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Why We Use Stabilized Rice Bran

Since we introduced Stabilized Rice Bran to the equine nutrition market, we have proven the advantages that can be gained by using this food grade ingredient to replace higher starch feed ingredients in your horses feeding program.  Stabilized Rice Bran is high in natural vegetable fat (18% to 20%), is a good source of fermentable fiber and provides quality protein.

Why We Use Coolstance® Coconut Meal

Not all coconut meal is created equal…..the processing methods and quality of coconut meal can vary considerably. For over 20 years highest quality Coconut meal, like that found exclusively in CoolStance®, has been proving itself as a super premium, low starch source of digestible energy for performance horses in Australia.

What is Non-GMO All About?

Every day I have more and more people ask about the use of GMO ingredients in horse feeds. There is a lot of confusion about just what the term means, and if there is a real difference in how feed concentrates and pet foods are made. Here is some information to hopefully clear up the confusion.

Coconuts in Horses

It seems that every few months a new nutritional fad appears with wild claims of the benefits to be realized from the latest new thing. A good friend in the cutting horse industry once told me , "if the big futurity was won by a horse eating only carrots, there would be nothing but orange manure in the cutting pens for the next year.

Managing the Health of Your Horse and Wallet

Parasite control is an element of horse management that often gets neglected when discussing proper care. . Lack of proper parasite control is the second most frequently seen issue related to the overall inability to thrive. You can fix this issue simply with a calendar. Frequency of treatment will vary by region and potential exposure to infestation.

Think About Your Horse's Teeth

It seems that there is a new horse feed or supplement launched into the market every week. Complete feeds, senior feeds, junior feeds, low starch feeds, performance feeds, and the list goes on and on. What many horse owners and feed companies fail to realize is that these feeds should not be your primary consideration when it comes to nutrition for your horse.