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CoolStance

CoolStance copra is a unique horse feed because it has low Non Structural Carbohydrate (NSC), and yet has a high digestible energy content.
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PowerStance is a unique powdered coconut oil supplement. PowerStance delivers the secret ingredient from CoolStance as a powder.
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Legs and Hoof

Encourages strong bones and joints for mobility and stability. Improved hoof growth and integrity as well as aiding formation of the hoof wall.

Laminitis Prevention is better than cure

Laminitis is a complex disease where the laminae in the hoof, which are the structures responsible for suspending the horses pedal bone from the hoof wall, become inflamed. When the laminae inflame they lose their integrity, and allow the weight of the horse to drive the pedal bone downward through the hoof, damaging arteries, veins, the corium of the coronet and the sole of the hoof. Once the pedal bone moves the condition is then referred to as founder. Laminitis causes severe pain and in many situations, euthanasia is the only humane option. Laminitis is the second most common cause of death in horses worldwide and is something horse owners never want to see their horses go through. The good news for you and your horses is that laminitis is largely preventable and there is much you can do as a horse owner to prevent it from ever happening. The key to prevention is understanding what causes laminitis and avoiding the feeds and situations that may put your horses at risk. Read More

Laminitis

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Healthy Hooves from the inside out

Without sound hooves and legs, horses cannot live healthy lives. Simply put...no hoof, no horse! The hoof is understandably a complicated structure that must bear the entire weight of the horse. The hoof comprises three types of tissues,

  1. the hard outer hoof, the frog and the sole (keratin)
  2. the soft tissue tendons and cartilage
  3. the coffin (pedal) and navicular bones.

Sound hooves depend primarily on diet and blood supply. Read More