September 2016
Product Spotlight

Horizon Champion’s Choice 16



Crude Protein (not less than) 16.00%
Lysine 0.63%
Crude Fat (not less than) 3.00%
Crude Fiber (not more than) 10.00%
Calcium (not less than) 0.85%
Calcium (not more than) 0.90%
Phosphorus (not less than) 0.55%
Sodium (not more than) 1.00%
Cobalt 0.03 ppm
Selenium 0.17 ppm
Magnesium 0.24 ppm
Copper 15.00 ppm
Zinc 77.00 ppm
Vitamin A (not less than) 6.70 KIU/lb
Vitamin D3 0.22 KIY/lb
Vitamin E (not less than) 29.30 IU/lb
Biotin 0.40 mg/lb
Thiamine 4.30 mg/lb

Horizon Champion’s Choice 16 is a fortified, pelleted horse feed formulated to obtain maximum performance from gestating and lactating mares and growing colts up to 1 year of age.

The all-natural 16-percent protein and enhanced energy level will ensure young horses meet their protein requirements for muscle and bone growth, and provide lactating mares the protein and energy to maintain maximum milk production.

It is fortified with biotin and other B vitamins as well as high levels of prenatal vitamins and essential amino acids for fetal development and total animal well-being.

It contains the optimum calcium/phosphorus ratio for skeletal growth and milk production. Key trace minerals are chelated to increase absorption and utilization. This improves hooves, health and reproduction.

It also contains yeast cultures for increased feed digestibility.

Feed at a rate of ½ to 1 pound per 100 pounds of body weight per day. You should always split this amount and feed twice per day to maintain a healthy digestive cycle.

All Horizon Premium Equine Feeds are made with premium quality ingredients and have set formulas to ensure consistent performance.

Ask your local Quality Co-op store for Champion’s Choice 16 and see the difference it can make on your mares and foals.

Be sure to look at all of our quality feeds at


John Sims is a products specialist for AFC’s Feed, Farm & Home department. He can be contacted at 256-260-3433 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..