how we feed our herd

Alfalfa & Oat Cubes

We have a horses of all ages, shapes and sizes. We feed alfalfa & oat cubes to our horses. The advantages of feeding cubes verses hay are less waste, easily digestable and dont blow away in the coastal breeze!

Rice Bran Pellets

Rice bran pellets are a good source of fat and calories for older and working horses. Rice bran is good for the belly and easy for horses to digest. This food also help give the horses shiney soft and healthy coats!

Wet "Sweet" Cob

Wet Cob also known as Sweet Cob is a mixture of grains and molasses. The cob feed is a great source of calories for working horses to keep them fit and healthy. Most horses love sweet cob. 

Nutritional facts

Alfalfa & Oat Cubes

 

Oat/Alfalfa Cubes
Livestock Feed

Guaranteed AnalysisCrude Protein, Min 15%
Crude Fat, Min 2.5%
Crude Fiber, Max 35%
Ash, Max 12.5%

INGREDIENTSChopped Alfalfa and Oat Hay
Less Than 2% Propionic Acid (used as mold inhibitor)

Rice Bran Pellets

13.0% Protein

16.0% Fat

0.7 % Fiber

Good souce of calories and Fatty Acids.

Wet "Sweet" Cob

Rolled corn, rolled oats, and rolled barley with molasses.

  •  Wet Cob is a three-grain mix of rolled corn, rolled oats, and rolled barley with molasses for horses, cattle, goats and sheep.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS
Crude Protein (min), 8.00%
Crude Fat (min), 2.50%
Crude Fiber (max), 7.00%
Sodium (Na) (min), 0.17%
Sodium (Na) (max), 0.67%
Ash (max), 4.00%


hoof care

6 WEEK FARRIER SCHEDULE

Our horses receive high quality hoof care every 6 weeks. Our farrier and his assistant come out every Wednesday to take care of our herd. Not all of out horses wear shoes however, they still require regular hoof care to keep them healthy and happy. The old cowboy saying " No hoof, No horse" stressed the importance of hoof care!

NorCal Farrier Service

Demetri Guidry

707-291-9461

vet care

DENTAL CARE

Horses teeth grow throughout their lives and develope "hooks" that need to be filled every 1-2 years depending on the horse. This gives them a good grinding surface so they can process their feed and get the most nutrients. 

Pacific Coast Veterinary Services

Dr. Steve Wood DVM

707-364-7115


There is a lot that goes into keeping horses healthy and we have a fabulous vet on our side!