Here's what Nicole Sacchitella in Boulder has to say about her hard-keeper horse Puck. Check out his before/after pix, too. "Before I began using EquiPride, Puck was a typical skinny and sensitive Thoroughbred. Over the last winter his coat had
Horses require vitamin E in their diets for many biological functions. One of vitamin E’s most well-known roles is as a powerful antioxidant that promotes health of muscle and nerve cells. Because it is fat-soluble, vitamin E must be consumed with
The professionals at Kentucky Equine Research (KER) answer questions frequently about how best to nourish equine athletes, from low-level performance horses to Olympic hopefuls. The importance of daily electrolyte supplementation for high-performance
Modulating gut health in ruminants Maintaining gut health is essential for beef and dairy cattle production. Strategies must be developed to modulate the gut in order to optimize animal health and performance. Due to customer demands, producers
Rabbits are strict herbivores… They only eat vegetable and vegetable materials and need high fiber diets to maintain good digestion. Providing high-quality grass hay pellets and fresh hay, along with vegetables and fruits provides good nutrition.