Whether you have one or more horses I would be happy to meet with you in person to discuss you and your horse's needs and how we can make improvements.  Some of the topics that can be discussed during a visit may include:
- body condition scoring and weight
- instruct owner on how to perform health checks to monitor horse health
- take pictures of the horse and start an information and progress file
- review of your feeding program and identify preliminary nutrient excesses and deficiencies
- gather information for an individualized balanced nutrition program (see below)
- discuss health related issues and how sound nutritional management practices can benefit
- assess pastures and hay; take a hay sample for hay analysis (hay analysis is extra)
- assess stable management practices and make recommendations
- assess horse-keeping practices
- assess barn safety and design

*prices subject to change at anytime. Contact us by email prior to ordering.

In-Person Farm Visit

  • Information and nutritional advice provided by Superior Equine Health and Nutrition Inc., especially in the case of illness, injury, disorders, or conditions requiring medical treatment, is not intended to take the place of proper veterinary care.  Information and nutritional advice is non-veterinary (unless otherwise stated), is based as far as possible on current research, does not constitute advice or diagnosis, and should be discussed in full with all relevant vets and hoofcare or other professionals.  No responsibility is taken for the accuracy or suitability of information provided, and no liability accepted for damages of any kind arising from use, reference to or reliance on any information provided by Superior Equine Health and Nutrition Inc. If you suspect your horse is ill, please consult your vet. Superior Equine Health and Nutrition Inc. cannot be held accountable for a horse's response, whether favorable or adverse, to nutritional intervention. Furthermore, we take no responsibility for the inherent risks of activities involving horses, including equine behavior changes that might result in personal injury.