Domor Equities vs. Purina Strategy?
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When comparing RSSc streams, it is important to think about their energy content. Protein is the least efficient source of energy used in CSR, and sensible CSR requires only 10% protein in its T. Younger children should have more protein because protein amino acids act to form blocks for tissues and bones in developing children. There is nothing wrong with giving more than the required amount of protein (if we are talking about 14).
The next important thing you should know. This is the most effective source of power in the flow of RSSc. The more material, the more energy. Most food additives make up about 68% of what they consume. Adding more food increases the energy content because the food contains more calories.
Fi fiber is the next thing to look for. Fiber is an important part of CSR, mainly because bacterial yeast produces contaminant acid (VFA) which causes CSR. It melts more slowly and requires more energy to convert into energy. Longer fiber has lower energy content.
However, equities have less energy than Strategy GX because equities have more fiber. It doesn't have to be bad. As far as I know, both foods are great, but I have never fed Ecostage. If your CSR is for an average job and you want to save money, go to Equities. If you're running out of weight, go for the GX strategy to get more calories.
Remember that CSR is not a substitute for fiber grass in foods. So give it about 2% of your body weight a day (that's average).
Note: I am skipping any discussion on the ratio of vitamins and minerals as they are in good range in prepared foods.
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