Read about how EquiPride helps Enos Yoder keep his team of Percheron horses healthy and ready to perform. Watch this video to hear more about how he's virtually eliminated colic.
I live in Alaska and own a beloved family milk cow named Emily. I bought her two years ago and added EquiPride (we don't have access to the cattle versions of your supplement) 1 year ago. I must say that it is THE BEST supplement I have ever used.
The Colorado Cattle Company knows horses and how to feed them. They feed EquiLix tubs to provide their working horses with the essentials listed here. They have also reduced hay cost and seen improved body condition in their horses with EquiLix. Hear
"EquiPride is a common recommendation of mine to help horses improve hoof quality, hair coat quality and energy levels. I love EquiPride to cover these bases because it's not only a great fat source with the flax base, but the probiotics, enzymes and
When winter is approaching it's time to start thinking about your cattle's increased winter feeding needs. Have you considered Sweet Pro's cattle tubs? Our 250-lb tubs are all natural and non-molasses. Our patented process utilizes fermentation of
Our dealer, Libi Susag, in Scobey, MT, had a colt that was attacked by a mountain lion about a month ago. She has been using the Redmond Conditioner as a poultice and seeing great results. Check out these pictures of how his wounds are healing.
"I need another bag of EquiPride. My shoer said yesterday that Shaker's feet are the best he has ever seen in the 4 years he has been shoeing him! All thanks to EquiPride!" Sharon Kammerzell Lakewood, CO
"I have used EquiPride going on two years now and the benefits of this product for my horses are wonderful! My aging Arabian gelding is in great shape, his coat glistens, his mane and tail are luxurious and thick. My farrier always comments
Why do horses lose weight? Have you noticed that your horse is eating lots of hay but he’s still not gaining weight? Horses can drop weight for many reasons ranging from medical conditions to environment and feeding concerns. To help you understand
What is Laminitis? As reported in Understanding Lameness (Western Horseman, 2009), laminitis, or founder, means the laminae in your horse’s hooves have started to detach. The laminae bind the coffin bone to the inside of your horse’s hoof wall,