Here's a highlight video of the presentation on Feeding the High Performance Horse, sponsored by Nutrena.
For horse owners that seek nutritional support for their horse's gut discomfort, Nutrena® has added Empower® Digestive Balance supplement to its lineup. Intestinal and gastric discomfort in horses is often due to stressful situations such as rigorous training, competing, shipping, frequent changes in environment, and even drastic changes in weather. While the structure of a horse is quite large, their gastrointestinal system is rather small, sensitive, and susceptible to upset.
The United States Eventing Association (USEA) is pleased to announce the continued partnership with longtime supporter Nutrena® Feeds. Nutrena Feeds has returned as a Corporate Sponsor and the “Official Feed of the USEA.” Nutrena Feeds will also return as the Presenting Sponsor of the USEA American Eventing Championships (AEC) for 2020 and 2021.
November 5, 2019 - Cargill today announced the addition of three new SafeChoice® horse feed products and an update to the existing products in the SafeChoice line. The Nutrena® brand changed the feed industry over 15 years ago with the debut of the original SafeChoice feed, the first-ever controlled-starch horse feed to hit the market. Now, there's more innovative feed to love from SafeChoice.
Thank you to all of the participants in the Nutrena Horse Feed survey. We are happy to announce that the following individuals, who were randomly selected from the pool of participants, will receive a set of Oster Protoge Clippers from Nutrena or one of five $50 gift certificates for USEA logowear:
For more than fifteen years, Nutrena has loyally supported the USEA as the official feed of our organization. The USEA has been able to offer benefits to our members that would not have been possible without the dedication of Nutrena. In return for their support, the USEA is asking our members to take a few minutes to complete this short survey about your equine feeding practices.
Following the most extensive drought in 25 years, horse owners are facing hay shortages, increased prices and pastures in poor condition.1 We asked an equine nutrition expert about alternatives to feeding hay and what horse owners can do to help fill the gap left by these unusual and difficult conditions.
Recently, Nutrena launched an effort to raise awareness for the need to help struggling families feed their pets along with their families. Because of animal lovers like you, this video about the need for pet food at food shelves was viewed over 12,000 times in just two weeks! As promised, we will now donate an entire truckload of Loyall Pet Food to animals in need in May!