Available Soon !! Fran's Yummy Mash
Hello, I am so happy to introduce my new Yummy Mash. I have been making yummy mash for my horses as long as I can remember. My new recipe is totally different than other products. It took me years to find the right combination of ingredients to create this awesome delicious mash. Anyone who has a horse can make a mash or a bran mash. I came up with a simple solution for my myself and friends to provide an easier way to make a delicious mash. A wholesome comfort food to offer any day, helps hydrate your horse, disguise medicines and supplements, and work as a digestive aid. A wonderful boost of all natural goodness that your horse will love. I have searched for the best products for my recipe. My ingredients come from all Natural Organic non GMO sources. I inspect everything to ensure that the ingredients in my mash are fresh and grown in the USA.
Dry apples, carrots, and dates re-hydrate with warm water and it will smell and taste so yummy irresistible to your equine friend
Bran is a common practice among horse owners and stables. It is believed to add bulk to the stool, help with hydration, assist digestion, and is a good source of fiber.
Ganola simply delicious
Oats wholesome grain that comes with many benefits for your horse
Whole oats have gotten a bad reputation for a couple 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. Most horses do not need a gallon of oats, a quart or two will suffice. As for horses not digesting oats. The ratio of oats going into the horse compared to out of the horse is far less.Those few oats that come out whole in the manure did a great service for that horse. They just tossed and turned throughout that entire digestive tract cleaning up and breaking away debris along the way so better absorption of other nutrients can take place.What other benefits do oats have? Oats help break down the sharp points on the teeth, they massage the esophagus, oxygenate the blood, strengthen tendons and ligaments, and they are high in silica and fiber.
Crimped oats are a good alternative to unprocessed whole oats for older horses with tooth issues, or extremely young horses without fully developed teeth.
Flax seed for Horses
• Support hair and coat health
• Protect joints and soft tissues
• Balance the immune system
• Improve circulation and vascular health
• Reduce skin and respiratory allergies
• Support normal gastrointestinal function
• Improve sperm motility and viable count
• Influence normal hoof growth
Chia seeds bring healing and balance to your horse
chia seeds benefit your horse in a variety of ways by:
• Lowering circulating insulin and glucose
• Balancing immune function
• Protecting joints and ligaments
• Reducing pain
• Decreasing nervousness
• Improving heart and blood vessel integrity
• Reducing allergic reactions to insect bites
• Diminishing respiratory inflammation
• Supporting normal gastrointestinal function
• Maintaining hair and hoof health
• Healing damaged skin
• Hydrating intestinal contents
Apple powder fiber powder is rich in pectin, fruit acids, dietary fiber and minerals. It is believed to remove unwanted toxins from the colon, and effectively promotes intestinal tract health. Helps promote a healthy heart and maintain blood sugar levels
Dates were once a staple of a desert horse’s diet, and they’re still fed as treats and energy boosts for horses in that part of the world. High in fiber and potassium, plus a treasure trove of other vitamins and minerals, horses love their sweet taste.
Clay Bentonite Clay for Horses
“The Healing Clay”
Natural Healing Clay for Gastric ulcers in Horses.This physical pulling power of pure Calcium Bentonite Clay for Horses also has an absorbent action (like sticky paper) as toxins are drawn into the porous surface of the clay and eliminated from the horse’s body.