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  • Omega Fields is Proud to announce our Newest Spokespeople – Lee & Hallie Hanssen!

    Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is proud to announce our new relationship with the champion barrel racers and professional trainers, Lee & Hallie Hanssen (www.melvinranch.com and www.hanssensranch.com).  Omega Fields’ goal has always been to extend our tag line “Nutrition for a Healthy Life” into a person’s entire experience by promoting a connected message of nutrition and healthy living for them and the animals they love.  We feel strongly that Lee & Hallie’s reputation, methods and character are a great fit with ours and we are thrilled to have them as our Spokespeople. ” says Moriarty, President of Omega Fields.  

    As active members of the Barrel Futurities of America and the W.P.R.A (Hallie), some notable accomplishments for Hallie include; BFA Derby World Champion, WPRA Reserve 2x World Champion, Fizzbomb Futurity Champion, 5-States Futurity Champion and Multiple Ft. Smith Futurity Finalist. And for Lee; multiple slot race top 10 placing, Top 10 Old Fort Days Futurity and 3rd at BBR Futurity Finals.  “We are very excited to have Lee & Hallie as spokespeople and feel that they truly represent the ideals we have as a company. The combination of their experience and knowledge as well as outstanding character make them a great example of what we stand for as a company” according to Moriarty – President of Omega Fields.  

    As stated by Lee & Hallie “Hallie and I have loved horses since we can remember.  What started out as a simple hobby has turned into a career and an enduring passion.  Competing at the professional level is very demanding on our horses.  That is why we trust Omega Fields to help our horses look and feel their best.  Over the years we have fed many great products, and Omega Fields flax based supplements continue to help our horses perform at the top of their game.  When you look good, you feel good and our horses look awesome with help of these outstanding products.  We are grateful to be a part of their team.”

    Check out our latest Omega Grande product video and spokesperson, Hallie Hanssen on our YouTube channel - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qtmVXCrVvg.

    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, goat, 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, Inc. • (920) 550-4061 ext. 119 • Allison.kuhl@omegafields.com, www.omegafields.com
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  • Omega Fields is Now on Instagram

    Omega Fields is now on Instagram!

    Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc.  has joined the popular photo sharing site Instagram.  We will be posting photos of the Parelli Natural Horsemanship tour stops, other special events from our Ambassadors and Spokespeople, retail partner locations, our own and customer animal photos, so join in the fun and follow us on Instagram!  Simply use the hashtag #omegafields when posting photos on your Instagram account. 

    We will also be creating contests to give away a month’s supply of product by tracking posts with the #omegafields.  And finally, we will have a contest at each Parelli event for those who post a picture of themselves with Pat or Linda Parelli or our Omega Fields booth, just use the #omegafields and post to your Instagram account. 

    See you on Instagram!
     

  • Omega Fields Announces its New YouTube Channel

     

    Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is proud to announce the creation of our new YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/OmegaFieldsInc ).  We’ll be posting product videos ((http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iclcWjRylps),  behind the scenes video of our photo shoots for new products, most recently our new goat supplement, Omega Kid & Goat Care.  There will be video testimonials and an inside look into the competitions and events taken by our Spokespeople and Ambassadors around the country as well as our RFDtv commercials.

    Please subscribe to our channel to join in the fun and see interesting aspects and find information about the products and company you love!

  • Omega Fields and Missouri Fox Trotters Horse Breed Association, A Great Partnership

     

    Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is proud to announce our continued relationship with the Missouri Fox Trotters Horse Breed Association (MFTHBA).  “Since 2010 Omega Fields has participated with the MFTHBA membership of approx. 4,500 people,  in providing nutritional articles from our equine science consultant, Dr. Kris Hiney, as well as offering MFTHBA members a 5% discount on all Omega Fields products”” says Sean Moriarty – President of Omega Fields, Inc.

