4 Benefits of Probiotics for Horses (Guide 2021)

1. By feeding our Probiotic on a regular basis, you are providing a constant supply of beneficial bacteria and enzymes. This effectively aids in the creation of a more consistently balanced digestive environment. 2. We incorporated six species of microencapsulated probiotics. Our probiotics stimulate a steady appetite, promoting energy and stamina. Encapsulation protects the beneficial probiotics by creating a physical barrier that dissolves at its target point, the gut. Our probiotics are proven to survive the acid in the stomach and flourish in the hindgut. This creation of a positively flourishing gut will suppress multiple harmful pathogens (E. Coli, Salmonella). 3. This custom blend of six digestive enzymes assists in breaking down fats and proteins so that they are easier Read More...

Why Detoxing is Important? Natural Detox for Dogs & Horses

Every horse, dog, and person 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 kidneys and liver may need some added support. Dandelions are known to be one of the best kidney and liver tonics available. 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 that are supportive Read More...

Horses Best Supplementary Diet for Winters 2021

Horses are being nutritionally starved!  We would like to say no, but it is probably truer than we think, unless we are supplementing them. If you are looking for the best grain for horses in winters then add our recommended supplements to your equine's diet to get natural outstanding results in the coming cold season. Think about this, especially this time of the year, horses are only getting what we throw over the fence to them.  Some are lucky enough to get a little variety of grasses in their hay (crested wheat, brome, orchard, alfalfa). The luckier ones might get some oats as well.  But is that really enough? It is, if you just want them to survive, but we Read More...

6 Tips: How to get a Picky Horse to Eat

"How can I get my horse to eat your products?" A simple question we get on occasion. 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 to help the picky eater. Start with only giving one product initially and add in any others over the course of a couple of days. Give a Read More...

Lameness in Horses: Causes, Treatment and Preventions

What does a Lame Horse means and Causes: When a horse becomes, or is acting in a lame manner, the result can be heart-wrenching. This lameness is an abnormality of gait that is caused by abnormal movement and pain. This discomfort can be caused by hoof angle, coffin bone, navicular bone, ligament, and neurological issues in the horse. This can happen the same way an athlete gets hurt, either competing, training, or living a normal day. Because of the commonality of this horse issue, it is important to know what to do if lameness does happen and what you should do to prevent this lameness in your horse. So what can you do for a lame horse? So many things Read More...

4 Ways to Prevent Colic in Your Horse

How to prevent colic in your Horse? Whether you are trying to prevent colic in your horse or help your horse recover after colic, it is important to provide them with what they need to have a healthy digestive system.  Here are 4 quick tips to always keep in mind that will make a big difference in their digestive health 1. Helpful Herbs for Horses to Prevent Colic So many herbs are helpful for horse’s digestive tracts.  Psyllium, cascara, chamomile, corn silk, slippery elm, and ginger are all great herbs to support better digestive function for horses.  The blend of these herbs can be found in Silver Lining Herbs’ 30 Digestive Support.  This blend is known to support normal dispel Read More...

Whole Oats for Horses (Benefits and Myths)

Myths about Whole Oats for Horses: Whole oats have gotten a bad reputation for a couple of reasons, one being that they are said to make horses “hot” and the other is that horses don’t digest oats very well, they go right through them. On the subject of making a horse “hot”, it is all about moderation. Suitable Quantity: Most horses do not need a gallon of oats, a quart or two will suffice. As for horses not digesting oats, that is a farce as well. The ratio of oats going into the horse compared to out of the horse is far less. Besides, those few oats that come out whole in the manure did a great service for that Read More...

Deworming Horses Naturally with Herbs

Parasitic worms live in the intestines of horses and ponies.  Small numbers of worms can be tolerated, causing no effect on a horses well-being.  Larger worm populations can cause a range of issues including diarrhea, colic and even death.  Herbs can assist your horse's immune system in keeping the intestinal parasite population under control. What are the symptoms my horse may have parasites? 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. Other indications may be a loss of hair around it's tail from rubbing. Having a lack of energy and acting sluggish. Sores on skin and Read More...

What are the Functions of the Kidney in Horses?

Importance of the Kidney in Horses Everything we ask a horse to do while riding them is putting stress over the kidney area. The bars of our saddle sits over the kidneys, so when we ask them to collect themselves and lift their back, it is putting stress on that area. When we ask a horse to turn, stretch out and run, or to stop, all these things can aggravate the kidneys. Why you Need Kidney Support Supplements for your Equine Imagine asking your horse to lift his back and drive their hind end underneath themselves, while they have a 30-50 pound saddle on them, and the weight of a rider which is an additional 100-200 pounds. Now imagine if Read More...

5 Healthiest Herbs with Nutrients & Vitamin Values

Nutrients in herbs are plentiful! In fact, herbs are the purest form of vitamins and minerals and the easiest assimilated at the cellular level. Soil is full of vitamins and minerals. The plant grows and pulls those nutrients out of the soil, changing them into a more recognizable form, for your horse to enjoy them. All of our products for horse health contain various nutrient-filled herbs. Some examples are: 1. Parsley contains vitamins and nutrients that include calcium, chlorophyll, cobalt, copper, iron, potassium, riboflavin, silicon, sodium, sulfur, thiamine, vitamins A, B, and C. 2. Kelp is loaded with a variety of vitamins and minerals. Aluminum, barium, bismuth, boron, calcium, chlorine, chromium, cobalt, copper,  iodine, iron, lithium, magnesium, manganese, nickel, phosphorus, Read More...