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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Gladys at Holstein Parade

Kate Serre

Joanne, Betty & Laurie at Holstein Parade

Laurie & Joanne at Paisley & Hanover Parade

What are amino acids and why are they important?      Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and indicate the quality of the protein sources in a feed. Horses cannot synthesize all of the amino acids. Lysine, methionine and threonine are the first limiting amino acids. If they are deficient, the horse cannot make full use of the protein for hair coat, hoof growth and muscle development. All Purina horse feeds contain optimum levels of amino acids, for ideal muscle development and maintenance.

Tips for Managing Horses in Winter to Avoid Colic…..Colic can strike at any time and has many known–and some not-so-well-understood–risk factors. The fall and winter seasons themselves are known risk factors and there are several things you can do to decrease your horse’s likelihood of developing colic. As pastures dwindle in the fall and the horse must switch to a different diet, two major factors are at play. One is the fact there is a different diet.

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