    “The Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association has greatly appreciated our continued relationship with Omega Fields,” said MFTHBA President, Dr. Joyce Graening.  “Omega Fields’ focus on quality products and superior customer service makes it a great match to the values and principles of the MFTHBA.  Our members greatly appreciate their support of the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse”.  An further, “Our partnership is based on a desire by both organizations to continue to educate horseman on the benefits of paying attention to nutrition as a core principal in having a more satisfying experience with your horse “says Moriarty.  MFTHBA communicates with its members through e-mails, newsletters and a semi-monthly magazine called Fox Trot U.  Information about MFTHBA can be found at their website at; www.mfthba.com

    About the Missouri Fox Trotting Horse Breed Association (MFTHBA)
    Fox Trotters originated in Missouri as ranch horses bred for smooth riding gaits as well as stamina for mountain riding and heavy ranch and farm work. They are known for versatile athleticism, the naturally smooth flat walk and fox trot gaits, and an endearing, trainable personality. Since 1948, the MFTHBA has worked to promote the Missouri Fox Trotter and support a registry for horses that meet the breed standards of gait and conformation. Today there are more than 97,000 registered Fox Trotters worldwide.

  • Omega Fields Announces its Horseshine Products Available in Canada

     

    Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. is excited to announce our new distribution relationship with Canadian Centurion Supply located at; PO Box 21116, 10 Humber Street, Stratford, ON N5A 7V4.  “Omega Fields will market “Omega Horseshine®”, our award winning flax based omega-3 nutritional supplement for horses, and the flagship product of our brand in Canada as “Horseshine” says Sean Moriarty – President of Omega Fields, Inc.

    Our new relationship kicks off at “The Mane Event” in Reed Deer, AB on Apr 26-28, 2013. “Horseshine” products will be available to consumers at the show courtesy of Canadian Centurion Supply’s retail dealer called “The Horse Store” located at 2612 Kensington Road NW, Calgary, AB, T2N 3S5, 403-270-7700. After “The Mane Event” horse show, Canadian Centurion Supply will begin distributing “Horseshine” to retailers across Canada.  In addition we will also be offering the “Horseshine” products at our booth with the Parelli Heart & Soul Tour in London ONT June 8-9, 2013 through another of Canadian Centurion Supply’s retail dealers, Wilson Tack and Veterinary Supplies.

  • Omega Fields Highlights Relationship with Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily

     

    Newton, Wisconsin – The backyard poultry market has been a steadily growing focus for Omega Fields and we are very pleased to support key players communicating with people with a passion for chickens such as Lisa Steele author of the blog “Fresh Eggs Daily”, says Moriarty – President-Omega Fields.

    Lisa writes a regular blog called “Fresh Eggs Daily” found on her website; www.fresh-eggs-daily.com. Lisa says about her mission and focus, Fresh Eggs Daily® is dedicated to inspiring readers to live a simple, natural farm life and raise their chickens as naturally as possible. Most of our readers raise backyard flocks, although some haven’t taken the plunge yet and are still in the ‘research’ stage. Others follow because our photos and stories recall memories of raising chickens when they were young or of visiting their grandparent’s farm as children. We attract novices as well as more experienced chicken keepers, challenging them all to raise their flocks to be the happiest and healthiest they can be. In addition to giving tips and advice on raising backyard flocks, we also share DIY projects using repurposed materials, vegetable and herb gardening tips, making all natural products for the home and coop, and recipes using fresh eggs and homegrown produce.

    In addition to her blog that is read by an estimated 25,000 people, Lisa reaches over 30,000 Facebook friends (https://www.facebook.com/FreshEggsDaily?ref=ts&fref=ts); over 7,500 Pinterest followers(http://pinterest.com/fresheggsdaily/) ; and almost 1,000 followers on Twitter.  People are talking about chickens!

    Omega Fields sponsors an ad on her blog site, offers special coupons and contests for her Facebook and blog readers as well as provides helpful research content that Lisa shares with her eager audience.

