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Hoffman’s Horse Minerals

 

October 2010 Issue

 

     In their quest to find horse minerals that really worked and were affordable, life-long Quarter Horse breeders, Lorne and Marian Hoffman, consulted with an equine nutritionist who helped them develop their own vitamin-and-mineral formula to be fed, along with good forage, to their stallions, broodmares and show horses.

     The Hoffmans’ customers were so pleased with the excellent condition of their mares that had spent time at the Hoffman ranch being bred, that they wanted to buy the product. So, in 1998, the Hoffmans began marketing Hoffman’s Horse Minerals to the public.

     Hoffman’s Horse Minerals improve hoof and coat quality, stamina, breeding success, foaling and bone structure, and reduce ulcers and muscle tie-up. Older or arthritic horses can become more limber and utilize their food better. Breeding stallions can have an increase in sperm density, especially senior stallions.

     The Hoffman’s veterinarian recommends it for problems she encounters in other clients’ horses.

     Hoffman’s Horse Minerals may be fed either free-choice or top-dressed. It comes in 50-pound bags and offers three levels of nutrition.

 

Hoffman’s Horse Minerals
Benefits breeding and growing horses, older horses, and horses in average use;

 

Hoffman’s High Performance Minerals,
Supplies energy and “bottom” to hard-working and performance horses;

 

Hoffman’s Horse Ration
A complete vitamin/mineral package for horses needing calm energy and/or weight gain without grains and sweetener.

 

     For more information, a list of dealers, or to order, contact Hoffman’s Horse Minerals, call 403-646-6284, or visit www.hoffmanshorseminerals.com.

            Chad Harden, Canadian Champion Chuck Wagon Racer relies upon Hoffman’s Horse Minerals products keep his horses winning.

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