Whole Pastures
P O Box 34535
Las Vegas, NV 89133
(800) 295-7053

Giving Nature Back to Your Horse

Natural Feed Nutrients for Your Horse

Providing Diverse Nutrition for Your Horse

Whole Pastures

Whole Pastures can enhance your horse’s diet with nutrients from a variety of herbs and plants that horses would naturally consume. Horses, like humans, are meant to have a diverse diet. Free range horses forage on grasses, leaves, twigs, bark, and flowers. However, not all horses have this opportunity.

When your pasture or hay only has a few species of herbs and plants, then Whole Pastures is your solution. Now you can provide an abundance of different green herbs and plants to support your horses health.

Feed one scoop per day. Bag contains approximately thirty scoops

Proprietary Blend of:
Galium aparine (cleavers), taraxacum officinale (dandelion), rubus idaeus (red raspberry), trifolium pratense (red clover), symphytum officinale (comfrey), arctium lappa (burdock), urtica dioica (nettle), crataegus oxycantha (hawthorn), rosa canina (rosehips), trigonella foenum graecum (fenugreek), foeniculum vulgare (fennel), silybum marianum (milk thistle), plantago major (plantain), althaea officinalis (marshmallow), calendula officinalis (calendula), melissa officinalis (lemon balm), euphrasia officinalis (eye bright), apium graveolens (celery), mentha piperita (mint), rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary), achillea millefolium (yarrow), pimpinella anisum (aniseed), matricaria recutita (chamomile), echinacea augustifolia (echinacea), thymus vulgaris (thyme), verbena hastata (vervain), humulus lupulus (hops), ocimum basilicum (basil).

$35.00 per Lb.

Natural Feed Nutrients for Your Horse

It is suggested that all herbal products be discontinued 7 days prior to competition.

IR Horse Formula

Insulin resistance is a condition in which your horse’s body does not respond to insulin as it should. The hormone insulin helps control the amount of sugar (glucose) in the blood and is required for the metabolism of foods into energy. When the body's cells don't respond normally to insulin, glucose can't enter the cells as easily, so the body has to produce more insulin in an effort to keep the glucose levels from rising in the blood. This can eventually lead to health issues, such as laminitis, but it doesn't have to. Exercise and a good diet can help your horse stay healthy.

Is Your Horse Insulin Resistant?

These signs should make you suspect an insulin resistant horse:

  • excessive weight gain or loss
  • fat pads on the body, on either side of the tail, and a cresty neck
  • horses that maintain or gain weight on little food (easy keepers)
  • laminitis
  • abdominal bloating

Your veterinarian can determine if your horse is IR by making a diagnosis utilizing blood tests. A horse with IR should generally be fed a low starch, low carbohydrate diet and have a consistent exercise program.

Whole Pastures IR Horse Formula helps support proper digestion and normalize metabolism.

It is easy to administer. Just mix ½ to one scoop of IR Horse Formula into dampened feed once per day.

To increase the level of care for your horse we recommend:

  1. Knowing your horses temperament type http://horsetemperament.com
  2. Getting your hay tested http://equine-antalytical.com. (trainers analysis)
  3. Doing a nutritional consultation to learn what is the best nutrition for your type of horse. http://holistichorsekeeping.com/consultations.html

Proprietary Blend of:
Oregon grape, Uva UrsI, Cayenne, Juniper Berry, Licorice Root, Mullein, and Maitake.

$65.00 per Lb.

Natural Feed Nutrients for Your Horse

It is suggested that all herbal products be discontinued 7 days prior to competition.

Whole Pastures - Diverse and All Natural