Naturally Right Horse Feed - 12%

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Naturally Right Horse 12% protein, 12% Fiber, and 8% fatOur Horse Ration is a premium textured feed for your favorite equine. A FIXED FORMULA feed which includes sunflower seeds, kelp, flax, and all natural vitamins and minerals for a healthy horse inside and out.

Crimped oats and ROASTED milo to allow for maximum nutrition absorption (much greater nutrition available than in unroasted milo). A tasty feed for your horse fortified with Fertrell Horse Power, a premium all natural “Vitamin/Mineral Premix which promotes strength, stamina and muscle tone to be added to grains for a complete horse feed” and also contains probiotics for gut health.

Some of our horses prefer their H and H Horse ration dry and others prefer it wet.  Experiment and you will find your horse thrives on H and H Naturally Right Horse feed!!

Why Soy Free and Non-GMO Feed?

H and H Feed Made by Nature, NOT in a lab!

The question “Why Soy Free and Non-GMO?” requires a lengthy response, too much to truly cover here. The following is a brief overview and we will add relevant links as we can:

Soy-Free Most of the soy available today is genetically modified. Additionally soy has become the inexpensive “filler” protein used in so many commercial animal feeds. Soy-based protein as the main protein source is not natural for animals. Additionally chickens are not vegetarians. (Watch them chase down a grasshopper or chase each other for an earthworm!) And they need both plant and animal protein to get the complimentary amino acids necessary for a truly healthy bird. Goats need a variety of protein sources as well to thrive.

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) Increasingly, and controversially, some grains are being planted using genetically modified seeds. In this way the crop can survive herbicides (think Round-Up ready corn) and yields can be artificially increased. We believe in avoiding GMO grains in our own diet and in the diets of our animals! Our tests have shown no GMO detected in the grain we use in our feed.