Ok! The problem I have is many of you suggest different feeds added to your horses grain and or different supplements to add. Which is great when asking for advise. But each horse is different based on what they need. Taken into account of it's age, heartiness or lack of, type of riding and how often, general coat, skin and hoof condition and it's overall appearance and temperament. What works great for yours, may not be what my horse needs. And to find that out would be trial and error, which would be a waste of money. Right now is not the best time for me to buy needless additives for my horse. Plus in general, I hate wasting my money. Although whatever he needs, I will provide. So...... How do you find out what your horse is lacking in nutrition? How did you know that what you bought is what your horse needs? This one is probably a really stupid question but, can your vet correctly recommend what your horse should be fed?