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Modesto Milling serves up its new ‘ration balancer’ pellet

Horsetrader Sales Staff - September 3rd, 2015 - Ingate Column

Modesto Milling has spent the last year researching and developing organic horse feeds with its consulting equine nutritionist. Now, it’s proudly introducing California’s first 100 percent certified organic “ration balancer” called the Horse Supplement Pellet. Specifically formulated to have a low recommended feeding rate, when fed with forage it will meet the horse’s needs for protein, vitamins and minerals — but add very few additional calories. It can be an excellent addition to a forage-only diet, and it also combines well with organic oats or barley to make a balanced feed for horses that need more calories than a forage-only diet can supply. Modesto Milling’s Horse Supplement Pellet is organic and contains no GMOs. The organic cultural practice prohibits the use of herbicides, pesticides and commercial fertilizers. The company uses only the highest quality ingredients in its horse feeds, and the Horse Supplement Pellet has organic oats and alfalfa, as well as organic coconut meal that is high in digestible fiber and healthy fats that promote healthy coats. We use organic peas for high quality protein to promote muscular strength, plus flax seed and sunflower seed for omega 3 and omega 6 fat, as well as organic stabilized rice bran for its fat and low starch content. Plus, the product has additional ingredients like natural vitamin E and biotin for healthy coats and hooves, as well as diatomaceous earth, zeolite, yeast, sea kelp and other essential nutrients.

Furthermore, it is formulated without any sources from corn, soy, wheat, or molasses, so it is ideal for horses with sensitivities or allergies to any of those ingredients, as well as those who just want to avoid them in their horse’s diet. Modesto Milling’s Horse Supplement Pellet can be fed with forage alone or combined with other concentrate ingredients, which makes balancing the diet simple and easy. Recommended feeding rate for our organic Horse Supplement Pellet is one pound per 1,100-lb. horse. The Horse Supplement Pellet is available in a convenient, 25 lb. bag, providing almost a month’s supply for individual horse. Ask for it at your favorite feed store.

Deer Springs Feed & Supply in San Marcos is celebrating its Second Annual Customer Appreciation Day Sales Event on Saturday, Sept. 19, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.This is a great opporutnity to become acquainted with this exceptional facility and feed store in northern San Diego County, and to check out the first-rate offerings to the horse community. You’re invited to visit the boarding facility, talk with the trainers, and take advantage of savings throughout the store. A variety of training demonstrations will take place throughout the day, along with a “Weight and Nutrition Seminar” conducted by a Nutrena Feed rep. Bring the entire family for children crafts, painting and pony rides. And don’t miss Al Erikson and his champion Frisbee dogs as they perform amazing freestyles tricks at 1 p.m. Deer Springs Equestrian is located at 140 Deer Springs Road at the corner of Deer Springs and N. Twin Oaks Valley Road. Call (760) 744-9600.

West of Texas, “Your cowboy store and a whole lot more” has MOVED — and they are opening a new boutique in Old Town Temecula! !Noted for being just west of Texas Street in Redlands, West of Texas has built its reputation on its quality, fashionable new and consigned western clothing, accessories, jewelry, home décor, vintage consignment turquoise and more. People (including celebrities) have put West of Texas on their shopping map when looking to be outfitted for a special event, party or just everyday wear by West of Texas’ personal consultants. Beginning this month, West of Texas will open its doors in the trendy downtown shopping district of Redlands at 401 E. Citrus Ave. You’ll also find English and western tack, English clothing, grooming supplies and lots of consigned western boots to complete any outfit. Look for their Grand Opening date coming soon! Stop by today and see what West of Texas is all about. Call (909) 798-7227, and be sure to check out the ad on the inside back cover this issue.

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