Equine

  1. Dyna Shield Natural Horse Spray

    Dyna Shield Natural Horse Spray
    What do we risk when spraying chemicals on ourselves and our animals? (A case for natural horse spray) There are many pros and cons to using harsh chemicals on our animals (and ourselves) to keep biting insects away. The biggest argument made FOR using chemicals is that the bite of an insect could carry with it a disease that would...
  2. High Quality Nutrients Vs. the Cheap Stuff

    High Quality Nutrients Vs. the Cheap Stuff
    When you look at a supplement to determine quality, do you know what you're looking for? We have compiled a few key things that separate quality supplements from the products that are not effective and may actually harm you over time. True Chelation   In order to increase the absorption rate and therefore the usability of our minerals, Dynamite uses Mother...
  3. Animals and Smoke

    Animals and Smoke
    Animals and Smoke Tips to help your four-legged friends stay healthy when exposed to smoke in the air It’s so easy to think that our animals are not affected by air quality because they don’t openly complain. But, just like us, their bodies work overtime to deal with smoke, whether it's from wildfires or cigarettes. Here are some tips for...
  4. Problem Hooves

    Problem Hooves by Judy Sinner, Gold Director, WA To get to the bottom of problem hooves, put on your Dick Tracy hat and find out everything you can about the horse’s total diet, including any mineralized block or salt licks, worming schedule, housing conditions, and shoeing. The bottom line is that a healthy horse has healthy hooves, so we need...
  5. Mare Was a Picky Eater and Prone to Ulcers

    "Annie was a picky eater and prone to ulcers...now she eats every bite and looks for more! I'm shocked with what Dynamite has done!!" --Sabrina Salt, FL   I've had my own horses on Dynamite about 3 years now. I've always loved the products and noticed changes in coats, hooves, attitude, etc. But when I got my new mare, Annie...
  6. One of Three Remaining High Percent Malabar Arabians... and He's Dynamite!

    Submitted by Dynamite Bronze Director, Carrie Eastman "The above photo is of my beloved stallion, Nafis Rafiq in his youth. He will be 23 this year. He is the last Jilfan Sitam al Bulad dam line stallion that we know of. He is one of 3 remaining high percent Malabar Arabians, and one of less than 2000 Early American Foundation...
  7. Dynamite Mares - Spinner and Mystic

    Dynamite is definitely a product they will stay on for life! "Dynamite has done wonders for my two mares Spinner and Mystic. Spinner is a nervous mare but stays super focused when we are running barrels. They are calm and relaxed before and after our runs and both of them come out after their run like they just walked it...
  8. My Dynamite Story - Shayla and Phoenix

    My Dynamite Story - Shayla and Phoenix
        SHAYLA PASKETT Serenity Horsemanship & "Phoenix" Rescued Mare (Recently Adopted Out) 2018 On Jan 20th 2018 at 8pm we picked up our new rescue mare. She was terrified at the sight of humans and tried to jump over 5 ½ ft panels to get away in the process of getting her contained. We were her last hope of...
  9. Winter Horse Care Tips

    Colder weather can bring about shifts in energy and an increased need for nutritional balance. In a recent conference call, Gold Director, Judy Sinner, shared tips for making life easier for you and your horse during the cold winter months. Check out the highlights of the call below. Listen to the full conference call HERE Wintertime Horse Care Tips &...
  10. Equine Foundation Program

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fctU6n1T4P0   #video

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