Feeding your horse a high quality feed can have many benefits, which include improved overall health, coat & hoof health, digestion and joint health. We can help you understand your horse's individual nutritional needs and weigh out the cost benefit of feeding a high quality feed.

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Developing a Nutrition Plan

There are many factors that go into developing your horse's nutritional plan, such as an assessment of your horse's eating habits and gathering information on your horse's lifestyle. After we start their new diet, we may need to adjust after 30 days to make sure they are on the right track.

What type of feed should I be feeding? View lifestyle descriptions below:

Horses kept for pleasure or occasional riding and considered “easy keepers.” Often spend time in pasture, maintain their weight and do well on maintenance feeds.

Horses that do some type of physical activity such as riding, training, pulling or carrying a load. With an increased activity level, an active performance horse typically requires increased caloric intake.

Older horses that are typically over 15 years old. May also include horses with issues such as poor teeth and those that require additional digestive support or topline improvement.

Growing, developing or breeding horses. Includes foals (under a year) or yearlings (between 1-2), up until about 4 years old, along with mares that are breeding, pregnant or lactating and breeding stallions.

Horses under 14.2 hands (under 58 inches) for ponies or up to 38 inches for miniature horses.

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