Welcome Lucerne Farms!

HeaderwithBlueSky copyWe’re excited to welcome Lucerne Farms to our growing family of advertisers. The Maine company, based in Easton and Fort Fairfield, fits our values and mindset to a T: a small company with a high quality product that’s great for owners and their equines.

It’s the perfect time of year to know more about Lucerne Farms. Many of us like to supplement our horses’ diets to ensure weight maintenance through the cold months. Grain’s not always a good choice; forage is safe, affordable and horses love it!

Horses stomachs are small, about the size of a football. As grazing animals, they are designed to eat slowly and almost constantly. That makes forage a great option in any number of situations including when:

  • hay may have iffy nutritive value
  • pasture doesn’t give them what they need
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Horseman Chris Cox worked with Lucerne to develop a special blend. This video explains how much he favors forage over grain or other alternatives. The popular clinician uses it year round.

Lucerne makes many varieties, most with a blend of timothy and alfalfa grasses. I love “Hi Fi” as we call it at the feed store. Hi Fiber has timothy hay, alfalfa hay, and oat hay with a touch of molasses to tamp down any dust and add a smidge of flavor. It’s nine percent protein and 30 percent fiber.

For those wanting more protein, there’s Alfalfa Supreme with 15 percent.

If you haven’t tried forage, give Lucerne products a try. We’re betting you’ll see positive changes.

Want more ideas for keeping the weight on in winter? Read more.

 

One comment


  • LM

    I have been using hi fiber gold for about a year for my Haflinger. He loves it. I am going to add the Chris Cox mix for my Thoroughbred and Haflinger. I am so happy with the product. More importantly, my horses are happy.

    December 12, 2014

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