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  1. Equine Feeding Basics - Avoiding Common Mistakes Part 2 of 3

      Photo Courtesy of Emily Keene Grains become sugar in the body and horses are not high sugar eaters. Carbs are for energy for work and unless a horse is working hard or nursing or growing fast, grain is not usually even necessary. Sweet feeds high in molasses are particularly detrimental, causing a “sugar rush” that affects attitude, tightening muscles...
  2. March, 2018, North American Trail Ride Conference (NATRC) Success Story!

    "The judges of the NATRC ride could not believe Kairro's pulse and respiration were so good even after so much cantering and his final check out was good..."                                                                                 -- Janelle Lear, Director, TX   "My horse, Kairro, is a 23 year old Arabian gelding. He has had a very good life with some-but not much-work. In March, 2018, he...
  3. 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 &...
  4. The Right Energy at the Right Time

    When weather turns cold, we know that animals spending time outside need increased caloric intake. The additional calories go toward maintaining body temperature, while also providing energy to perform normal tasks in the face of snow, ice and wind. Many horse owners mistakenly offer grains as the primary source of these additional calories and then later wonder why their horses...
  5. Beating Father Time with Optimal Equine Nutrition

    Beating Father Time with Optimal Equine Nutrition
    One would expect that as our animals age that the signs of the years passing would show significantly on our furry friends. We beg to differ. Dynamite definitely subscribes to the philosophy that age is merely a number. Below are two such stories of horses that look better now in their later years than they did as young horses. How...
  6. Fatima, a True Dynamite Horse!

    Fatima, a True Dynamite Horse!
    At the Dynamite home office, we love hearing how our products are benefiting the people and animals that use them. Dynamite Bronze Director, Vicki H., from Washington, recently shared that her horse, Fatima, was celebrating her 33rd birthday! Fatima is an Anglo-Arab and Vicki has had her for 15 years. She’s been on Dynamite products for 14 years, and has...
  7. Not All Soybeans Are Created Equal

    Not All Soybeans Are Created Equal
    One of our Dynamite distributors recently pointed us to an article about the common use and processing of soy protein. The common processing of soybeans to make soy protein includes extracting the oil, removing the fiber, mixing it with hydrochloric acid and centrifuging it to remove the carbohydrates. The result: a thick, yellow, foamy slurry that has an aroma comparable...
  8. Getting Your Horses Ready for Cold Weather

    Getting Your Horses Ready for Cold Weather
    Photo courtesy of Distributor Jennifer Judkins. Cold weather months are just around the corner. Are you prepared to keep your equines in peak physical condition over the winter? "It is especially important to add nutritional supplements to horse feed as temperatures drop", Callie Zamzow, Dynamite CEO, suggests. There are a few products in particular that support horse health and...

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