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Chicory Root

Chicory Root

Chicory root is revered for being a potent source of inulin, a prebiotic fiber that has been linked to improved gastric health. There are a number of foods that can bring inulin to your horse's diet, but this month we are highlighting this little gem: chicory root, an inulin-rich food represente...
Dandelion

Dandelion

Dandelions are a natural part of a horse's diet and are often sought out in favor of other plants in the spring. The following explains WHY they love them so much!   BENEFITS IN THE EQUINE DIET   Highly Nutritious Dandelions contain Vitamin A, thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Fo...
Brewer's Yeast

Brewer's Yeast

BENEFITS IN THE EQUINE DIET Brewers yeast is an excellent source of protein and is our choice for an alternative to the synthetic or coal tar derivative B vitamins found in today’s equine supplements and feed. The B-complex vitamins in brewer's yeast include B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (n...
8 Common Questions About Chia for Horses Answered

8 Common Questions About Chia for Horses Answered

You may have heard about the benefits of chia for horses, but you're contentious; you only give your horse the best and you do your due diligence before introducing anything new into their diet. We're here to help. Here are eight of the most common questions about chia for horses answered!
Papaya

Papaya

At Stable Feed, we know that what you feed your horses matters. Mixed with chia, green papaya, aloe vera gel, dried molasses powder, and beta-carotene/ L-glutamine rich vegetables (carrot, kale, cabbage), our Papaya Chia is a great option for many horses and provides superior gastric support! 
Manuka Honey

Manuka Honey

Manuka Honey: a functional food: Manuka honey is a sweet and tasty gift from bees. Along with two forms of antibacterial hydrogen peroxide, Manuka honey contains methylglyoxal (MGO) and dihydroxyacetone, two chemical substances with high antimicrobial action.  Unlike hydrogen peroxide, MGO and ...
Why Feed Chia?

Why Feed Chia?

While nutritional needs vary from horse to horse depending on age, work, availability of quality forage, etc., there are some dietary constants. Chia seeds are one of the few supplemental foods that are appropriate for every stage and age of a horse’s life. 
Spirulina

Spirulina

Spirulina is a dense, green powder derived from freshwater, blue-green algae. It is a potent functional food documented as having anti-histamine, anti-inflammatory and immune modulating effects. Spirulina supports respiratory and skin health and was recently recognized for its ability to support ...

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