Is your horse tack and horse feed right for your horse in New Jersey? For example with feed, plain grains (such as 100-percent rolled oats) are not balanced for horses. Neither are multi-purpose livestock feeds or feeds labeled for other animals. If you buy a commercial feed labeled for example, broodmares, and feed it according to the directions, it will meet the nutritional requirements of your broodmares.
Need an English girth to add to your horse tack in New Jersey? Whether you want a dressage or regular girth for your saddle, you'll find they come in a variety of materials.. Functional quality leather girths are expensive, and with proper care can last a very long time. You'll also find girths made of cotton or synthetic string, neoprene, webbing and felt, and other high tech materials. In New Jersey, do you know the 3-steps for horse supplement shopping? They are: Step 1- clarify why you think your horse needs a supplement and what you’re hoping the results will be; Step 2- get an ingredient education. Beyond the common ingredients decide what you also want for your equine (joint support, calming, digestive support, hoof health, and coat quality);Step 3- select a product. Consider one that is endorsed by National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) Seal of Quality.