Need Extra Protein?

Need Extra Protein?

Protein Rich Feedstuff Options
Vermont Blend or Vermont Blend Pro

Vermont Blend or Vermont Blend Pro

Both Vermont Blend and Vermont Blend Pro provide the same level of minerals and amino acids. The main differences between the two is the addition or Probiotics in Vermont Blend Pro and the serving size.
Crazy high iron? Don't panic!

Crazy high iron? Don't panic!

Typically when iron is this high it is caused by surface contamination. Here are a few examples on how this may occur...
Probiotics and the GI Tract

Probiotics and the GI Tract

Do probiotics survive a horse's gastrointestinal tract?
Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha

A study summary: The outcomes of the present study suggested that Ashwagandha root extract has potential hemopoietic, anti-stress, antioxidant, adaptogenic, and immunostimulant properties.
Selenium 101

Selenium 101

Selenium is a mineral to embrace, not be scared of.  Deficiencies can cause your horse harm as well as toxicity.  Toxic range is 20mg per day.  Optimum levels for your horse can range from 3-5mg per day.  Sometimes more!
Is your forage meeting your horses mineral requirements?

Is your forage meeting your horses mineral requirements?

Save your money! Don't buy minerals your forage is already providing.
An In Depth Look At Vitamin E

An In Depth Look At Vitamin E

Vitamin E is an essential nutrient that can not be synthesized by the horse, therefore must be supplemented in the diet.
Vitamin A

Vitamin A

To Supplement or Not?
Vitamin E ~ Just The Facts

Vitamin E ~ Just The Facts

Whether you care for a pasture pet or a performance horse, Vitamin E is an essential nutrient in your horses diet. The key word here is “essential”, meaning it is required for the body to work properly. 

Supplement Transparency

Supplement Transparency

Between clever marketing and promises, well intentioned horse owners spend hundreds in supplements they hope will help their horse.  Then you look at the ingredients of this miracle powder and see: Proprietary Blend, a guaranteed analysis in ppm’s and percentages you can’t decipher, or worse yet…no guaranteed analysis at all.  What’s a horse owner to do??
Feeding Oil

Feeding Oil

Seeing a jug of vegetable oil in a feed room is pretty common.  Reasons may be for a shinny coat, weight gain or extra energy.  Here are some important highlights about feeding your horse oil.