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Hay-rite Premium Alfalfa Cubes

Hay-rite Premium Alfalfa Cubes

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Advantages of Hay-Rite Alfalfa Cubes

Reduced feed waste. Feeding studies reveal that as much as 20% of conventional hay may be wasted when fed. Horses fed long-stem hay can separate the leaves from the stems and consume the parts they prefer; this does not happen with cubes.

Controlled feed intake. It is easier for the horse owner to monitor and regulate the daily intake of cubed forage than long-stem hay.

Consistent nutrient content. The nutrient levels found in cubes tend to be more consistent than hay. Alfalfa cubes are sold with a guaranteed minimum nutrient content.

Less dust than long-stem hay. Alfalfa cubes contain little dust, so they represent a healthy dietary choice for horses with respiratory problems.

Reduced storage requirements. Cubes are denser than hay and therefore require less storage space. Approximately 3 bags of cubes fit in the same area as an average-sized, small-square bale of hay.

Ease of handling. Cubes can be mechanically handled in bulk.

Reduced transportation costs. Cubes are denser than hay and allow trucks to be loaded to their full legal capacity. This is not always possible with hay. Shipping costs for cubes can be reduced, assuming the shipping distance is the same.

Ease of transport. Alfalfa cubes take up less space in the trailer and may be easier for horse owners to take to shows or on trail rides.
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MagnaCu Stifle Wraps

MagnaCu Stifle Wraps

The Go-to item in our therapy arsenal...

MagnaCu Stifle Wraps

If you want them to get down, be comfortable in their turns, and continue to want to work run after run....Go the extra mile for your horses and take care of those Stifles!

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$255 Shipped - Worth every bit of time, money, and effort.

If you tell me you can't keep them on, then spend a little more time with your horse....brushing, wrapping legs, braiding manes and tails, etc. Dedication produces results.

These copper infused magnetic wraps offer compression on the areas of the Stifle and Gaskin/Hamstring. There is no limit to the amount of time your horse can wear these.  They are an at rest therapy item and your horse should not be left to walk around in them.  We use them as much as we possibly can and leave them on until we get ready to ride.

 

 

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FlowBoot Performance Wraps

FlowBoot Performance Wraps

These wraps are my favorite ever!  I've always been a wrapper and can't seem to get along with sport boots.  Our horses tend to work so hard that it's tough to keep boots in place and our polos get holes burned in them sometimes the very first time we use them.  There's also the concern that boots don't have enough support and polos don't have enough protection.

FlowBoot fixed those problems!  The Performance Insert gives you the hit protection of a boot, and the stretchy wraps give you more protection than a normal polo.  Wrapping against the insert rather than directly against the tendon reduces the concern of injuring your horse by wrapping them incorrectly.  

We have two options for wraps.  The first is our Neoprene Water Resistant Wrap.  They're awesome for the summer rodeos where you're invariably going to run in the mud at some point.  They seal off the mud and dirt from getting under the wrap and on your horse's legs.  They also absorb very little water and don't get heavy and nasty like a sport boot will.  These are available in Red, Black, Leopard, Pink, or Purple.

The second type of wrap are a Breathable more durable Saratoga type wrap. They're super stretchy and offer a lot of support.  I use these on my horse's rear legs as they are tougher and hold up to our hard turning barrel horse's abuse. These are available in Black or White.

Performance Inserts - $60/pair

Neoprene Wraps - $25/pair

Breathable Wraps - $30/pair

 

 

 

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FlowBoot Cold Compression Wraps

FlowBoot Cold Compression Wraps

FlowBoot has made post race cold therapy even easier!  These soft foam wraps are contain a soft gel pack that does not freeze solid. You simply soak them in water wrap them in a plastic bag and throw them in the freezer.  When we head out to a race we stick them in an ice chest to apply after our runs.  They come with their own 6" neoprene wraps to hold them in place.  At $160/pair they're hard to beat for price and convenience.  You can get them to fit either the tendons or hocks/knees.  These are typically left on for less than an hour.  We use them for 20-30 minutes at a time.
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