Wild Fed Horse Feed

Feeding wild horses

Came straight up on my FB feed and they are based in Oregon but have dealers near me. Wild Fed Horse Feed is made from whole foods: grasses, seeds and herbs, all part of a horse's natural diet. Looking at a topic - " Wild Fed" horse feed...

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RE: " Wild Fed" horse feed..... You use these human tattoos for your own brand. We do not have GMO oat, fruit garden gras and mousse. This means when they say that they use NON-GMO or that it is only advertising for the snowflakes horse-riders. They also say they use biological reddish shavings and blossoms and biological canines.

It just means they're on the fields when they harvest the hey. All and the weed in the haystack is biological. Using organically, I thought they mean that no crop herbicide or pesticide was used, is that also incorrect? With regard to the concept of bio, that is another matter when it comes to statutory labelling.

Only because something is cultivated without the use of any pesticide or herbicide in the USA, it cannot be described as "organic" on the labels. In order to describe the labelling under discussion here as biological, the labels would have to have certification of manufacture, packaging and batch identification in order to assert this on the labelling.

Like I said before, this can be a good dietary supplement for a horse that does not have good teeths or good fiber in it. Though at a maximum of $16 per horse per diem as a whole, it seems rather costly. RE: " Wild Fed" horse feed..... You use these human tattoos for your own brand.

We do not have GMO oat, fruit garden gras and mousse. This means that if they say that they are using NON-GMO, it means that it is only a matter of selling it to the snowflake-horse-humans. They also say that they use biological reddish shavings and blossoms as well as biological canines.

It just means they're in the fields when they harvest the hey. All but the weed on the hayfield is organically grown. Using organically, I thought they mean that no crop herbicide or pesticide was used, is that also incorrect? With regard to the concept of bio, that is another matter when it comes to statutory labelling.

Only because something is cultivated without the use of any pesticide or herbicide in the USA, it cannot be described as "organic" on the labels. In order to describe the labelling under discussion here as biological, the labels would have to have certification for manufacture, packaging and batch identification in order to assert this on the labelling.

Like I said before, this can be a good dietary supplement for a horse that does not have good teeths or good fiber in it. However, at a maximum of $16 per horse per night as a whole, it seems quite high. RE: " Wild feeding" Horse feed...... 957-05-31 7:47 AM What would dissuade me is all that non-GMO and organic farming has to say.

It' just that Markétting. They' re following the snowflake with a horse. In fact, only one of the non-genetically modified substances has a GMO right, and that is lucerne. "Non-GMO fruit garden grass non-GMO Alfalfa and non-GMO Timothy Grass, non-GMO oats, sunflower seeds, chia seeds, organic dandelion leaves, organic rose hips, organic red clover leaves and blossoms, organic probiotic, trace mineral salt, organic yeast, organic zinc methionate and natural vitamine E".

So I see marketin' trick. RE: " Wild Fed" horse feed..... 957-05-31 9:37 AM You use these methods of human communication. We do not have GMO oat, fruit garden gras and mousse. This means when they say that they use NON-GMO or that it is only advertising for the snowflakes horse-riders.

They also say that they use biological reddish shavings and blossoms as well as biological canines. It just means they're on the fields when they harvest the hey. All and the weed in the haystack is biological. Using organically, I thought they mean that no crop herbicide or pesticide was used, is that also incorrect?

Biological agriculture uses insecticides. RE: " Wild Fed" horse feed..... 957-05-31 9:37 AM You use these methods of human communication. We do not have GMO oat, fruit garden gras and mousse. This means when they say that they use NON-GMO or that it is only advertising for the snowflakes horse-riders.

They also say that they use biological reddish shavings and blossoms as well as biological dandelion. It just means they're on the fields when they harvest the hey. All and the weed in the haystack is biological. With organically grown, I thought they mean that no pesticide or herbicide is used for the crops, is that also incorrect?

Biological agriculture uses the use of insecticides. RE: " Wild Fed" horse feed..... RE: " Wild Fed" horse feed..... I' m going to try this feed for a months or two. That ultimate just makes my ponies a little too high power and this material is a better choice for their well being!

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