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Equine Educational Event (E3)

Dec 09, 2020

Horse Owners and Enthusiasts are invited to join us for a virtual Equine Educational Event (E3) and meet local horse industry experts. Each of our presenters will focus on a different topic of nutrition and care for your horse. Register for the event with a chance to get FREE horse products and discounts. 

Click the image below for more information.  Register for the event to view the video series and get a ticket for FREE Horse Treats.  There will also be a voucher for $20 OFF Purina® Outlast® Gastric Support Supplement mailed out to the first 50 people to register.

Our E3 event was filmed at Equine Enterprises in Reedsville with owners and industry experts, Mike and June.
View our video series consisting of 3 parts:
• Horse Numbers – Presenters: Mike and June at Equine Enterprises. They will demonstrate the process of evaluating your horses’ body condition. Plus, how to properly weight tape. They do a great job of evaluating all horses on their property and share their process.
 • Season Transition – Presenter: Sarah Breuer, Lifestyle Feed Specialist for Country Visions. Feed changes from pasture to hay and how to adjust for the seasons.
• Supplements – Presenter: Lynette Miller, Purina Lifestyle Sales Specialist for Land O’Lakes. How do you decide if supplements are the right fit for a horse? Tips to improve Gastric Health.
 





  


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