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• Feed 4 Success Packs/What To Feed Your Horse

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A time-proven foundational program available and adhered to now for nearly 2 decades by horses of all ages and class!

Join the thousands that have found success by saying YES to Dr. Dan's feeding program... and saying NO to commercial mixed feeds and pellets... NO to salt/mineral blocks and rocks... NO to hydrogenated fats... and NO to so much more that you can otherwise choose to control when it comes to what's in the feed bag and what's NOT in the feed bag.

Least cost analysis is often used to formulate feed. Feeding from just the bag, quite honestly, you can't get what you need anyway, if it's a so called complete feed. If you look at the bag, it'll tell you how many pounds a certain weight horse should get fed every day.

If you're not feeding that exact amount, your horse is either getting too little, or too much of all the vitamins, minerals and enzymes that were added to that feed. I'm sure that makes sense.

Just think about it for just a second. Why would it not be better to take something that's more natural, like just oats, and then supplement those oats with the vitamins and minerals and enzymes and good fat?

That way, you know. If you have an easy keeper, you can give them just a little bit of oats, but he's still getting the right vitamins, minerals and enzymes because you put it on top of those oats every day.

Or if you have a horse that needs to eat a lot then he can eat a lot of oats for his metabolism, but you put the vitamins, minerals and enzymes and so on, on those oats so that he gets what he needs every day.

It's a simple thing; a little more difficult perhaps than just reaching in the feed bag and getting a scoop of food. But this way you know exactly what your horse is getting.

Consider those pellets and pelleted feed today...it blows my mind!

Think about it. Pellets are cooked, what goes into a pellet to make it as far as the ingredients is not what comes out the other end. A lot of the nutrition is gone.

Also consider the textured commercial feed. I challenge you to do this, just get a piece of white paper and put a little bit of that food on that white piece of paper and start separating the pieces parts out. You'll be amazed at what's in there. Many times you can't even recognize the ingredients!

Oats are oats. They are consistent from bag to bag to bag for the most part, and it's the most natural thing there is as far as I'm concerned as far as health for horses. It's a seed head. Something they might even get in the wild for instance (seed heads obviously).

Have you noticed today how many fat, overweight, crusty neck, metabolic issues we have in our horses today?

Look at our human population. Do we have obese, overweight people today? Absolutely. So could there possibly be a common denominator there between horse diets and people diets.

Now, of course, horses get their feed out of a bag, but we get our feed out of a box for the most part or rather a fast food place. That's kind of what bag is... it's kind of like fast food for horses.

There's a better way for all of us to eat. But our horses today are really suffering.

There's way more health problems today than there were in years past. And I think I found the common denominator to those health problems. And you already know that if you think about it, that common denominator is our hydrogenated fats that we're putting in our food and we're putting in our horse food today.

The horse industry as a whole has kind of overlooked the issue because quite frankly, they don't have any options. It’s the only type of fat that they can put in the feed that will allow them to put the feed bag in a truck, haul it across the country, and store it in a feed room for weeks at a time without it going rancid.

So they don't have many choices, but you have choices as the horse owner and as a person in your diet to not feed your horse or yourself these hydrogenated fats.

And it's important that we really seriously look at this issue if you want good health for your horse or for yourself. So what's the option here? What do you do to feed yourself and feed your horse?

First, don't eat out of a box and don't feed your horse out of a bag.

What I suggest you feed your horse is oats. For the optimum health and performance of your horse, I hope you'll consider what's in the bag and certainly what's not in the bag as well. We have some answers. We have some answers that are working for horses around the country... thousands of horses.

We can lay some myths to rest about oats.

Oats are the original low starch diet. For instance, less starch we have in oats then corn, barley any other grain and quite honestly most true horseman, feed oats. An awesome, awesome ingredient but they have to be supplemented just like any grain today has to be supplemented. I don't care what it is. Our soils are so deficient, you have to make sure you're getting the right supplements for that grain whatever it is.

