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  • Elektrolytes

    Electrolytes - A hype or a must?

    Cavalor Elektrolyte

    With summer finally here and temperatures rising, it is the perfect time to stress the importance of electrolytes. Some equestrians feed them to their horses daily, while others only feed them in extreme heat or during a strenuous competition. But when do horses need those extra electrolytes, and why?

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  • Testimonial

    Cavalor Fifty-Fifty
    Martha Bennett, DVM

    "I grew up on a farm with an equine veterinarian as a father and cannot remember a time when I did not own horses. I went to college at Auburn University where I earned a BS in Animal Science and my DVM and I have been practicing veterinary medicine for 12 years. When I started playing polo six years ago I fed my horses Purina Strategy. I trusted the company and I was very familiar with their research in animal nutrition. Because I frequently advise my clients not to make changes in an animal's nutrition unless there is a good reason to do so I was very reluctant to make a change myself. A Cavalor representative started talking to me about Cavalor over a year ago but I really was not interested in switching feed as my ponies were doing great. I continued talking to Libby and did some research on my own and began really thinking about my program. I had several older horses, two that were difficult to keep weight on, and another that was frequently choking on her pellets if they weren't fed to her very slowly. Maybe "great" wasn't the right word.

    I switched all of my horses to Cavalor three months ago and have been absolutely thrilled. I'm no longer feeding supplements. My thin ones have picked up weight in spite of it being winter. And I have not had a single choking incident. I'm also very happy with how much the horses like it, even the ones that were never good eaters are excited at feeding time.

    Thank you Cavalor for your contributions to equine nutrition and thank you to my Cavalor representative, Libby Cifuni for convincing me to make the change."

    Martha Bennett, DVMSenior Clinician - Emergency ServiceEmergency Veterinarian ManagerBlue Pearl Veterinary Partners - Brentwood, TN

     


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  • In the picture

    Friday Spotlight: Lillee @ Chum Therapeutic Riding Center


    Children and Horses United in Movement, or C.H.U.M. Therapeutic Riding Inc. has been serving the Michigan area since the early 1980s. Established by Bonnie DePue, who is certified by the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association, C.H.U.M. is a faith and grace guided riding program, intended to help those with and without disabilities grow their love and appreciation for horses.

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