Equine Nutrition & Horse Hay Seminar – October 12, 2017


Two Great Presentations on Equine Feed & Horse Quality Hay

Leading up to the 13th Annual Customer Appreciation Day, Cherokee Feed & Seed and Triple Crown Nutrition presented an informative FREE seminar on proper nutrition for feeding your horse. Quality equine feed and hay can make a difference on health and performance, and help save you money!

Gut Instincts – Feeding for Health and Performance 
Watch this informative video from EquiVision, Inc. with our featured speaker Dr. Bill Vanergrift, PhD. Animal Nutrition and Consulting Nutritionist for Triple Crown Horse Feeds

Horse-Quality Hay – What Is It, How Is It Made and Why Is It Important? Presented by Mr. Clayton Geralds, Owner Geralds Farm, Kentucky

The most expensive hay you will ever buy is the hay your horse won’t eat. Mr. Geralds gave us a greater understanding of just what goes into growing and harvesting hay that is ‘horse quality’. Cherokee Feed & Seed is proud to offer the finest Kentucky Hay from Geralds Farm in Kentucky.

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Triple Crown Senior Formula Textured Horse Feed 50 lb

We have a Winner!

Congratulations to Susan Harris on winning the 500 pounds of Triple Crown Feed!

Susan Harris Donated Her 500 Pounds of Triple Crown Feed to Cheryl and Alan,

I attended the feed and hay seminar at Cherokee Feed tonight, and along with receiving a great amount of good information, I was thrilled to win 500 pounds of Triple Crown feed! Alan, thank you for hosting such an informative presentation, and the generous prize.

Cheryl, I have long admired the work you and your volunteers do at Save the Horses. I only have two horses, so instead of keeping the 500 pounds of feed for them, I am just going to get two bags of 30% Ration Balancer that they eat. I believe these bags are 40 pounds each, so that leaves 420 pounds of feed that I want to donate to Save the Horses.

Thank you!

Susan Harris


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