  • Omega Fields Highlights it's Marketing and Education Relationship with Kathy Mormino, The Chicken Chick

     

    Newton, Wisconsin – The backyard poultry market has been a steadily growing focus for Omega Fields and we are very pleased to support key players communicating with people with a passion for chickens such as Kathy Marmino aka “The Chicken Chick”, says Moriarty – President-Omega Fields.

    Kathy writes a regular blog called “The Chicken Chick” found on her website; www.the-chicken-chick.com. Kathy says about her mission and focus, “I routinely refer my Facebook audience to my blog for the information and articles that may be of assistance to them in caring for their chickens.  The focus of my blog is informing and educating readers on topics relevant to their pet chickens such as: how hens make eggs, how to make a poultry nipple waterer, chicken first aid kit essentials, cooking with eggs, etc.  My background as an attorney has uniquely prepared me to ensure that thorough research is done and proper citations are provided to substantiate information I share, which I believe lends credibility to my work and loyalty from my readers.”

    In addition to her blog that is read by an estimated 21,000 people, Kathy reaches almost 30,000 Facebook friends (http://www.facebook.com/Egg.Carton.Labels.by.ADozenGirlz?fref=ts), publishes helpful videos on her YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg9P80BP7u2UYtsBG4vc-aQ) and has an obvious passion for caring for her own chickens!

    Omega Fields sponsors an ad on her blog site, offers special coupons and contests for her Facebook and blog readers as well as provides helpful research content that Kathy shares with her eager audience.

  • Omega Fields Introduces Pin It To Win It Pinterest Contest

     

    Newton, Wisconsin – Omega Fields, Inc. announced it will begin their first ever “Pin It to Win It” contests on the popular social media site Pinterest, beginning in March 2013.  Participating in the contest requires no purchase and is very easy to enter.  To participate in the contests just make sure to log onto the Omega Fields Pinterest page at; http://pinterest.com/omegafieldss/ and follow our ‘Omega Fields Contest’ board. Please follow our fantastic boards and invite us to be a part of your community boards as well! You’ll find interesting and informative boards related to horse, dog, chicken and goat nutrition, great recipes using flaxseed, educational tips and articles and detailed information about Omega Fields’ products.

    Sean F. Moriarty, President of Omega Fields, Inc., said, “We have seen an a great response from our customers through social media and feel it is an effective way of interacting and offering those customers additional value for showing an interest in our products.”

  • 100 Miles in One Day in 100 Degree Temperatures

    Considered to be a “grueling mountain marathon for horses”, the Western States Trail Ride, or The Tevis Cup, is one of the most challenging 100-mile rides in the world.  The Ride started on July 20th at 5:15 a. m. at Robie Park near Lake Tahoe with the first place finisher arriving in Auburn, California at 10:12 pm, by way of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.   160 riders took off with the goal of trying to reach Auburn within 24 hours, but by late Saturday night, 68 riders had already been pulled from the ride.

    But that didn’t stop local riders Beverly Gray of Kamas and Sue Hedgecock from Park City and their horses from finishing in the Top 10 at the 2013 Tevis Cup last weekend.  The duo successfully completed approximately 17,000 feet of climbs and 21,000 feet of descents in temperatures soaring above 100 degrees.  The high temperatures were considered a factor in the 47% completion rate; only 75 of 160 horses completed within the allowed 24 hours and vetted out completely sound.
    And less than five hours after the event ended, veterinarians evaluated the top ten equine finishers to select the winner of the Haggin Cup, which recognizes the horse found to be “in the most superior physical condition.”  The veterinarians presented this year's award to LZP Julios Last Chance, a 12-year-old gray Arabian gelding ridden by Park City’s own Suzanne Hedgecock; the pair completed the ride at 12:11 a.m. on July 21.

    Rusty Toth and Take A Break, an 8-year-old chestnut Arabian gelding, crossed the finish line first late on July 20 to win the 58th running of the Tevis Cup.

