Mother Nature's Herbs for Your Horse
Your horse's health begins with eating a variety of quality herbs and plants. Sadly, many horses are nutrient deficient as a result of limited plant availability. Whether this is due to being stabled and fed single, or at best two or three species hay, or grazed in limited species pastures, horses are not getting a variety of beneficial nutrients.
Quite often, hay has been genetically modified, sprayed with pesticides, or the ground has been treated with nitrogen fertilizer. This leaves us wondering if our hay is safe and nutritious.
Often we turn to nutrients containing synthetic vitamins and ground up minerals which do not compare to whole food sources
Whole Pastures provides an abundance of whole herbs and plants with nutrients that aids in the support of your horses health, is 100% natural and non-GMO.
The whole food micro nutrients in Whole Pastures are as Mother Nature intended, and are easily assimilated and utilized.
Providing Diverse Nutrition for Your Horse
Whole Pastures can enhance your horse's diet with nutrients from a variety of herbs and plants that horses would naturally consume. Horses, like humans, are meant to have a diverse diet. Free range horses forage on grasses, leaves, twigs, bark, and flowers. However, not all horses have this opportunity.
When your pasture or hay only has a few species of herbs and plants, then Whole Pastures is your solution. Now you can provide an abundance of different green herbs and plants to support your horses health.
Feed one scoop per day. Bag contains approximately thirty scoops
Proprietary Blend of:
Galium aparine (cleavers), taraxacum officinale (dandelion), rubus idaeus (red raspberry), trifolium pratense (red clover), symphytum officinale (comfrey), arctium lappa (burdock), urtica dioica (nettle), crataegus oxycantha (hawthorn), rosa canina (rosehips), trigonella foenum graecum (fenugreek), foeniculum vulgare (fennel), silybum marianum (milk thistle), plantago major (plantain), althaea officinalis (marshmallow), calendula officinalis (calendula), melissa officinalis (lemon balm), euphrasia officinalis (eye bright), apium graveolens (celery), mentha piperita (mint), rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), achillea millefolium (yarrow), pimpinella anisum (aniseed), matricaria recutita (chamomile), echinacea augustifolia (echinacea), thymus vulgaris (thyme), verbena hastata (vervain), humulus lupulus (hops), ocimum basilicum (basil).
It is suggested that all herbal products be discontinued 7 days prior to competition.