Passion and a Supplement Help Restore a Horse’s Health

Lifelong horse enthusiast and rider Debby Brown got her first horse when she was just 10-years-old.  She has surrounded herself with good horses and horse people through life, enjoying both the companionship and the sport of riding and competing in various disciplines. Brown has competed in poles and barrels, but now prefers trail riding, pasture […]

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Why Should You Care About Gut Health, Part 2: Immunity

In Part 1 of our series on gut health, we discussed the impact of good gut health on digestion and absorption. This next part focuses on perhaps a lesser known impact – immunity. A large portion of the immune system is found in the gut. In fact, over 70% of all the body’s immune cells […]

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Not All Protein is Created Equal

Did you know “protein” is derived from the Greek word “proteos”, meaning of first or most importance? In fact, nearly 15% of a horse’s body weight is made up of protein. Protein provides amino acids, which are essential to developing healthy muscles, hooves, skin, coat, and mane and tail. While there are many protein sources […]

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