Farmalogic is a Queensland owned and operated business supplying quality products to farmers and horse owners. All our products have been designed and tested on our own animals.
Equine Vit&Min gives you the freedom to raise or lower your horse's energy level, without having to change feeds whilst knowing that vitamin and mineral requirements are ALL being met.
We believe that feeding horses should be as simple as ABC. Equine Vit&Min has been designed to simplify horse feeding and to remove the expensive duplication often encountered in horse diets. It gives you, the owner, power to choose your horse's energy needs to suit its work level whilst providing peace of mind that all vitamin and mineral requirements are met.
The philosophy of our feeding system is based on recommendations of expert scientists from The National Research Council (NRC), an American based body which was established in 1916. The NRC was formed by the National Academy of Sciences which is a private, non-profit society of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific, medical and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology and to using information to promote general welfare. NRC publications are highly valued and condiered credible because of their reputation for providing independent and objective advice with high standards of scientific and technical quality. The NRC Committee on the Nutrient Requirements of Horses consists of expert scientists representing 10 universities from the USA, Canada and the UK. This team of highly qualified experts reviews scientific research relevant to equine nutrition to determine recommendations about what horses need as well as the nutritional value of a range of feedstuffs. The logic behind the development of Equine Vit&Min was to examine a wide variety of Australian horse diets and compare them to the NRC recommendations to see what the dietary shortfalls are. The vitamins and minerals that were lower than the NRC recommendations have been included in Equine Vit&Min in such a way that they not only provide 100% of recommended daily intake, but so that they also balance the key mineral ratios of the entire diet. So when you are considering what supplement to feed your horse, rather than think about how much each product costs, or even how they compare, you first need to know what your horse NEEDS from a supplement. Once you know how many grams or milligrams of each vitamin and mineral you need to add to your horses daily intake, the selection of the most appropriate supplement becomes a logical process.
Nutrition Advice for our customers!
It is our policy to give our customers peace of mind that they are feeding their equine friends a balanced diet. If you would like a customised diet check for your horse, please email us at email@example.com attaching a copy of your receipt of purchase and we will provide you a link to our Nutrition Questionnaire.
We are also available to provide presentations and horse nutrition workshops at riding clubs, pony clubs, store information evenings or at instruction clinics. Please contact us to invite us to an event.
Larissa graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science degree with first class honours. Larissa has a lifetime love of horses and dressage riding, and is passionate about helping people make good decisions regarding horse feeding and welfare.
Sharon has a lifelong love of horses and is currently schooling her clydesdale cross, Buddy, for dressage. She is also enjoying educating a warmblood foal bred from her previous competition mount, a thoroughbred mare called Lady.
Bill spent the major proportion of life living in various European countries such as Austria, Germany, England, Holland with a short time in America riding and studying. He is one of the three founding members of Farmalogic. Bill gains much pleasure watching Equine Vit&Min improve the health and well-being of horses.