Our Location

Thank you for your interest in Stable Mix™ and Elk Grove Milling, Inc. We invite you to visit our mill and feed store located just outside of Elk Grove at:

8320 Eschinger Road
Elk Grove, CA 95757

Toll Free: (888) 346-7649
Ph: (916) 684-2056
Fax: (916) 684-2059

Elk Grove Milling business hours:

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Complete Feed Yucca Valley, CA

Horse owners can use a complete feed when quality hay is unavailable or their animals no longer consume it. However, choosing the right complete feed and understanding how to incorporate it in your horses' diet can be a bit daunting. That's where Elk Grove Milling can help. View tips on complete feed here.

We are your trusted source for healthy and high-quality animal feeds. Whether you're looking for a complete feed or another animal product, you can rely on us to provide the solution. Our company has also been around since 1982. Because of our unwavering dedication to excellence and customer satisfaction, many have placed their trust in our products for years.

Tips on How to Choose the Right Complete Feed for Horses

Learn How to Identify a Complete Feed

Feeds have a variety of types. They may be categorized as complete, supplement, and concentrate. If you're planning to switch your horse's diet to a complete feed in Yucca Valley, you must first learn how to identify it properly.

A complete feed in Yucca Valley is a type of feed that can be fed without hay. Because the forage component is built-in, the feed provides adequate amounts and types of fiber. It's also a good source of vitamin, protein, and other mineral components of a horse's diet.

Keep in mind that checking the type and percentage of fiber on the feed tag in Yucca Valley is not enough because these values can be misleading. Your best course of action is to consult professionals such as the ones at Elk Grove Milling about the type of feed you need in Yucca Valley.

Determine Your Horses’ Nutrient Requirements

To maintain a satisfactory condition and stay healthy, animals must extract a sufficient amount of calories as well as ratios of protein, vitamins, and minerals from their feed. The job of horse owners is to ensure that their animals are getting the right amount of nutrition from their complete feed, especially if their diet doesn't include hay or forage.

 Determine When a Complete Feed Is Needed

When a horse can't chew hay anymore, it may be best for it to switch to complete feed. Whether a horse can chew hay often depends on dentition.

Any horse with a condition such as an airway obstruction, in which hay particles irritate the airway, may also benefit from switching to complete feed. Without experiencing irritation caused by hay, these horses can consume enough nutrients to meet their needs.

Experience the Elk Grove Milling Difference

Turn to Elk Grove Milling for all your horse feeding needs. We can help give your horses the nutrition they need. Click here to contact us to learn more.