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Ultimate Finish™ 100


  • A unique 100% dry vegetable fat for active horses
  • A dense source of calories for all horses used to increase the percentage of fat calories in the ration
  • Highly palatable and digestible
  • Ideal for mixing with grain mixes or pelleted feeds
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Fat, Minimum 99.00%
Total Fatty Acids, Maximum 94.00%
Free Fatty Acids, Maximum 1.00%
Moisture, Maximum 0.60%

Vegetable Fat Partially Hydrogenated (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols),  Artificial Flavor.

Features and Benefits
Highly palatable formula A low inclusion rate provides highly digestible fats in a smaller meal size
Calorie dense fat source Increases weight gain and supports a healthy and brilliant hair coat
Low starch and sugar A controlled release of highly digestible fats which can safely be fed to horses with metabolic issues
Long shelf life Prilled form provides a more stabilized product
Decreases thermal stress during exercise Results in less body heat produced by the horse
Decreases lactic acid production Increases endurance and stamina
Feeding Directions

Feed 2 to 4 oz. per day to improve skin and hair condition

Feed 4 to 8 oz. per day for weight gain

Horses with high activity level or highly stressed can be fed up to 8 oz. per day of ULTIMATE FINISH 100 without adverse effects.

Enclosed scoop measures 1 oz.


Ultimate Finish Feed Helps Cowboy Hold Weight

This is Cowboy. Cowboy is a 6 year old German warmblood who from about the age of 2 I had difficulties getting him to hold weight and muscle. We kept his program simple; Gro N Win to give his top line and muscles the nutrients they need to thrive, and Ultimate Finish for the calories. Both grains are a low feed rate so we did this all with 4lbs of grain per day. As you can see, he is getting the calories needed and has built a lot of top line (with still a bit to go). Cowboy has free choice access to good quality hay 24/7. At this point he is no longer on Ultimate Finish and is just on Gro N Win to continue building top line and muscle.

- Emily Z