    “It was a fantastic race. My worry was the heat, 112+ in the canyons, said Bev Gray.  “Jolly Sickle did exceptional!”  Congratulations to Sue and Julio being awarded the Haggin Cup.  The Haggin Cup is a unique and special experience.  To be a part of the evaluation is a gift that I will cherish for my lifetime and have an equine companion that can offer me the gift of the experience.  I am humbled daily!!!!

    Rank Rider Rider # Checkpoint Time
    1 Toth, Rusty 4 Finish Line - IN 10:12PM
    2 Waitte, Jennifer 90 Finish Line - IN 10:29PM
    3 Smith, Jenni 89 Finish Line - IN 10:29PM
    4 Schork, Christoph 88 Finish Line - IN 10:46PM
    5 Myers, Kevin 3 Finish Line - IN 10:58PM
    6 Donley, Karen 35 Finish Line - IN 11:21PM
    7 Schuerman, Mark 115 Finish Line - IN 11:50PM
    8 Hedgecock, Suzanne 87 Finish Line - IN 12:11AM
    9 Gray, Beverly 170 Finish Line - IN 12:27AM
    10 Barnett, Ann Marie 64 Finish Line - IN 12:45AM

    Founded on a bet in 1955 by one of Auburn's prominent citizens, Wendell T. Robie, modern-day endurance riding began with what now is called the "TEVIS CUP." He is quoted as saying “A lump in my throat and on bended knee in gratitude to my equine with wings!!!!!

    Today there are hundreds of endurance riding events throughout the nation and in many countries overseas that are based upon the methods and standards originally established by this event.
    More on the Tevis Cup at www.teviscup.org

  • Turkeys Join the Poultry Revolution

    Contact:
    Alee Marsh
    alee.marsh@storey.com
    413.346.2116
    Turkeys Join the Poultry Revolution

    In the 12 years since the original edition of Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys was published, the backyard poultry movement has undergone a revolution. There’s been a surge in small-scale poultry farming in response to consumer demand for the best flavors, new organic standards, the lifting of local ordinances, locavore activism, and a deep enthusiasm for heritage breeds.

    Turkeys are at the center of this revolution. Don Schrider’s all-new edition of Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys includes detailed information on everything today’s turkey farmer needs to know: the characteristics of various heritage breeds, humane raising practices, buildings and equipment, pastured feeding methods, protection from predators, incubation and breeding, organic certification standards, on-farm processing guidelines, backyard raising techniques, and the most up-to-date medical and care procedures. Marketing information, profiles of turkey farmers, and detailed illustrations complete this comprehensive reference book.

    This important new edition is a highly valuable addition to Storey’s best-selling series. With over 1.9 million copies in print, the Storey’s Guide to Raising series is the most trusted source of essential animal husbandry information. With this new edition of Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys, the next generation of turkey farmers has all the information required to raise birds — naturally and profitably.

    Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys helps bring the American Poultry Association Standard Bred turkeys back from the brink of extinction and restore their presence on the family farm. Without everyone’s efforts, these birds will become simply a memory. With the wonderful help of a book like this, these magnificent varieties of turkeys, which are of great value to agriculture, have the best possible chance of survival.
    — Frank R. Reese, Jr., Good Shepherd Poultry

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR          
    Don Schrider is a poultry aficionado and has written on the topic for many publications, including Mother Earth News, Backyard Poultry, Chickens, Countryside and Small Stock Journal, and Poultry Press. He is a master breeder of Brown Leghorn and Buckeye chickens and has worked with the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy on various projects.  

    Storey’s Guide to Raising Turkeys, 3rd Edition
    Don Schrider
    Storey Publishing, February 2013
    Illustrations throughout, 320 pages, 6" x 9"
    $19.95 paper, ISBN 978-1-61212-149-9
    $29.95 hardcover, ISBN 978-1-61212-150-5

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