Equine – Page 2 – Silver Lining Herbs

Tack Room Talk – Driving Around with Amberley Snyder

LISTEN NOW wherever you listen to podcast or click the icons below Amberley does not let anything get in her way when it comes to achieving her dreams.  As a competitor and care giver she doesn’t take any short cuts for her horses. Join us as we drive down the road (literally) with the amazing Amberley Snyder.  Amberley is an inspiration that has overcome so much adversity in her life.  We talk with her about life, family, her Netflix movie, Walk. Ride. Rodeo. & so much more. Be sure to follow Amberley on Instagram @amberleysnyder You can also shop Amberley's favor products with,  The Amberley Snyder Bundle Box

Tack Room Talk – Being Your Best with Phil Haugen

LISTEN NOW wherever you listen to podcast or click the icons below Phil Haugen is a legend in his own right and we were lucky enough to sit down with him at the Bob Feist Invitational in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Phil is a professional horse trainer, clinician and an all around great person. This podcast will have you feeling like you're on top of the world. Phil drops so much knowledge about the horse and about life in general. This is one you can't miss! Be sure to follow Phil on Instagram @philhaugenhorsmanship and head over to his website for clinic information plus much more www.philhaugenhorsmanship.com You can also shop The Phil Haugen Bundle Box below

Tack Room Talk – One Half of Relentless Remuda Miles Baker

LISTEN NOW wherever you listen to podcast or click the icons below “The horse. Here is nobility without conceit, friendship without envy, beauty without vanity. A willing servant, yet never a slave.” On this episode of Tack Room Talk we caught up with Miles Baker at the Bob Feist Invitational in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Miles is one half of Relentless Remuda where him and Trevor Brazile train elite performance horses along with establishing a successful breeding program. Miles has been a student of his craft his entire life which has lead him down a road of success. Miles discusses how he got to where he is today, what he looks for in a horse, his appreciation for the animal, his relationship Read More...

Spring Maintenance Bundle Boxes for Horses

Watch below to learn all the benefits of our Spring Maintenance Bundle Boxes! [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdVqF6gSMyQ[/embed] Other Resources Spring Maintenance for Horses Detoxing is Natural for your Hoses & Dogs 2022 Deworming Schedule for Horses Tack Room Talk Podcast - 13 Herbal Wormer

Spring Maintenance For Horses

It is best practice for all horses to be dewormed in the spring, along with their detoxification system to be supported. Parasitic worms live in the intestines of horses and ponies.  Small numbers of worms can be tolerated, causing no effect on a horse’s well-being.  Larger worm populations can cause a range of issues.  Symptoms like diarrhea and constipation, colic, rough and dull-looking coat, poor growth in foals, and respiratory issues such as cough and nasal discharge can indicate that your horse may have worms. Our #13 Herbal Wormer works naturally by simply creating a healthy environment in your horse but an unpleasant one for parasites. Detoxing is not a fad.  Every horse detoxes.  It is a natural occurrence in the body.  Read More...

How to Support EPM Horses Naturally – Tack Room Talk

A new Tack Room Talk episode is out now and most importantly, so is our new product EP Minus! Josi and Chance go over our original protocol that was put in place years ago by founder Mickey Young to support EPM horses. The original protocol included using four of our products; 13 Herbal Wormer, 11 Brain & Nerve, 24 Immune Support and 29 LCR. Today we decided to combine all these products together to create EP Minus. Click the icons above or listen wherever you get your podcasts! Other EPM Resources & More EP Minus Information Signs of EPM in Horses (Symptoms and Causes) EPM Treatment for Horses 2022 (Naturally)  Shop EP Minus    

Detoxing is Natural for your Horses and Dogs

Liver and kidney detox for Horses and Dogs Detoxing is not a fad.  Every horse and dog detoxes.  It is a natural occurrence in the body.  The body is meant to bring good stuff in and take the bad stuff out.  The problem is that our horses and dogs are getting less of the good and more of the bad than ever before and because of this their kidney’s and liver may need some added support. Why detox liver and kidney The environments that our horses and dogs are in are obviously not what they were 100 years ago, and the quality of nutrition is of lesser value than it was even 20 years ago.  Today we spray the plants Read More...

How to Get a Horse to Eat Powdered Supplements (Fix Picky Eater)

"How can I get my horse to eat your products?" Or "Horse eating grains and grass but not hay" or "not eating what you are serving". A simple question we get on occasion. Here you will get a simple step-by-step solution to your problem. Most of us here mix the herbs with whole oats, add an ounce or two of our Hemp Seed Coconut Oil or some water to help the herbs stick to the oats, and stir them together.  They love it, and lick their grain pan clean. However, if a horse is a little picky and it is the first time giving the herbs you may need to use one of these little tricks. Here are 6 tips Read More...

Best Natural Product for Mare Hormones

The important thing to remember about horses is that they are eager to please.  Rarely do they intentionally act onery for the sake of acting onery.  Many times, these less desired behaviors are for a reason.  In the case of mares, they are not wanting to be uncomfortable or act onery, rather they are in discomfort, and trying to deal with that discomfort. But what do you do? How to help a hormonal mare naturally? One of the best ways to better support a hormonal, uncomfortable mare is by using 31 Mare Moods.  31 Mare Moods has 12 specific and unique herbs to not only support her normal endocrine system, but also to support normal emotions that allows her to Read More...

What To Do About My Moody Mare? (Best Solution 2022)

“Hell hath no fury like a chestnut mare.”  We can all relate and think of one or two “moody chestnut mares” of our past (or maybe you own one now!).   Some people give mares a bad name, and wonder, “Who would want to deal with a mare? They will kick the side out of your trailer and you can’t count on them while they are in heat!” Mares do, have these behaviors, not because they want to, but because they are uncomfortable.  Horses in general are pleasing, not mean and vicious.  If they are being mean, it is usually because something is worrying them.  Take kicking in the trailer for instance.  Have you ever asked why is my mare kicking the side Read More...