Omega Fields

  • Omega Fields Continues Sponsorship of Horsemanship Radio as the New Title Sponsor

    Sheboygan, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. announces that it will continue its sponsorship of the Horsemanship Radio program as the new Title Sponsor (www.horsemanshipradio.com) featured on Horses In the Morning radio podcast (www.horsesinthemorning.com). Horsemanship Radio is hosted by Debbie Loucks, daughter of pioneer natural horseman, Monty Roberts. Horsemanship Radio is aired on the 15th and 30th of each month and is downloaded over 10,000 times each month.
    “Both Omega Fields and Monty Roberts are well known in the high performance world as well Continue reading

  • Omega Fields Spokesperson, Hallie Hanssen, Diamonds and Dirt Derby Champion

    Sheboygan, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is proud to congratulate and announce one of its spokespeople, Hallie Hanssen for a successful Diamonds and Dirt Derby in Texas last month. Hallie won the Derby on Tres Movidas, owned by Tom Jacobs.
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  • EQUINE THRUSH - WHAT IT IS AND HOW TO DEAL WITH IT

    Written By: Walt Friedrich

    It is a condition – or more precisely, an infection – in the hoof. It is not a disease. Its elimination has been the goal of massive efforts to develop the ultimate product, as witness the vast variety of thrush-busting products on tack shop shelves. All of them do sell, and each of them probably does reduce and control the infection in some hooves – but there are a couple problems: one is that a given product may clear things up for some horses, but seems ineffective for others. And secondly, many of those hooves whose thrush does get controlled end up with a re-infection a couple months later. Right up front, the problem is not a simple one.   Continue reading

  • Maintaining Your Horse's Weight: An On-Going Challenge

    Winter weight loss is a common issue that arises every winter, and to some degree normal and to be expected. But how do you know what is a healthy weight range for your horse to lose and remain healthy? There is not a single weight range that’s ideal for all horses, as it will vary between breed, discipline, and individual, but here are a few guidelines to follow to help monitor your horse’s weight: Continue reading

  • Red Snow In Winter

    A common question that always seems to come up in winter months is why a horse’s urine looks red. People usually notice red, orange or brown spots in the snow where their horses have urinated. Normal horse urine sometimes turns red or brown after standing for a while. This is due to the presence of plant metabolites called pyrocatechines. These oxidizing agents cause the urine to change color when mixed with oxygen. It can happen year round (the same Continue reading

  • Omega Fields Spokesperson, Hallie Hanssen Wins Classic Equine, Buckeye, AZ Slot Race

    Sheboygan, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is proud to congratulate and announce one of its spokespeople, Hallie Hanssen for a successful Classic Equine Slot Race in Buckeye, AZ earlier this month. Hallie won the slot race earning $20,000.
    Hallie feeds Omega Horseshine® (https://www.omegafields.com/equine-products/omega-horseshine-29.html) and Omega SureGut™ (https://www.omegafields.com/equine-products/omega-suregut.html) to her futurity and derby barrel horses. She also uses Omega Nibblers® as her go to Omega-3 based horse treat (https://www.omegafields.com/equine-products/omega-nibblersr.html).
    “THANK YOU for keeping our horses looking and feeling great!” says Hanssen. Omega Fields Continue reading

  • Omega Fields Spokesperson, Maren Luedemann on Horsemanship Radio – Episode 80

    Sheboygan, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is happy to announce spokesperson, Maren Luedemann is a guest on episode 80 of Horsemanship Radio program (www.horsemanshipradio.com) featured on Horses In the Morning radio podcast (www.horsesinthemorning.com). Maren is a mentor, life coach, and has 30+ years in horse training. (https://www.omegafields.com/spokespeople-maren-luedemann/) “I cannot express thanks enough for all Omega Fields, Omega Horseshine® (https://www.omegafields.com/equine-products/omega-horseshine-30.html) and Omega Nibblers (https://www.omegafields.com/equine-products/omega-nibblers.html) has done for my program and me these past years. I know the importance of the omegas in one's diet and therefore am thrilled that I am on track with my horse's nutrition by being on Omega Fields' products! It was very obvious in the arena this year. My horses are at peak performance. Thanks again for all you have done for Summer Run Arena Performance Horses!!” says Luedemann.
    Also included in this episode is Jennifer O’Neill, famous for her role in The Summer of ’42, starred opposite John Wayne in Rio Lobo. She now gives her time and heart to Hope and Healing at Hillenglade™ (http://www.hillenglade.org/) providing Military Veterans and their families the therapeutic wonder of horses. Omega Fields President, Sean Moriarty comments, “Hope and Healing is a wonderful organization that we have been lucky enough to support and donate to last year. We give thanks to our spokesperson/ambassador Rafael Valle and his horse, Ivory Pal for introducing us to Hope and Healing at Hillenglade.”
    Horsemanship Radio is hosted by Debbie Loucks, daughter of pioneer natural horseman, Monty Roberts. Horsemanship Radio is aired on the 15th and 30th of each month and is downloaded over 10,000 times each month.
    Listen to Episode 80 now - http://www.horsemanshipradio.com/2017/01/14/80-by-index-fund-advisors-ifa-com-hope-and-healings-jennifer-oneill-young-rider-mentor-barrell-racer-maren-luedemann/

  • Omega Fields Donates to World Para Reining International Championship

    Sheboygan, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is looking forward to the upcoming 1st ever World Para International Championship that will be held November 12-14th in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the 2016 AQHA World Championship Show! There will be a Jog, Team Competition, as well as an Individual Competition. Riders attending the International Championship will also have the opportunity to participate in a clinic at Apex Ranch with Lisa Coulter, founder of WPR, November 8-11th. Continue reading

  • TOXIC TREES AND THEIR DANGER TO HORSES

    Written by Walt Friedrich

    Most of us horse-owners are quite well aware that our horses can pretty much take care of themselves. They may be prey animals, but so are field mice, along with thousands of other species in between, and of them all, horses are probably one of the best equipped for self-protection. Weighing in typically at a thousand-pounds plus or minus a few hundred helps, along with immense strength, and maybe the quickest reflexes in the animal kingdom; he can break your leg or even kill you with a well-placed kick, and he has enough speed to outrun a hungry mountain lion. He tends to keep himself quite well self-protected. Continue reading

  • Winter Blanketing

    Written By Dr. Kate LeVasseur, DVM

    The question always arises each winter whether to blanket or to not blanket your horse. As the temperature decreases, the layers of clothing increase. One would only assume this would also hold true for your horse, right? Continue reading

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