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Farnam Grow Colt

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7LB
Less than $0.57/DAY
(56 day supply)

$31.57

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

20LB
Less than $0.48/DAY
(160 day supply)

$76.49

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Product Summary:

Farnam® Grow Colt®

Growing foals need more than just their mothers' milk. Grow Colt® supplement supplies 27 important vitamins and minerals for proper growth and development. Calcium and phosphorus are included for proper bone development.

Features:

  • Special supplement just for foals
  • Supports first year nutritional demands
  • Great for use as a creep feed
Item Specifications:

Sizes:
7 lb. (56-day supply)
20 lb. (160-day supply)

Daily Dosage:
2 oz.

Directions:
Enclosed scoop holds 1 oz. To aid in maximum growth and development, add 2 oz. to daily ration for each foal. Continue feeding daily throughout the foal’s first year of development.
Before Weaning: To avoid setbacks resulting from weaning and to speed early development, the foal should be given some supplementary feed while still nursing the mare. Usually the foal can start eating small amounts of feed when he is two to three weeks old. Creep feeding, in which the newborn foal can feed on grain and hay separately from the mare, is highly recommended.
After Weaning: The weaning period is the most critical time for feeding the growth supplement. Similarly the grain ration is quite critical. Foals are usually weaned at four to six months of age. At weaning, separate the foal from the mare and feed 1 to 1½ lb. of hay per 100 lb. of body weight, along with 2 oz. of Grow Colt® daily.

For Product Label / Feeding Instructions and MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturer’s Information to the right.

Downloadable Resources
Product LabelManufacturer Information
MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
3LB SLT120080 003 031004
7LB SLT120080 007 031011 086621310117
20LB SLT120080 020 31026 086621310261

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this will double the growth in any baby<br />Iron Gait Percherons Draft Horse Sanctuary
Denise P on Apr 19, 2018
I like the extra vitamins for the growing filly. The local feed store stopped carrying this item. so glad I found it on line
Deanna H on Mar 20, 2017
this will double the growth in any baby<br />Iron Gait Percherons Draft Horse Sanctuary
Denise P on Apr 19, 2018
feeding to my 1 yr 4ish month old filly. She had 3 very short months of nursing with her mom and I needed something to be sure she developed fully and properly. We've been training/working and she is filling out beautifully.
SARAH G on Sep 18, 2017
I like the extra vitamins for the growing filly. The local feed store stopped carrying this item. so glad I found it on line
Deanna H on Mar 20, 2017
Because my QH filly is on track to be 16.5-17 H tall, and I want to make sure she has the strong bones to support her size.
Sandy S on May 10, 2016
Great supplement. I have been using this product for years on my growing colts, and for the last 3 years on a severely founder horse (at age 3). The farrier & vet brags on his hoof quality now.
Melissa P on Nov 13, 2014
I am raising two foals and this supplement is wonderful for growing bones.
Dodie S on Oct 10, 2014
Farnam has been very successful for me. I like the brand and the results
Sarah G on Mar 19, 2014
My colt was weaned very young at barely the 4 month mark, so I want to make sure he's got all the nutrition necessary for his first year.
Katherine V on Feb 10, 2014
It works.
Emily G on Dec 20, 2013
feeding to my 1 yr 4ish month old filly. She had 3 very short months of nursing with her mom and I needed something to be sure she developed fully and properly. We've been training/working and she is filling out beautifully.
SARAH G on Sep 18, 2017
Because my QH filly is on track to be 16.5-17 H tall, and I want to make sure she has the strong bones to support her size.
Sandy S on May 10, 2016
Can this be used on miniature horse foals?
Shannon L on Feb 25, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I would use this product on any developing equine. Just adjust the dose to fit their weight. Vitamins and minerals not needed are usually excreted through urine. Likely no harm.
what grain do y'all use if any to feed this to your yearlings? my guy is underweight so im trying to get weight on him, im feeding him Purina Omolene 300. thanks
tianacherokee on Sep 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hello
I do not feed Omolene 300, but have family that has feed it for years. I have fed the mare and colt Safe Choice Mare and Foal for the first 6th months, mare since she was brought home from breeders. Now recently switched to Tractor Supply feed for all ages, Euistages, which I had to reduce amounts for some due to higher fat content. I did speak to my vet for an older mare needing weight, she recommended higher fat pellet, softened alfalfa cubes and alfalfa hay.
What age do you start?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I started QH race-bred when he was 3 months and in preparation to begin the foundation for weaning. He is large and muscular right now as a yearling, Almost 15 hands with a simple diet free of anabolics and other medications.
Does it work for yearlings?
Kimberly S on Jun 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Farnam recommends to use this during the first year of development. Please check with your veterinarian about continuing it past that point.
Is this good for yearlings ?
Konnor R on Jun 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I currently have my Thoroughbred colt on this supplement. He just turned a year and has already passed his full grown pasture mates in height. He seems less achy since I've started him on this supplement, and it's made his coat glossy and soft.