® Pro Care® is a low
starch, beet pulp based feed designed to support normal
intestinal health. It
is ideal for performance horses, seniors, and all horses under training, travel,
or immune stress.
What Makes Equilene Pro Care Unique?
The technologies in Equilene® Pro Care® were selected for their unique abilities to strengthen the intestinal lining and support a normal hea…
Gail Holmes of Double Dove Ranch in Ft. Worth, Texas, desires only the best. Daughter of the late Jim Holmes, Gail is rooted in the cutting horse breeding industry. In fact, the family’s most noted sire, Dual Rey (bred by Gail’s sister Linda), is an Equi-Stat Elite $42 Million Sire. It’s safe to say Gail understands that continued commitment to quality is what makes a breeding program great. Wi…
When a woman is pregnant, the first recommendation a doctor
makes is to begin prenatal vitamins. This advice holds true for horses as well.
Pregnancy and lactation are the times of highest nutrient demand for any horse.
Roughly speaking, when a mare is providing milk for her foal, her calorie and
vitamin requirements have doubled, protein needs have tripled, and calcium,
phosphorus, and amino…
It’s a jungle out there when it comes to feeds and
supplements for horses. A simple Google search for ‘horse supplement’ turns up
over 67 million results, and ‘horse feed’ shows 485 million! Every ad feels the
same, and every company’s representative says their product is the best, so it
can quickly feel like a losing battle. When evaluating your options, here are a
few good questions to ask.…
Horses are known for the explosive power that comes from
strong, fully engaged muscles. Along with proper training, an amino acid supplement
can help improve muscling, stamina, and explosive strength in horses. Amino acids are critical to a horse’s health because they
are the building blocks of nearly every soft tissue component within the body
including muscles, tendons, ligaments, and the ne…
Harvest time of hay is one of the most influential factors that
determine the quality of hay. As grasses and legumes continue to grow and mature
the amount of valuable nutrients such as protein and energy decrease. Each day
harvest is delayed reduces the quality of the hay.As plants progress from the vegetative state (no seed heads
or flowers) to the final seed formation state, the amount of s…