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November 12, 2020

Standlee Premium Western Forage products are best in quality

    Standlee Premium Western Forage Products are the Best in Quality* 80% of horse owners believed forage appearance is indicative of nutrient quality. Standlee products were judged to be consistently greener, smell fresher, and appear cleaner than locally‑sourced hay. LEARN MORE   *Claims are based on joint studies between Standlee Premium Western Forage and Purina […]

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November 10, 2020

Frozen No More: Five Steps to Prep Your Waterer for Winter

By Ritchie Industries Healthy horses spend 70 percent of their day eating forage and drinking water. During the winter, horses have a natural tendency to drink less water in colder temperatures so you need to be diligent with providing fresh, clean water at the right temperature. Whether you use a high-end automatic waterer like Ritchie, […]

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November 10, 2020

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Beet Pulp

By Dr. Stephen Duren and Dr. Tania Cubitt, Performance Horse Nutrition and Standlee Premium Western Forage® Nutritional Consultants What do you know about beet pulp? Maybe you’ve heard of it, but wondered what it is and how it can be used in a horse’s diet?

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October 23, 2020

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October 13, 2020

Keep Your Horse’s Dehydration at Bay

By Ritchie Industries In general, there are two simple tests you can do to assess how well your horse is hydrated – the skin pinch and the capillary refill. As a horse becomes dehydrated, the skin elasticity decreases. The skin pinch involves taking a fold of skin from the neck, just above the shoulder, and […]

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October 8, 2020

Stock up for Winter! Buy 3 Standlee products and get $5 off

      BUY 3, SAVE $5.00 Coupon required at time of purchase. Offer valid September 1 to October 31.   DOWNLOAD OFFER           Use Standlee Forage Finder® to find forage for your horse’s specific needs.

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October 6, 2020

How Much Hay Does Your Horse Need for Winter?

By Standlee Premium Western Forage Winter is right around the corner, which means pastures will be dying before we know it and additional forage sources become a staple in horse diets. Are you the type of horse owner who buys what you can in late summer or fall, and then ends up having to find […]

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September 17, 2020

Stock up and save: Buy 3 Standlee products and get $5 off!

      BUY 3, SAVE $5.00 Coupon required at time of purchase. Offer valid September 1 to October 31.   DOWNLOAD OFFER           Use Standlee Forage Finder® to find forage for your horse’s specific needs.

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September 15, 2020

Tour Program Giveaway: Win Clinton’s Favorite UltraCruz Grooming Products

Next to all of the horsemanship knowledge Clinton shares at a Walkabout Tour presented by Ritchie Industries, the event’s giveaways are the most popular among the audience. Although the pandemic forced us to cancel the last two tours of the year, we’re bringing the fun of our tour program giveaways to you! The 130-page tour […]

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August 18, 2020

What is Oat Grass Hay and How Can it Benefit Horses?

By Dr. Tania Cubitt, Performance Horse Nutrition and Standlee Premium Western Forage® Oats are a type of cereal crop grown for the seed/grain. Oat grains have been fed to livestock for centuries and have long been a sought-after source of energy for horses. Oats are high in starch and fiber, and while most horses consume […]

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