Stable Thinking


10 Horse Gifts: Every Horse's Christmas Wish List

What can you get the horse that has everything for Christmas? The first thing that comes to mind is of course FOOD related, but what is something unique and fun to give this Christmas? Check out the below horse gift ideas for items we know your horse will LOVE:

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Benefits of Fat in Your Horse’s Diet: Cool Calories ® 100

Providing sufficient calories for your horse can be a challenge.  However, improving your horse’s dietary management can be as simple as adding the right fat supplement. 

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Amonia: The Hidden Danger in the Barn

We all like to think of the barn as a place to unwind and relax, but did you know that there may be a hidden danger to you lurking in your horse’s stall?

When you open the stall door, pitchfork in hand, are you hit with an acrid burning of the nose, lungs and throat? That my friend, is the signature trademark of ammonia.

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The Real Facts on Stabilized Rice Bran For Horses

Horse owners have numerous choices when it comes to equine supplements.  One of the more popular is stabilized rice bran.  However, all rice brans are not created equal! 

Did you know Stabilized Rice Bran is not the same as Rice Bran?

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Calf-Manna: Why Horse Owner's Keep Coming Back

Once in a blue moon, there is a product that stands the test of time.  It is rare indeed!  In any industry, products will go extinct as trends and needs change.  Look at Polaroid cameras and floppy disks.  Even the Twinkie almost vanished a few years ago. Gasp!   So, when I discovered that Calf-Manna ® Equine  Performance Supplement has been around for 80 years, I decided to delve into an investigation as to why Calf-Manna has been here for almost a century.

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Breaking Bad: How To Break In Your New Leather Tack

Everyone loves new tack!  It’s gorgeous, it’s super clean, but it is also stiff and uncomfortable. So how do you turn your new tack from standing up on it’s own to being comfortable for your horse?  Easy.  A few simple steps and some patience. 

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