01
Jun

June News

Has Your Horse Put On The Covid-19? 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 […]

21
Apr

Garment Bags from World Class Equine

Garment bags from World Class Equine. Designed to hold multiple garments with a zipper halfway around – $39.99 each. All embroidery will be done in block lettering, all caps – $12.99 per location. A 10% discount is available for orders of 10+ bags. For orders of more than 3 bags please submit multiple orders. When […]

17
Apr

Season Long Fly Control

Start Now To Keep Flies Away All Season The best way to control flies is to prevent the as much as possible.  Feed-through options are a convenient way to do this.  By disrupting the life cycle of the fly they provide effective control.  For best results you’ll want to start feeding them about 30 days […]

05
Sep

Purina E3 – Equine Educational Event Oct 1, 2019

Join us for a fun, interactive and educational horse event. Date: October 1, 2019 Time: 6 pm – Dinner (complimentary) & Program Location: Mid South Equine Sports Medicine & Surgery35 McDaniel Rd, Tioga, TX, 76271 (map it) Topics: Gastric Health, Muscle Function and Bloom in the Performance Horse Professional Panel Q&A KC Jones Jason Martin Charlie […]

03
Sep

Back To School Savings – September

Relieving Gastric Discomfort in Horses Just as back to school season can be stressful for parents and kids alike, changing seasons and many environmental factors can be very stressful to horses.  And, when horses are stressed they’re significantly more likely to develop gastric discomfort which can lead to ulcers. Some of these stressors include hard […]

01
Aug

Summer Survival Strategy – August

Hot SpotsHot spots are moist, painful, red, irritated, and—you guessed it—hot lesions that can develop on a dog’s skin, usually on the chest, hip, or head. They can grow rather quickly, especially if your dog ends up chewing, scratching, or licking them, causing further irritation.   A hot spot could be caused by anything that [...]
15
Oct

Meet Your “Neigh”bors

Horse neighbors that is! To be featured in our Meet Your "Neigh"bors profile please complete the form linked below Your Name* Your Email* City you live in* Your horse's name, show name, barn name, nickname(s)* Are there any stories that go with any of those names? Breed* Horse's Age How long has this horse been [...]