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 •  February 12

In nature, stagnation is dangerous. It’s one of the reasons we feel so strongly about reaching new milestones in our brand. This year we’ve taken sentiment a bit literal, creating a new and improved line of all-natural, high-quality chicken feed. Milestone Chicken Food provides your flock with a nutritionally complete blend of locally sourced...

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 •  March 8, 2017

Fad diets are exceedingly popular among all walks of life, including horses! Though not all low carb diets are equine appropriate (looking at you Atkins!) you might be surprised to learn why horse nutritionists favor low carbohydrates in some cases. Let’s start with the basics. A horse’s digestive system was built for grazing. That means it’s...

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 •  March 2, 2017

While prebiotics and probiotics are definitely close cousins, their roles in the family are completely different. Learn how the two work together to support your dog or horse’s overall health and come away with an understanding of the major differences between the two. What are Prebiotics? You’ve likely heard of probiotics—live bacteria generally...

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 •  November 9, 2016

Your horses total body weight is comprised of roughly 4% minerals. Compared to a 60% water and 30% fat makeup, these trace minerals may seem trivial; however, they’re vital for dozens of internal systems and significantly impact your horse’s overall wellness. In fact, a complete lack of minerals would render your horse’s ability to metabolize fats,...

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 •  September 13, 2016

Important Warning Signs That Indicate Your Horse is Having a Life-Threatening Colic Episode
Although it’s often thought of as a condition on its own, “Colic” is actually blanket term that covers several different types of gastrointestinal upset in equines. While colic is sometimes just a small issue (comparable to “tummy trouble” or indigestion in...

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 •  August 31, 2016

Featured Horse Food Ingredient of the Month: Rice Bran
In the small brown layer of a rice seed contains a bran that, when stabilized and fed in a balanced diet fortified with vitamins, minerals and amino acids, can provide a great many benefits to your horse.
This dietary additive has been extremely prevalent for west coast performance horses....

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 •  August 17, 2016

Surprising Foods That Can Improve Your Dog’s Breath
If you’ve ever found yourself wincing when your dog yawns or pants in your general direction, you are definitely not alone. Halitosis in dogs is so common that the term “dog breath” has become an idiom for stinky, off-putting breath. But before you buy a gas mask and resign yourself to your fate,...

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 •  August 10, 2016

Featured Dog Food Ingredient of the Month: Chicory Root
Since the days of Ancient Rome, health conscious humans have utilized the roots of a bright blue flower from the plant Cichorium intybus, otherwise known as chicory, to bolster their digestive systems.
Within the last few decades, the same gastrointestinal wunderkind has made the jump to dog...

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 •  August 3, 2016

Featured Horse Food Ingredient of the Month: Flaxseed
In cool northern climates, like Montana and Canada, grows a special teardrop-shaped seed known as flax. For centuries it has been helping horses supplement their essential fatty acids.
The small blue flowered plant, also known as linseed, is comprised of 42% oil, 20% protein and 28% dietary...

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 •  July 18, 2016

Featured Dog Food Ingredient of the Month: Zinpro Availapet Minerals
Trace minerals are one of the essential building blocks of nutrition. These readily usable forms of minerals are ultimately designed to make the vitamins we ingest more effective, and are a must if all bodily systems are to function correctly.
In animals, these trace minerals are...