💫Did you know that broodmares needs evolve towards the end of gestation? 💫Her needs are much more important during the last two months before foaling due to the foetus doubling its weight. During this period, its needs in minerals, trace elements and vitamins are greater than those in proteins and energy. Therefore, it’s not sufficient to increase the volume of the basic ration (complete feed or cereals) to ensure the end of fetal development, colostrum quality, the good start of lactation, etc. It is thus important to supplement the mare with an adapted breeding mineral. 💫The must have to supplement your broodmares during the end of gestation ! 💫PASKABREEDING helps to balance the ration of the mare during the last months of gestation. Its minerals, trace elements and vitamins intake constitutes the basis of good foetus development. The contribution of 11 essential minerals in optimal proportions (Ca/P = 2; Zn/Cu = 3) and liposoluble and watersoluble vitamins supports milk secretions of broodmares and contributes to the growth and harmonious development of the foal.
The plant extracts associated with this mineral are traditionally used for the general reinforcement of the immune system and the support of the digestive tract.
Haven’t posted in ages so here’s a photo of baby kitty, she’s such a cutie. I miss them all so much. Two more days of school until summer!!! I cant wait to start riding Lucy everyday again. I plan to bring her to the Halloween pony camp in October instead of summer camp because I’ll need a lot of time to get her back into riding again #tylersembroidery
Happy Mother's Day to All the Two and Four Legged Moms Out There!
This Mother's Day weekend, all of us here at Equine Voices wish to honor not only our Devil's Garden mustangs mothers-to-be, but ALL moms everywhere, the four-leggeds as well as the two-leggeds! "We love and appreciate you, Mom!" Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
Moms can be hard to shop for, but if she is an animal lover, especially a horse lover, you are in luck!
Something that is even better and lasts longer than flowers or candy, is sponsoring a new mom and her foal. Would you consider sponsoring one of the six wild mustang mares that are due to give birth any day now! For just $75 per month, you can help us care for the new additions to our family.
The Moms-To-Be are: Aurora, Shiloh, Mago, Cherokee, Montana and newly named Amari (formerly mare #320). Contact us at 520.398.2814 or visit equinevoices.org and click the link 'Sponsor A Mare and Foal' for more details.
As always, thank you for supporting Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary!