Triple Crown Complete
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Rating: 4.7

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Toddpippert
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Rating: 5

3 complete

posted 5 years ago

This product is excellent for helping in weight gain with horses. Even the worst off cases seem to make a come back with triple crown. It has all the right ingredients in doing this.

Pros: easy to use

Cons: none

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John S.
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Rating: 5

A Great Feed

posted 5 years ago

If you can afford Triple Crown it is one of the better feeds and really works on getting the weight on those skinnies.

Pros: Effective in Weight Gain

Cons: None

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