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  1. Cocosoya and Equi-Sweet flavorings are great taste-tempters for your picky eater

    Cocosoya and Equi-Sweet flavorings are great taste-tempters for your picky eater
    Question: My horse has stopped eating his U-Balance Foundation supplement. He ate his first bucket just fine, but has never been crazy about the 2nd bucket I ordered, and has quit eating it at this point w/out additional mix-ins to sweeten it/tempt him. I am reluctant to increase sugar in his diet. What do you suggest? Thanks for your help! ...
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  2. Magnesium oxide is the best choice for most horses.

    Magnesium oxide is the best choice for most horses.
    Question: I am looking into buying the Liquid E for my horse with PSSM and would like to know how many IUs are in the 2500mg of e? Also, is the cocosoya oil safe to give my horse since there is more sugar in oil, or should I look for a powdered form of Vitamin E? Also, which is the...
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  3. CocoSoya works great for my horse - can I give it to my dog?

    CocoSoya works great for my horse - can I give it to my dog?
    Question: Can I give CocoSoya to my elderly dog with dry skin and poor appetite?  I have had him at the Vets 3-4 times over the last 6 weeks and we can not find anything wrong.  He is a 12 yr. old Collie.  Cocosoya does wonders for my 32 yr. old horse.  If I can give this to my Collie...
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  4. Will CocaSoya or CocoOmega help with my Arab's skin condition?

    Will CocaSoya or CocoOmega help with my Arab's skin condition?
    Question: I have an Arabian gelding that has a skin condition - dandruff like that is seasonal.  I have used every topical product and then went to feeding omegas ..etc.  Last year spend $$$ on a big name skin and allergy product along with their vitamins.  As soon as I removed his full fly sheet with neck attachment he rubbed his mane...
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  5. Poly Copper and Zinc may help with pigment issues

    Poly Copper and Zinc may help with pigment issues
    Question: We have a horse at the barn that is loosing the pigment around his eyes and muzzel. he is a bay and his face is looking like an appaloosa. Can you tell me why this is happening and what I can do to treat him. And will it return to normal is treated? thank you. Dr. Kellon: This sounds...
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  6. Feeding Your Yearling

    Feeding Your Yearling
    FEEDING YOUR YEARLING Whether you are prepping for sales and halter classes or trying your best to raise a healthy and sound youngster, careful attention to nutritional needs is a key component.  Yearlings should not be fed like little adults.  Attention to detail will get you the well-developed, muscular rather than fat, shining and structurally sound young horse you...
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  7. What supplements will help fill out my 3-year old All About Blue mare?

    What supplements will help fill out my 3-year old All About Blue mare?
    Question: I have a 3 year old mare out of All About Blue. She looks very young: long legs that are disproportionate to the depth and length of her body - basically a pre-teen as she has a lot of growing and filling out yet to do. What would be the best supplement to give her?  She's on a Timothy...
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  8. Hay Analysis question, and stressed about vaccinations

    Hay Analysis question, and stressed about vaccinations
    Question: We just loaded hay in for the summer and I need to re balance.  I  received the new analysis from Equi- analytical.   Can I just balance  proportionally to the last time? Also, can someone on your staff balance for a gelding that isn't IR? I do buy all my minerals from Uckele.  Except for ground flaxseed. ...
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  9. Am I feeding the correct amount of poly copper and poly zinc?

    Am I feeding the correct amount of poly copper and poly zinc?
    Question: I have been feeding poly copper and poly zinc to my horses for several years. I use the powder and they get 1/2 scoop of each daily. The feed that I give them is a locally made feed (MFA Easykeeper Golden Years) and it says it has 81 ppm copper and250 ppm zinc. They get between 10 and 12...
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  10. Understanding Fat and Fatty Acids

    Understanding Fat and Fatty Acids
    Understanding Fatty Acids Fat is much more than storage for calories.  The membrane of all cells contains fat. Fatty substances form a waterproof barrier in skin and hooves.  Fats can help build and maintain weight while supporting healthy blood sugar levels, promote a shiny coat, excellent body condition and help keep hooves nourished and moisturized from the inside out. ...
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