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Ration Balancers for Horses: Feeding Horses for a Healthy Weight 

Hay, pasture and unfortified grains may be able to maintain a horse in adequate body condition but will be deficient in nutrients needed to support optimal muscle, hoof growth, skin, hair and overall health.  Help your horses achieve the nutritional balance they once derived naturally with a ration balancer.

A concentrated, pelleted ration balancing horse feed such as Purina® Enrich Plus® ($2 off in June) can help offer ration consistency and provide the proper balance of protein, vitamins and minerals without unnecessary calories. It is designed to be fed along with hay or pasture and gives them all the nutrients they need.  Think of it like taking your daily multi-vitamin (that also includes amino acids). keep reading


It All Starts With The Gut, Right?

It’s estimated that approximately 14% of all veterinary visits are related to some sort of gastrointestinal distress. A healthy gut and a happy digestive system can absorb more nutrients into your pet’s body, meaning more energy and more of the macronutrients and micronutrients they need to live their best and happiest life! 

If your dog is showing signs of gastrointestinal distress there are some things you can do in addition getting your veterinarian involved.  Primal’s Winter Squash Puree Edible Elixir (part of our June Promo) is a whole food supplement that adds prebiotics and probiotics to your pet’s diet. You can combine it with Primal’s Raw Goat milk, a recipe they call Gut Goop, for added benefits.  read more

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