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The unique nature of the formulation, extrusion and supplimentation of Wendlands is such that its entire regime of product distinction is upheld by two major US patents as well as ancillary patents in Canada and Australia.

An even cursory review of these patents is highly informative as to the history & development of One N' Only. We have included significant abstracts from the text of these patents on this product tour as well as complete downloadable copies for your consideration.

Thank you for taking the Wendland's One N' Only Tour, and please be in touch if we can answer any of your questions regarding this innovative and widely popular product.



 


 
 
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US Patent 4847095
Method for free choice horse feeding

 
US Patent 5053235
Extruded feed intake limiting composition

 


Method for free choice horse feeding
United States Patent 4847095

Inventors:
Alley, Larnce W. (Temple, TX)
Scott, Johnie T. (Temple, TX)
Application Number:
07/095829

Publication Date:
07/11/1989

Filing Date:
09/11/1987

Assignee:
Wendland's Farm Products, Inc. (Temple, TX)

Primary Examiner:
Penland R. B.

Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Judson, David H.

Claims:
I claim:

1. A method for feeding a pleasure horse having low-to-medium energy requirements, comprising the steps of:
extruding a horse ration into a plurality of substantially homogeneous feed particles having a bulk density between about 15-35 pounds per bushel, the horse ration having a composition consisting essentially of between about 15.0 and 28.1 percent by weight grain and fat and oil products, between about 20.0 and 30.0 percent by weight grain by-products, between about 8.0 and 20.0 percent by weight forage products, between about 8.0 and 20.0 percent by weight roughage products, between about 5.0 and 34.0 percent by weight plant protein products, between about 0.9 and 1.9 by weight calcium carbonate, between about 0.4 and 2.0 percent by weight salt and between about 1.7 and 5.0 percent by weight micro-nutrients; and
free-choice feeding the extruded feed particles to the pleasure horse as substantially the sole source of nutrition excluding water without risk of digestive orders.

2. The method for feeding as described in claim 1 wherein the step of extruding the horse ration includes the steps of:
uniformly mixing the composition products to produce a uniformly-mixed composition;
grinding the uniformly-mixed composition to produce a ground mixed composition;
introducing the ground mixed composition into a steam conditioning chamber at about 180° to 230° Centigrade; and
extruding the ground mixed composition into the plurality of substantially homogeneous feed particles.

3. The method for feeding as described in claim 2 wherein the step of extruding the horse ration further includes the step of:
cutting the feed particles into a predetermined shape.

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Extruded feed intake limiting composition
United States Patent 5053235

Inventors:
Alley, Larnce W. (Temple, TX)
Scott, Johnie T. (Temple, TX)
Application Number:
07/448561

Publication Date:
10/01/1991

Filing Date:
04/27/1989

Assignee:
Wendland's Farm Products, Inc. (Temple, TX)

Primary Examiner:
Penland R. B.

Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Judson, David H.

Parent Case Data:
This application is a continuation of prior application Ser. No. 07/095,829, filed 09/11/87, now U.S. Pat. No. 4,487,095.

Claims:
We claim:

1. A composition for a pleasure horse having low-to-medium energy requirements, comprising:
(a) between about 15.0 and 28.0 percent by weight grain and fat and oil products;
(b) between about 20.0 and 30.0 percent by weight grain by-products;
(c) between about 8.0 and 20.0 percent by weight forage products;
(d) between about 8.0 and 20.0 percent by weight roughage products;
(e) between about 5.0 and 34.0 percent by weight plant protein products;
(f) between about 0.9 and 1.9 percent by weight calcium carbonate;
(g) between about 0.4 and 2.0 percent by weight salt; and
(h) between about 1.7 and 5.0 percent by weight micro-nutrients;
wherein the composition consists essentially of a plurality of substantially homogeneous extruded feed particles having a bulk density between about 15-25 pounds per bushel with individual feed particles having a smooth texture, a length of up to 3 inches and being formed in shapes having rounded edges;
wherein a high fiber content, low density and large particle size of the composition allows free-choice feeding to the pleasure horse as substantially a sole source of nutrition excluding water.

2. The extruded feed intake limiting composition as described in claim 1 wherein the grain products comprise grain sorghum, corn, wheat, barley or oats.

3. The extruded feed intake limiting composition as described in claim 1 wherein the fat and oil products comprise corn oil, soybean oil, animal fat or vegetable oil.

4. The extruded feed intake limiting composition as described in claim 1 wherein the grain by-products comprise rice milled by-products, corn gluten feed or wheat midlings.

5. The extruded feed intake limiting composition as described in claim 1 wherein the forage products comprise dehydrated alfalfa meal.

6. The extruded feed intake limiting composition as described in claim 1 wherein the roughage products comprise rice hulls, soy hulls, peanut hulls, oat straw or corncobs.

7. The extruded feed intake limiting composition as described in claim 1 wherein the plant protein products comprise cottonseed meal, sunflower meal, linseed meal, corn gluten meal or soybean meal.

8. The extruded feed intake limiting composition as described in claim 1 wherein the micro-nutrients comprise vitamins, trace minerals and artificial colorants.

9. A composition for a pleasure horse having low-to-medium energy requirements, comprising:
(a) between about 15.0 and 28.0 percent by weight grain and fat and oil products;
(b) between about 36.0 and 70.0 percent by weight high fiber material selected from grain by-products, forage products and roughage products; and
(c) a remainder of the composition including protein and nutritional additives;
wherein the composition consists essentially of a plurality of substantially homogeneous extruded feed particles having a bulk density between about 15-25 pounds per bushel with individual feed particles having a smooth texture, a length of up to 3 inches and being formed in shapes having rounded edges;
wherein the high fiber content, low density and large particle size of the composition allows free-choice feeding to the pleasure horse as substantially a sole source of nutrition excluding water.


 
 
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