Many horses are not able to graze—due to pasture availability, travel schedule or soluble carbohydrate sensitivity—missing out on the benefits of green grass, including omega fatty acids and natural vitamin E. Team Purina set out to create a feed to uniquely balance a horse’s diet as nature intended.
Horse owners are continually looking for research and information related to the health and performance issues. To help fill that demand, Kemin Equine is proud to present the 2022 EquiSUMMIT™!
The Classic Equine Ceramic Wraps can help ease inflammation, and reduce swelling, while increasing circulation to alleviate discomfort and promote healing.
Hay cubes consist of dried forage, such as alfalfa, that is formed into 1.25” wide x 2.5” long rectangular pieces. To make a cube, Standlee Premium Products first grows the forage plant to the proper stage of maturity, and then cuts, dries and bales the forage into conventional bales for storage.
Gastric discomfort may negatively affect a horse’s health, attitude and performance.
Equine skin and coat health is complicated. KineticVet’s EquiShield line of products offers horse-friendly solutions for nearly every skin or coat ailment. From fungal and bacterial skin issues to sunburn, wounds, IBH, and even allergies, EquiShield covers it all!
There are many different ways to provide joint support. Often, the type of support chosen depends on whether the purpose is for prevention, maintenance or to support an existing joint health problem, and whether the problem is acute or chronic in nature. Offering early joint support is usually with the goal of preventing or delaying the development of joint health concerns.
The decision to enter a sophisticated and competitive product market requires the commitment to excellence from the first moment of product launch.
Sponsored by Classic Equine by Ritchie Your performance horse’s water intake this winter can make or break his health. Plan now to ensure that he has access to clean, fresh water, even on the coldest days. The fall show season is going full tilt, but we horse owners know that colder temperatures, icy conditions, and […]
Prebiotics and probiotics are fed with the goal of helping to keep the bacteria in your horse’s gastrointestinal (GI) tract healthy. One way they may do this is by helping the beneficial bacteria in the gut flourish and function. They accomplish this in two unique ways. Prebiotics are often specialized fibers or complex carbohydrates — not living microorganisms — that act as a food or energy source for the beneficial bacteria in the GI tract. Probiotics on the other hand are live microorganisms — usually strains of beneficial bacteria or “good bugs” that can help improve gut health.