Feel free to call and learn more from our website or to contact me.

"Don't just guess with what comes from the FEED bag...Know what's going into their bucket. With the Feed 4 Success program there is no guessing."

Dan Moore, DVM

EASY as 1...2...3

1. Oats! Feed Oats along with Hay or Grass and then fortify and supplement with our Just Add Oats product (vitamins, minerals, probiotics)

2. To the Oats also add our Weight Check Oil supplement (essential/omega fatty acids)

3. At all times, provide our RED CAL free choice, 24/7/365 (natural salt, minerals, electrolytes)

If you're looking for a vitamin, mineral probiotic type multi-use product, look no further than our Just Add Oats 2X product.

Just Add Oats...The chances of getting the right balance from commercially mixed feed is slim and the bag proves it!

"Check your feed bag label for yourself! If your horse is not getting each day the exact amount of feed for his specific body weight then he is either getting too much or too little of the vitamins and minerals that was added to the grain mixture.

By feeding oats instead of commercial mixes you can give the amount of oats that your horse needs for his metabolism - easy keepers just a little, for hard keepers you give a little more ---- but you add our Just Add Oats supplement (the vitamins, minerals etc) right on top of the oats assuring your horse gets what he needs. Besides, oats are more natural than pellets. Pellets are cooked and I don't know any horse that eats anything cooked that is in the wild, do you?

Also, I am sure you also know that cooking does destroy nutrients. Plus, contents of each batch of commercial feeds can vary batch to batch depending on what is available and less costly.

Weight Check Oil... Every cell in the body is surrounded by fat which allows nutrients into the cell and waste to get out. The hydrogenated fats found in almost every commercial feed causes cell membranes to become like plastic, preventing this exchange of nutrition and waste.

It's been proven in people that hydrogenated fats cause insulin resistance, obesity, Type2 diabetes, etc.

Hydrogenated fats are no friend to our horses and pets!

The oil is from the actual soybean itself. There is a difference! Weight Check Oil is cold-pressed processed- not heat-processed and contains NO Hydrogenated Or Processed Fats! Its source has not been genetically engineered.

If your horse needs to lose weight or maintain his current weight, give 2 oz per day. If he needs to gain weight you can add more. Extremely palatable.

RED CAL...Throw Away All Salt and Mineral Blocks and Make RED CAL Available Free Choice At All Times!

Our Red Cal supplement is a formulation and combination of calcium, micronutrients and herbs to help keep your horse healthy.

It is fed "FREE CHOICE", so its easy. And although you let them eat all they want, its economical too! Typically a 25 lb bag will last from 100 200 days for one horse but will vary depending upon the individual needs.

Did you know that salt & mineral quality varies greatly? Unlike most, RED-CAL is not bleached, kiln dried, heated, or altered with chemicals or pollutants, its balanced by nature, not by man. The minerals utilized are the finest available, with detail especially to purity and absorption.

You can expect support for stronger bones, muscles, ligaments and better performance regardless of discipline. We believe this is our finest product yet developed and your horse will prove it. It is OK to use along with any of our other products and for any horse, any age. Provide free-choice, year-round, 24/7 for best results.

Additional Info: When first introduced, it is not unusual for animals to consume higher amounts. Always provide a good source of water. Rain and weather does not diminish effectiveness. Pour excess water off and continue feeding. For best results remove other forms of salt and salt/mineral blocks. One heaping tablespoon equals approximately 1 ounce. One scoop equals 2 oz. (scoop not provided in 25 lb size).


The "Hi-Mag" version is the regular RED CAL formula, but with 6% added magnesium. The Hi-Mag Red Cal formula in the Weight Pack offering is especially great for fat, overweight, "cresty neck" easy-keepers, but still wonderful for any horse!

Please Note: If you don't consider any other portion of our feeding program at this time, at the very least you should provide RED CAL free-choice for your horses. ~Dr. Dan

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