Archive for the ‘Horse’ Category

Cubeit Alfalfa Cubes

Tuesday, July 24th, 2018

New Braunfels Feed now carries CubeIt Alfalfa Cubes! These cubes are made with sun-cured alfalfa from Snake River Valley, Idaho by Cubeit Hay Company. Your horse is sure to get the nutrients it needs from the Cubeit Alfalfa Cubes and is less mess than bales.
See some of the reasons why cubes are better below with information from […]

Moving to a Boarding Barn – What I’ve Learned

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

For the 25+ years that I have owned horses, they have always been ‘home’. That is to say, kept on the same property where I lived. Recently I moved Ferris, one of my geldings, to a boarding barn in preparation for a career change (from dressage to Hunter… he LOVES the jump!) and sale. The […]

Purina Strategy Horse Feeds Product Updates

Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

New Purina Strategy Horse Feeds Product Updates
Customers that use Purina Strategy Professional Formula GX and Purina Strategy Healthy Edge horse feeds will see a new look this June with the inclusion of Purina Outlast Gastric Support ingredients.  Purina Outlast Gastric Support Supplement contains a unique blend of ingredients designed to support gastric health and proper gastric […]

Renew Gold Horse Feed

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

Introducing the next generation in Equine Nutrition, Renew Gold!
Renew Gold gives horse owners the opportunity to utilize the nutritional advantages of Stabilized Rice Bran in an even more effective, advanced formulation. The unique combination of stabilized rice bran with CoolStance® Coconut Meal, Flax, and Fermented Yeast Culture allows Renew Gold to provide concentrated nutritional support for […]

Outlast Supplement pH Experiment

Monday, July 17th, 2017

See Purina® Outlast Supplement in action. Watch as Dr. Robert Jacobs, Purina PhD research equine nutritionist, demonstrates how a horse’s stomach would respond to a feeding of Outlast Supplement.
In this short experiment, Purina® Outlast Supplement raises the pH level of a simulated equine stomach environment from a harmful pH of 2 to a safe pH […]



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