March 9, 2016
BUCKEYE® Nutrition is proud to announce its professional partnership with Lauren Kieffer Equestrian. Through this partnership, Lauren will work with BUCKEYE® Nutrition to promote best feeding practices in competition, at clinics, and over social media.
February 25, 2016
BUCKEYE® Nutrition and WALTHAM®, a leading scientific authority on the nutrition and health of companion animals, are together offering the WALTHAM®-BUCKEYE® Nutrition Equine Research Grant, up to a total of $20,000 per annum –which may be awarded to one project or split between several.
February 12, 2016
Being obese and/or having abnormal insulin responses (insulin dysregulation or ID) is thought to increase the risk of laminitis. Obesity is often associated with ID in certain breeds, but are there breed differences in insulin responses regardless of body condition? In this study, researchers at the University of Melbourne, Australia investigated whether breed contributes to ID in non-obese horses.
January 15, 2016
BUCKEYE® Nutrition is proud to announce its professional partnership with Belinda Trussell Dressage. Through this partnership, Belinda Trussell will work with BUCKEYE® Nutrition to promote best feeding practices through competition, at clinics, and over social media channels.
November 23, 2015
GRO 'N WIN® and ULTIMATE FINISH®: The Ultimate Combination for a balanced diet. Let's face it-feeding time can be complicated and costly when feeding several different types of horses. But it doesn't have to be. With GRO 'N WIN® and ULTIMATE FINISH®, you can rest assure that all of your horses are receiving the nutrients they need when paired with good quality forage. Whether it be a young, growing horse, broodmare or performance horse, this pair will work for almost all ages and stages.
November 4, 2015
Obesity is widespread in the equine population, especially in horses & ponies used for pleasure or leisure, and can be associated with adverse metabolic conditions.
September 9, 2015
Protein, made up of individual amino acids, is essential for muscle, ligament and tissue development and maintenance, especially in young, growing horses. Limiting certain amino acids such as lysine will inhibit this process, but what other amino acids may be limiting in the growing horse? Researchers at the University of Kentucky set out to answer this question.
September 2, 2015
First off, let me introduce myself. My name is Kristen Janicki and I serve on the Marketing Team here at BUCKEYE® Nutrition. My job title is nutritional services coordinator and technical marketing. You are probably asking yourself “what does that mean exactly”? It means that I am responsible for answering our nutrition-related questions from customers and I provide the technical nutrition information on marketing materials.