By: Triple Crown Insider- Amanda Russell Effects of Stress Triple Crown Senior is great for horses that are hard keepers, and
By Triple Crown Intern Rachel Voelker During the gestation of the foal During the first 7-8 months, the mare can
By: Sally Flis, Ph.D., CCA -Feed and Crop Support Specialist of Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories Chemical analysis of your horse
Using bran mash as a weekly ‘cleanser’ is common practice among horse owners and stables. It is believed to add
By: Jessica Drexler As we head through fall, it’s time to plan for the changing nutritional needs of your horse.
If you have never been around a foal, their growth in the first year is dramatic. Within the first year,
By: Triple Crown Insider- Sammi Majors I get tons of questions about how we feed Buckeye and mules in general,
By: Triple Crown Insider- Kaylee Van Winkle Aside from water, forage is the most important nutritional component of a horse’s
By: Triple Crown Insider- Kaylee Van Winkle Carbohydrates, we all hear about them and have a basic idea of what
By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift, EquiVision, Inc. Many high performance horses present with weak top lines, characterized by little or
By Triple Crown Insider: Laura Kurth As a barrel racer, I put my horses under a lot of mental and
By: Triple Crown Insider- Emily Kelly As most thoroughbred owners know, our horses tend to be a bit on the
By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift Many horse feeds and supplements include probiotics, prebiotics, yeast cultures, digestive enzymes, organic minerals, and/or
By: Emily Kelly, Triple Crown Insider As those of us in the Midwest approach our looming, gloomy six months of
All this talk of prebiotic and probiotics leaves many people asking, “What is the difference between the two?” It’s actually
By: Eric Haydt Feeding recommendations cannot be made properly without first asking about fiber, which should be the majority
By: Eric Haydt Over recent years, shredded beet pulp has become an increasingly popular ingredient in horse feed for
Beet pulp has been a popular feed for horses for years without many people really knowing why. Beet pulp is
We recently sent a survey out to 2,086 horse owners who had visited our Comparison Website. We wanted to get
Story by: True Blue Animal Rescue Roman had a great life living in a field full of grass. As
By: Eric Haydt When senior feeds first appeared on the market, they were designed to help provide alternate sources of
By: Eric Haydt, PAS We had a very good question from a customer asking, “What exactly is a ‘complete’
By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift, EquiVistion, Inc. Managing horses in cold weather is not difficult, but there are
By: Sally Flis, Ph.D., CCA -Feed and Crop Support Specialist of Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories You have your forage test
By: Sally Flis, Ph.D., CCA –Feed and Crop Support Specialist of Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories You have your forage test results back,
By: Paul Sirois, MS, PAS – Manager – Equi-analytical/Dairy One Laboratories You’ve heard that having your hay or pasture analyzed
There’s a large amount of misrepresented topics online and beet pulp is surely one of them. The purpose of this
Tall, dark, and handsome? How about less than 14.2 hands, sassy, and cute? Ponies are a versatile equine group comprised
The big question is “What is a performance horse?”. Certainly we would all consider racehorses and 3-day event horses as
Feeding the Growing Horse Involves the Right Balance of Amino Acids, Fat As Well As Vitamin and Mineral Fortification.
The nutritional requirements and management of growing horses has probably been subjected to the most scrutiny and research of any
“Where can I buy Triple Crown?” and “Why doesn’t my feed dealer stock Triple Crown?” are some of the most
We recently had a customer who was competing in a hunter jumper class for Grand Champion of the series. Her
Fertilize and Seed Your Fall Pastures: Watch Your Horses and Look to Complete Feeds to Supplement Hay and Nutritional Needs
Dr. Amy M. Gill As we head into fall, it’s time to plan for changes in the nutritional needs of
Protection Measures Including Vaccination, Use of Quality Hay, Wound Care and High Quality Horse Feeds Help Keep Botulism Away.
What causes botulism? Toxins produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum cause botulism. Horses can consume the bacterial spores from soil
Obesity – the epidemic is rising in the equine population similar to what is happening with our human population. Higher
Higher Quality Fixed Horse Feed Formulation May Contribute Significantly To Lower, Overall Equine Health Costs
Horse Feed: Understanding Big Picture Cost Distinctions Between Fixed Formulation and Least Cost Formulation Horse Feeds. Download PDF Ingredients: Using
Understanding the Fine Details Behind Horse Feed Nutrient Labeling Can Help Minimize Serious Equine Health Risks. With so many products
How Equine Nutrition Combined With The Right Medical Protocols Can Dramatically Improve Equine Immunity
Keeping horses healthy and disease- and disorder-free are hot topics on the Internet and in many popular press journals and
Improved Nervous System & Digestive Systems and Fewer Arthritis Issues Often Observed In Horses Fed Flax Seed Meal. Flax or
Triple Crown Horse Feed Pioneered Shredded Beet Pulp As Superior Source of Fiber & Calories In Equine Diets.
Shredded Beet Pulp for Your Horse? Of Course! Downlod PDF What is beet pulp? Beet pulp is the fiber portion
By Amy M Gill, PhD Download PDF The internet contains a plethora of information about every topic under the sun.
Colostrum Antibodies, Deworming & More. Understanding the Importance of Equine Nutrition & Medical Care For Mare & Foal, Post Foaling.
Download PDF Once the mare stands after foaling and before the foal nurses, the mare’s udder and perineum should be
Minimizing Colic In Horses During Cold Weather Through Strategic Water Maintenance, Salt Block & Horse Feed Selections & More.
By Dr. Amy M. Gill Download PDF Most people caring for horses dread the first signs of winter— cold, blustery,
Dr. Amy Gill Breaks Down The Significance of Feeding Frequency, Lactic Acid, Soluble Fiber & More On Horse Health and Digestion
How Rebalancing the Frequency of Your Horse’s Feedings Can Dramatically Impact Equine Health and Well Being. Amy M Gill. PhD
As horse owners, many of us struggle with understanding and perfecting our horses diets. Horse feed choices depend not only
With all the advances in manufacturing technology, one would think horse feed would be perfect and consistent 100% of the
by Eric Haydt, PAS Ever wonder why the same type of feed can look different in different parts of the
How To Address Horse Hay & Hay Pricing Issues With High Quality Hay Forage Replacements. Drought in most areas of
By: Dr. Amy M Gill Ration management, and key ingredients can encourage healthier equine temperaments and “hind gut,” digestion. Forage
By: Dr. Amy M Gill Unnatural environments lead to physical and mental stress. Domestic horses have not evolved from their
Horse Feed Solutions: Buying the Right Horse Food Storage Containers and Buying Smaller Quantities is Essential During Hot Summer Months.
One of the questions Triple Crown representatives are most often asked is, “How do I know if my feed is
Advanced Horse Nutrition: Understanding the Micro Ingredients Utilized in Triple Crown’s Horse Feeds.
Download PDF By: Eric Haydt, RAS In an earlier blog, we discussed the macro (or bulk) ingredients in horse feed
All About Horses & Nutrition: By Truly Understanding Horse Food Components, Equine Lovers Become Increasingly Empowered.
Triple Crown Nutrition’s 1st of Two Articles Regarding Definitions of Horse Feed Ingredients. While many of the ingredients we use
Broodmare & Foal: Healthy Foals Begin With Understanding Broodmare’s Nutritional Needs vs. Feeding Horses Traditionally.
Understanding Your Broodmare’s Distinctive Nutritional Needs, Throughout Gestation, May Help Improve Foal Health. By: Dr. Bill Vandergrift, EquiVision, Inc. Download