Even Doctor Oz will tell you natural is better... So why not for your horse? :-)
Let's have a look at your horse’s natural diet to see what types of food your horse is naturally
designed to eat.
First off, your horse is an herbivore.
That means... they're designed to eat herbage (plant material). Their body is designed for continuous intake of high fiber, low starch, low sugar and low fat living plant material from a wide variety of plants and non plants.
So your horse can metabolize a wide variety of grasses, herbs, twigs, bark, flowers, seeds, roots and fruits if they were in a natural setting.
But just like us, your horses body craves a little variety now and again.
From a horses perspective, variety and freshness of phytonutrients (plant source nutrients) is essential for good health. A little of this a little of that. (If yours is like my girl Penny, she'd prefer more carrots and treats.)
It's the constant assortment of natural plant source nutrients that will keep your horse healthy and strong.
Makes sense right?
To help your horse gets these important phytonutrients they need, you can provide your horse with daily access to native or unimproved pasture, woodlands or other natural areas where a variety of nongrass herbage may be found, even hand grazing your horse among all the various vegetation works.
Or another option is to give your horse fresh or dried herbs that are found in their natural setting.
Horse Moms organic and natural supplements are based on this premise... By feeding a variety of plants and non plants based on your horse’s natural diet you are increasing the probability that their diet will meet their needs of minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, protein, fiber and fatty acids.
In my opinion it's a whole lot better than throwing ickey smelling pharmaceutical grade or worse still feed grade (animal) supplements into their bucket and trying to mask the taste with all sorts of funny stuff.
Think of it like this...
Wouldn't you rather get your vitamin C from a nice juicy orange
or from one of those big, hard, pelleted vitamins?
You know the kind right?
The ones that when you crack them open smell so bad that you have to open the windows to get that retched smell out.
So how do you think your horse feels when you pour that animal / pharmaceutical grade powder with who knows what kind of fillers in to their bucket.
Starting to make sense why they turn their noses up at that stuff?
Now if you really want to be a horse mom... you'll mix their horse moms supplements into their bucket with their feed and squirt a little apple cider vinegar into the bucket and mix well.
Now I know this isn't for everybody but what that does is something really extra special for your horse. It releases all the smells and tastes and that little meal you just served up will be just be bursting with the wonderful natural flavor your horse loves.
And your horse is going to thank you for it.
Now you don't have to do it. But if you do it'll sure be a special treat.
Think nice, ripe, juicy, freshly picked orange.
Complete Health and Nutrition
Ok so here's the arrangement ...
Each and every Horse Moms All-In-One supplement uses only natural and organic ingredients that are part of your horse’s natural diet.
Because your horse’s genetic evolution has produced a metabolism which operates efficiently on a wide variety of grasses, herbs, twigs, bark, flowers, roots, fruits, seeds, etc.
(they love this stuff and their bodies thrive on it)
We do our best to reproduce the smorgasbord a horse would eat in the wild.
We can offer a selection of natural supplements made of herbs, plants, kelp, bark, roots, flowers, fruits and seeds which provide the vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, fiber and detoxifiers your horse needs to stay healthy naturally.
Because we use ingredients close to your horse’s natural diet they provide the body with “organic” elements that are easier for the body to metabolize providing more nutrition then regular supplements using “inorganic” ingredients.
All of these ingredients help keep your horse feeling and staying healthy.
We found the best way to optimize your horse’s health, performance and longevity is by keeping close
to your horse’s natural diet and feeding your horse based on their life stage, activity, age, weight and condition to ensure they meet their individual nutrient needs.
Have a look at our list of equine supplements
Encouraging Your Horse’s
Good Health - Naturally -
Equine “Life Stage” Supplements
Using only Natural & Organic plant based
ingredients found in your horse’s natural diet