Oct 8, 2019
Hey Y’all! This episode of MwH is with Lindsay Burer, Equine
Nutrition Specialist with Bluebonnet Feeds. She came out to the
ranch today to shoot a couple of videos for our YouTube channel and
chat with us on the podcast about what her role is with BB. We
discussed how she evaluates programs when helping them decide what
the best feed options are for their horses. We discussed reading
labels on feed and understanding what’s in the feed you’re using.
We once again discuss the importance of a sound nutrition program
for the ability of your horse to perform! We hope you enjoy
listening to the podcast as much as we enjoyed recording it!
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