WILD FED HORSE PHOTO CONTEST
We hope you'll enter our Wild Fed Horse photo contest. Your image might be featured right here. Because we know you love your horses as much as we love providing the best feed possible for them.
I just wanted to say how much I appreciate your Wild Fed horse food. My 26 yr. old Arabian is unable to chew well & while I was gone for 5 wks. lost a huge amount of weight. I cried when I saw him. It’s been 3 months now that I’ve been giving him Wild Fed & he looks amazing! Thank you so much. It’s nice to have people like you in the world!
I have found Wild Fed to be a crucial part of my competition horses diets. After putting them on Wild Fed there was a notable change in both their coat, their muscle tone, and their endurance. From my energetic young one to my senior horse, Wild Fed’s all natural whole food feed keeps all of my horses looking and feeling their best.
I’ve been using “Wild Fed” for almost 3 years now and I’m an absolute believer. My older horses were having trouble maintaining weight, and their coats were dull. I started giving them a bucket of wild fed every morning and within weeks they looked healthier, stronger and had more energy …and the little donkey loves it too!
WILD FED HORSE FEED IS:
WHOLE FOODS BASED
FREE OF CORN
FREE OF SOY
FREE OF SWEETENERS
FREE OF INDUSTRY 'BY PRODUCTS'
Horses, left to there own devices, consume herbs regularly. They will eat an assortment of herbs, barks, grasses, seed heads and sometimes even roots when allowed to do so, but they are careful what they eat and what they eat changes with the seasons
We are so excited to announce our first annual Wild Fed Photo Contest! We hope that you will enter! We are offering wonderful prizes and would love to feature your horse on our new updated website. Details below!
Check out this great article that outlines the various reason that feeding beet pulp to horses can be harmful. http://mhfc.ca/news/article/25
Feeding you horse bran regularly can disrupt his or her calcium to phosphorus ratio causing many unwanted effects. Click on the link below to learn more. Should you feed Bran Mash to Horses?