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Producer's Pride Rolled Oats, 50 lb.

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Quality Feed at an Everyday Great Value

Finding the right horse feed can be both costly and confusing. By offering delicious and quality nutrition at a great price, Producer's Pride makes it easy to give your horses everything they need to stay happy and healthy without breaking the bank.

We Love Animals (and Know Just What Their Bodies Require)

Who better to make food for animals than farmers? At Tractor Supply Company, we bring our deep passion for land and animals to the center of our products and services. By sourcing the best local produce, utilizing superior water purification processes and thoroughly testing our formulas, we guarantee excellent quality food for your animals.

Full Nutrition for More Than Just Your Horses

Producer's Pride Rolled Oats Feed also has optimal nutrition for cattle, sheep and goats making it an economic way to feed other animals with your horses.

About this Formula

Producer's Pride Rolled Oats Feed is an affordable feed designed to improve digestion and provide optimal nutrition for mature, low active ruminant animals. Featuring a nothing but a clean blend of rolled up wholesome oats, this delicious pellet has everything needed to keep your mature animals happy and healthy.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein (Min) 9.00%
Crude Fat (Min) 3.50%
Crude Fiber (Max) 13.00%
Calcium (Ca) (Min) 0.01%
Calcium (Ca) (Max) 0.51%
Phosphorus (P) (Min) 0.20%
Sodium (Na) (Max) 0.51%
Ruminant meat and bone meal free.

Specification Description
Brand: Producer's Pride
Animal Type: Multi-Species
Package Size: 50 lb.
Life Stage: Adults & Mature Adults
Product Type: Sheep & Goat Feed
Manufacturer Part Number 11083
Producer's Pride Rolled Oats, 50 lb. is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 23.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not Rolled Oats! Not rolled oats at all!!! Slightly crimped. False advertising, mislabeling...shame.
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rolled oats Good quality rolled oats, I have feed this for years. I have never had a bad bag or trash in the product. The only thing I have again is the paper sack it's sold in. This bag tears easily and is occasionally stained when I pick up in the store.
Date published: 2018-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great GreatQuality.just wish it was a plastic bag instead of paper. But I won't stop buying just for that.
Date published: 2018-02-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT "rolled" The bag contains WHOLE oats, not rolled -- waste of money.
Date published: 2018-01-21
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 Are these small flaked oats like the way human oatmeal looks? Right now I feed human oatmeal to my pigs and chickens as a treat but I am looking for something a little cheaper 

Asked by: Hoofandclawhaven
The flaked oats do not look exactly like oatmeal. I am sure that the animals probably won’t know the difference though.
Answered by: KirwinH
Date published: 2017-10-18

Hello! Can you feed these oats to horses?

Asked by: ItsmeLINDER
Yes, this can be fed to horses.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-06-27

Are these oats good for human consumption?

Asked by: Staterebel
These oats are animal grade and not human grade. They are not as clean as human grade oats and are not intended for human consumption.
Answered by: Astroer
Date published: 2017-02-17

how much oats do you feed a dwarf rabbit?

Asked by: ronald80
You don’t feed rabbits oats. You need to use a nutritionally complete feed for rabbits or you will cause the rabbit to bloat and possible die.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2018-04-17

Can I feed poultry (chickens) with oats or rolled oats? Are they any good or is a waste of money? Thank you.

Asked by: Mikeyman11
Feeding "only" oats to chickens is not recommended as it typically does not meet the nutritional needs of a chicken.
Answered by: Nancyb
Date published: 2017-03-14

Pre-WW2 (before industrial revolution produced pelletized feed), farmers mixed their own rabbit feed and allowed them to free range. An example: 6qts oats to 1qt each of barley, wheat, corn and sunflower seeds. Why are these oats not good for rabbits?

Asked by: gatorsmom11
Before WWII we did a lot of things because we had no other way to do them. We’ve done a lot of research since then and know much better ways to feed our animals, which not only improves their performance but also their health. I’m pretty sure rabbits fed that much grain were also receiving some hay to provide the fiber needed for proper gut function. Also, they were grown primarily for meat back then, so the idea was to fatten them up as quickly as possible. I’m betting a certain percentage were lost to digestive disturbances due to their high-grain diet. We now have pelleted feeds that include fiber, vitamins, minerals, etc. – everything the rabbit needs in one food. Having said that, there is no harm in allowing rabbits to have a small amount of oats (not more than 1 tablespoon for large rabbits, half that for small rabbits) as part of their daily ration, as long as it is not overdone and is not significantly diluting the other nutrients in the diet, especially the fiber. People think of oats as a high-fiber ingredient, but while they are the grain highest in fiber (about 11%), they contain nowhere near the fiber contained in ingredients like good quality hay (28 – 35%), soy hulls (35%), beet pulp (17%), etc. Rabbits on high-fiber diets have far fewer digestive issues than rabbits on high-grain diets. So if you chose to feed some oats to your rabbits, just be judicious and limit the amount to avoid the potential for digestive distress.
Answered by: Valery
Date published: 2017-07-27

How much protein is in this?

Asked by: WSMITH56
This has 9.0% protein.
Answered by: ErlindaC
Date published: 2018-03-27
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