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  1. #1
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    Default Gooseberry Natural Feed

    Anyone tried it? Comparable to Genesis Organic or HorseSense. I'm curious to know anyone's thoughts!

    http://gooseberrynaturalfeed.net/



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    I just posted the same question!!! I didn't see your post until now. I'm going tomorrow to talk to them in Maryland. I'll try and delete my post.
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    thanks Eventer55!
    I know they said they would have product at the expo...Can't make it up there unfortunately but would love to know how it goes!



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    On Monday, I'll post my "findings." Although, I highly doubt I will be feeding their grain as it's 40.00 for 40lbs (1.00 per lb) and I feed TC Senior which is 20 cents a lb. I'm sure I'm going to love the product, but can't do the cost now.

    They have supplements too and I'm interested in their stomach product.
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    Bumping this thread for updates/any other input. Came across the company recently while looking for one I had found at the MD Expo a few years ago, not sure if it's the same or not, but there doesn't seem to be much info other than what's on their own sites...
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    i use it and i really like it! you DO feed a lot less than other feeds. I am willing to spend a bit more fo rsuch a high quality feed. I feed half of what I used to with other feeds adn my horse looks great!



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    Default Gooseberry Natural Feed

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowpixi View Post
    i use it and i really like it! you DO feed a lot less than other feeds. I am willing to spend a bit more fo rsuch a high quality feed. I feed half of what I used to with other feeds adn my horse looks great!
    Are you still using this product? I would like to try it.



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    I'm curious how satisfied you guys who have tried this product are.

    I tried to get my horse switched over to their grain and he just never really liked it. I thought it would be easy peasy since he is such a chow hound.....but not so much.

    He is now practically inhaling Pennfield Fibregize and not looking back. Looks great too!



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    Bumping this because I too am considering trying this food.



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    Bumping this again. I think my mare might be sensitive to soy, and wanted to see if anyone had any updates or input on their feeds
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