mold requires humidity or moisture for germination, therefore, an upper limit of 14.5% moisture is recommended for stored corn or milo. Other grains should maintain moisture levels less than 13%. Roasted grain has moisture levels at 10% or less.


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