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Assume you have several horses which need a new feeding plan. You have carefully chosen a new plan for
each type of horse. Review the information below to help you with your plan. For this example we will use a
1,000 pound horse. Each percent is a percentage of the body weight of the horse.
1,000 pound working horse-light work
Average 1.8% Proportion Percent 100 % Forage 0% Additives
Actual pounds: 18 lbs
1,000 pound working horse-medium work
Average 1.9 % Proportion Percent 50% Forage 50% Additives
Actual pounds: 19 lbs
1,000 pound working horse-intense work
(Practice: Fill in the blanks in the actual pounds line using the percents)
Average 2.3% Proportion Percent 35% Forage 65% Additives
Actual pounds: ________
Now, use what you have learned from the information above to figure out how much you need to feed each
of the horses below.
1. 1,300 lb working horse who has a light work routine.
2. 1,250 lb working horse who has a intense work routine.
3. 1,175 lb working horse who has a medium work routine.
4. 997.5 lb working horse who has a medium work routine.
5. 1,275 lb working horse who has a intense work routine.
6. Over time the 1,275 lb horse has gained 27 lbs. How many pounds more should he
be feed to reach the requirements?
We fed one horse the same amount of food every day. After the horse had finished eating, we measured
to see how much of the food was actually eaten. The purpose was to see what amount of feed, if any, was
being wasted. Use the graph of results below to answer the questions below. Round your answers to the
nearest hundredth.
Horse tested: 1275 lb horse with an intense work schedule.
6. During the first day of the test, what percent of the food was wasted? ________________________
7. Assume that the horse was under an intense work program and weighs
1,275 lbs. On average how many pounds was the horse fed? _________________________
8. How many pounds of that was forage? _________________________
9. On Day 3 how many pounds were eaten? _________________________
10. On the graph by what increments are the percents eaten measured? __________________________
11. What percent difference was there between the day with the least amount eaten and the day
with the most amount eaten?
_________________________
12. How many total pounds of additives was the horse fed? _________________________
13. On the 6th day how many pounds of food were wasted? _________________________
14. If the horse only weighed 1,175 lbs. How much less forage should
he be fed than the horse tested? ________________________
15. What was the total percent of food wasted throughout the 7 day test? ________________________
16. On the graph, what is the x axis labeled? __________________________
17. How many days did the horse eat at least 95% of his food? ________________________
18. How many more pounds of food were wasted on Day 2 than Day 4?
__________________________
19. How many more pounds of food would the horse have to eat to reach 100% on day 6?
__________________________
20. The horse should be eating 35% forage and 65% additives. Remembering that the horse
weighs 1275 lbs and has an intense work schedule. How many pounds of additives
should he be fed?
__________________________
21. On the 5th day how many pounds of food were wasted? __________________________
22. On the 2nd day it shows that the horse ate 65 % assuming that they out of the percentage
they did not eat was 30% forage and 70% additives. How many pounds of additives
did they not eat?
__________________________
23. On day 3 he ate all of the additives he was given. What percent of the forage did he not eat?
__________________________
24. On the graph, what is the y axis labeled? __________________________
25. On the graph which day represents the most eaten? __________________________
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