A feeding plan and ongoing nutrition advice costs $200
This will give you -
Cost: $200 for one horse (can be used as a base for similar horses), any extra are $100.
I also do feeding plans for horses in many other countries, principally in USA, NZ, UK and Europe.
If at a later stage you would like the original feeding plan updated, cost is $50 per feeding plan if the update is the change in hay test or pasture test or supplementary feed change. For example, if you move to a new location (updated pasture test).
Note: To be able to know for sure what amounts of each nutrient/mineral your horse is getting it's best to have a sample of your pasture tested in a laboratory. This lab fee can be as low as $40. If pasture is not significant in your horse's diet then it isn't necessary. If only a small amount of hay is in the diet then I can use average figures for your preferred type of hay but the most accurate way is to test. Of course, most of us only buy small amounts of hay from different sources so testing in this situation is not practical. If it is practical, the lab fee for testing hay can be as low as $30.
How to get started?
Email and I'll send you payment options. After payment is sorted, I'll send you a questionnnaire to collect details about your horse or horses and current feeding regime plus the pasture testing guide and/or hay testing guide, whichever is appropriate.
Any questions are welcome.
Carol Layton B.Sc, M.Ed