Feed & Nutrition

Equine Mineral and Vitamin Premix - All horses need minerals and vitamins and all feeds contain some level of mineral and vitamin. The issue is determining what is coming from the natural feedstuff, and what needs to be supplemented to balance each horse’s unique needs. This will vary quite a bit depending on the individual situation.

Equiade Body Support

Twenty-nine years ago, our founder, a long-time horseman and pharmacist, Arnold Epstein of Merrick, New York, was constantly searching for an effective way to enhance equine performance. Then, some 20 years ago, he developed Body Support, which in the United States is known as Body Builder Equine. It has become widely recognized as the most unique equine supplement offered by our company to build muscle in horses. Epstein took over two years to develop the product in order to find exactly the right mixture for maximum effect.

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Beet pulp is one of my favorite things to feed. It is the pulp of the sugar beet plant that remains after the sugar has been removed. This pulp has virtually no sugar. Even if molasses is added to improve the taste, the sugar content is low — less than three percent.

Your Horse's Winter Energy Needs, forages is the perfect energy source for Your horse, optimize your winter feeding regime, sources of equine energy, Shelagh Niblock, BSc.Ag., PAS

When the days start getting shorter, horse owners know that winter is just around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about winter feeding regimes. Feeding horses in virtually all parts of Canada during the winter months involves a need for increased energy intake because of cold temperatures and inclement weather. The amount of additional energy required by your horse will be even greater in extremely cold climates.

Reduce Horse’s Cribbing equine Juliet M. Getty early weaning foals cribbing

Your horse presses his top teeth against a solid object, arches his neck, and swallows air in a rocking motion. A grunting or gulping noise emerges. This is cribbing. Its true cause is unknown but genetics along with stressful circumstances appear to be the underlying problems. Cribbing is such a seriously addictive habit that many horses will actually prefer it to eating, and so they will slowly waste away.

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Researchers from Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany studied possible causes of the formation of fecal liquid in otherwise healthy horses. Fecal liquid (or fecal water, as the researchers denote it) is not diarrhea. Instead, horses afflicted with this condition have normally formed fecal balls, followed by excretion of water from the anus. Not only does this soil the tail and legs, but the excretion causes skin irritation and lesions. Fecal liquid production is not only unpleasant; it also deprives the horse of important minerals and electrolytes.

equine Hoof Care horse Dr. Wendy Pearson, feeding healthy hooves, biotin equine hooves

Anyone out there remember the typewriter? You know, that noisy mechanical gadget that slowly tapped out letters on a piece of paper. This relic of communication technology was really a remarkable invention, but hands-up everyone who is glad we don’t have to use it anymore!

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