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In nature horses met their nutritional needs by roaming to find plants, licking on mineral deposits and other plant material and consuming fresh, clean water free choice.   We now confine horses to stalls, dry lot paddocks or pastures.  Our product choices support feeding horses either free choice or scheduled feedings.

Help choosing how to feed:

Many people believe that animals know what their bodies need.  In nature they would find it.  Horses kept in stalls and dry lot paddocks certainly can’t roam to meet their nutritional needs.  Horses that are kept on pasture are still confined to some degree and can’t roam very far to find various plants and mineral.  We offer products that support free choice feeding for your horse’s unique living situation.

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Free-choice feeding options:

EquiLix is an all-natural, non-molasses, non-starch free-choice lick tub.  It contains vitamins, minerals, yeast, live enzymes, pre-biotics, and diatomaceous earth.  It comes in 50lb, 125lb a 250lb sizes.  Click here for a brochure.

EquiLix PI is intended for owners seeking higher product intake for horses, donkeys and mules working, in competition or for picky eaters that do not consume the standard EquiLix at the necessary rate to provide nutritional benefits.

Redmond Naturals offers sea salt in two free-choice versions:  Redmond Rock (7 lbs) or a Redmond 44lb Lick Block version.  The Redmond Lick block comes in 8 types.

Scheduled feeding options:

Based on a horse’s personality, background, or health issues, scheduled feedings may be the best option. We offer the following products for this type of feeding:

EquiPride is the loose bagged version of the EquiLix tubs.  It is a non-molasses, non-starch, vitamin, mineral, yeast, live enzymes, and pre-biotics.  EquiPride can be ordered with diatomaceous earth and comes in 25lb pails (40 day supply for a 1,000lb horse) or 50lb bags (80 supply for a 1,000lb horse)

Redmond Naturals are sea salt and volcanic ash (toxin binder) conditioner. Salt comes in lick blocks, rocks or crushed in bags. The conditioner comes in a 50lb bag.

Mountain Sunrise makes all natural (no additives/binders) hay pellets in alfalfa, various types of grass hay (Bermuda, Bermuda plus, oat, and timothy) and a combination of alfalfa/Bermuda, alfalfa/oat and alfalfa/timothy. We offer 8 kinds of hay for you to choose from in 50lb bags.  We also carry the Mountain Sunrise 80/20 pellets that contain 80% alfalfa & 20% corn, also in 50lb bags.

We offer Beet-E-Bites‘ all natural, low sugar, low carb hand-fed horse treats, the bran-free SafeMash and medicinal cookie crumblers.  The treats come in carrot, apple, peppermint and licorice in 12 oz or 3 lbs.  The SafeMash comes in an 16 oz package in apple or peppermint flavors. The cookie crumblers are designed to hide medications and supplements.


Success Stories:
Una Schade, with Colorado Horse Forum, located in Aurora Colorado found improved feed efficiency, better digestion and a healthy coat with SweetPro’s EquiLix.  Click here or on the Success Story below for a larger image>>

More Feedback:
Click here to find out how Brandi Turner, located in Commerce City, CO has had great success using SweetPro’s EquiPride with her horses, as it improves their hoof quality and overall health>>
Click here to read more about how the Colorado Cattle Company of New Raymer, Colorado has had success feeding Sweet Pro’s EquiPride to their ranch horses>>

Click here to read more about how Enos Yoder of Hidden”Y” Ranch located in Westcliffe, Colorado has had less colic, healthy coats and hooves and more feeding SweetPro’s EquiPride to his Percheron show horses>>

Click here to read more about Joan Matteo of Westminster, Colorado and her success feeding SweetPro’s Equilix to her rescue horses>>

 

Video Testimonials:

Click here or on the video below to hear about how Vicki Borrelli of Cloverleaf Farms in Colorado Springs, Colorado uses SweetPro’s EquiPride to improve her horses health from the inside out>>

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