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  • Omega Fields Spokesperson, Beverly Gray Interviewed on Horsemanship Radio, Episode 40

    Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields’ spokesperson, Beverly Gray, Endurance Riding legend, ( was part of Horsemanship Radio Episode 40 that streamed this past Friday, May 15, 2015. She talked about how she got into endurance riding, the horses she has had throughout her career, and how she cares for and what she feeds her endurance horses.
    Beverly has been a professional endurance rider for over 2 decades, has received many awards from her rides and how she cares for her horses. She has logged over 18,500 competition miles, completed 350 races and has 100 wins.
    Learn more about Beverly’s favorite Omega Fields products that she uses each day – Mega Omega for herself ( and for her horses – Omega Grande ( , Omega SureGut ( and Omega Nibblers (
    You can listen to Episode 40 and all of Horsemanship Radio episodes on Omega Fields website by clicking on the Horsemanship Radio icon in the footer of the site ( or use the direct link ( /).
    Horsemanship Radio is an online radio show (podcast) dedicated to the exploration of good horsemanship throughout the world. 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. Omega Fields, Inc. is one of the sponsors of the Horsemanship Radio program ( featured on Horses In the Morning radio podcast (
    About Omega Fields
    Omega Fields® is recognized as a minority-owned business. Its mission is to offer the finest quality, most nutritious products at fair prices, and to provide outstanding customer service. Omega Fields wants its customers to have exceptional experiences with their products, staff, websites and retailers.

    Omega Fields is the first manufacturer in the animal health industry to use human-grade, non-GMO stabilized ground flaxseed, rich in fiber and antioxidants, and containing the optimum ratio of the full spectrum of Omega 3, 6, and 9 Fatty Acids for equine, canine, poultry and human nutrition. The innovative use of flaxseed milled with a unique stabilization technology ensures long shelf life and superior quality for Omega Fields’ products.

    Contact: Allison Kuhl _ Director of Business Development, Omega Fields

  • USRider Introduces Omega Fields as New Premier Partner

    By: Lindsey K. Mulvany

    1.800.844.1409 Ext: 106

    USRider Introduces Omega Fields as New Premier Partner

    LEXINGTON, Ky. (June 16, 2015) –USRider’s benefits program – Winner’s Circle Advantage – offers members exclusive discounts not found anywhere else. To its newly-added Premier Partners Program, USRider has added Omega Fields as the fourth Premier Partner.

    Omega Fields

    Your horses can count on Omega Fields’ Omega-3 rich, stabilized flax supplements and treats to restore cracked, brittle hooves, prevent sand colic, alleviate stiff immobile joints, soothe aching muscles, relieve skin problems and promote a shiny, healthy coat. With your USRider® membership, you are entitled to save 15% off the complete line of Omega Fields’ Omega-3 rich, premium products (excluding Omega Rice Bran). Omega Fields is honored to be of assistance in providing quality horse products made with stabilized flax for joint, hoof and skin coat health.

    The USRider Winner’s Circle Premier Partner Program allows USRider members to receive exclusive discounts. The three other Premier Partners are Purina, Spalding Laboratories and Riding Warehouse. To learn more information about the USRider Winner’s Circle Program, please visit and visit the benefits page.

    USRider – in its 14th year of operation – is the only company to provide emergency roadside assistance for horse owners. Through the Equestrian Motor Plan, USRider provides nationwide roadside assistance and towing services along with other travel-related benefits to its Members. The plan includes standard features such as flat-tire repair, battery assistance, lockout services, and roadside repairs for tow vehicles and trailers with horses, plus towing up to 100 miles. As an additional service, USRider maintains a national database that includes emergency stabling, veterinary and farrier referrals.

    For more information about the USRider Equestrian Motor Plan, visit online or call 800-844-1409. For additional safety and travel tips, visit the Equine Travel Safety Area on the USRider website at

    About the Equine Network

    The Equine Network provides, creates, and distributes relevant content and services to passionate horse enthusiasts while connecting them to each other and the marketplace. The Equine Network is the publisher of award-winning magazines: Horse & Rider, EQUUS, Dressage Today, The Trail Rider, Spin to Win Rodeo, American Cowboy, Practical Horseman, and Horse Journal. The Equine Network also publishes a proprietary line of books and DVDs for sale through its store, The Equine Network provides emergency roadside assistance through its acquisition of USRider, and is home to several websites including:,,,,, and

  • Tips On Buying Horse Hay


    Written By: Krishona Martinson, University of Minnesota

    Listed below you will find some of the characteristics of hay that should be used to evaluate and select hay for horses. Continue reading

  • Choosing forages for horses

    Written By: Jennifer Earing, PhD, University of Minnesota

    Forage selection should be based on horse needs, as there is no one forage best suited for all classes of horses. For example, providing a nutrient-dense forage like vegetative alfalfa hay to 'easy keepers' can create obesity issues; however, that same hay would be a good option for a performance horse with elevated nutrient requirements. With so many forages available, how does one choose? Differences in the nutritive quality of forages (hay or pasture) are largely based on two factors: plant maturity and species. Continue reading

  • LEADERSHIP - what can we learn from horses?


    --What can we learn about Leadership from horses? –


    Check out this book from Monty Roberts, Susan Cain and Debbie Roberts-Loucks, titled

    JOINING UP: What Horses Can Teach Us about Leadership

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  • Determining the value of rained on hay

    Written By:Dan Undersander, University of Wisconsin & Krishona Martinson, University of Minnesota


    Frequent and above average rainfall fell throughout the Midwest during the summer of 2010, resulting in a challenging hay making season. Rain occurring while cut hay is laying in the field causes both yield and quality losses that reduce the value of the crop as an animal feed and a marketable commodity. Continue reading

  • Not all horses should graze

    Written By: Krishona Martinson, PhD, University of Minnesota

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    Recently, there has been a significant amount of interest in the sugar content of forage grasses. Pasture-induced laminitis (founder) can be triggered when susceptible horses ingest high amounts of sugar or fructans that are naturally found in forage species commonly grown in Minnesota. Susceptible horses include, but are not limited to, overweight or easy keeping horses, ponies, horses with metabolic syndrome, and horses that have foundered in the past. These horses should have limited grazing, or no grazing at all. Continue reading

  • Field horsetail and brakenfern

    Written By: Krishona Martinson, PhD; Lynn Hovda, DVM, MS; and Mike Murphy, DVM, PhD, University of Minnesota

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  • 8 Things I Learned from 8 State Hurricane Kate

    Written By Jenny Pavlovic


    With hurricane and summer storm season beginning, I was recently invited to be on a radio show called ‘Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After – Hurricane Preparedness for Pets’. To get ready for the show, I reviewed my classic post, ‘8 Things I learned from 8 State Kate’, the cattle dog who was rescued after Hurricane Katrina and who later came to live with me as she recovered and I looked for her original family. I found the information to be useful still, and added updates from what I’ve learned in the past few years.

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  • Alternate feed options

    Written By: Betsy Gilkerson Wieland, University of Minnesota

    A drought can leave many horse owners looking for quality hay, and considering alternative feedstuffs for their horses. A large portion of a horse's diet should be forage of some sort, and horses eat roughly 2% of their body weight in dry matter each day. Below is a list of common forage alternatives: Continue reading

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