One of Zoe's Saddlefitting clients recently emailed Zoe with feedback about the changes they had noticed to both their horse's coats, wellness and the simplification of their feed routines. Read on to find out more.
"I have a small herd of four horses of varying ages, sizes, breeds, and metabolic needs. I had all of them on a natural diet, including a natural feed supplement.
Over about six months, when Zoe came to fit saddles, she would always ask what I was feeding and read the supplement labels. She was concerned that my horses weren't getting enough zinc and copper, and although they were shiny, their coats weren't as good as they could be, including a bit frayed at the ends. My riding horse was a little tight in the muscle.
On my last visit with Zoe, she asked that I change nothing in their diets but add her Missy's Bucket Original Powder supplement and take photos of the changes.
Well, what can I say. Zoe was right.
Pictured is my riding horse, a beautiful heritage stock horse who is now, even more, a picture of health with a deep and silky coat.
She is only lightly rugged or naked and always filthy, but her coat is extraordinary. I have also noticed a HUGE change in my aged Cushings mare. She has awakened! Full of energy, she has regained her title as the boss, increased her movement and pace and is generally much brighter. I am quite convinced the correct ratios of copper and zinc have been the change her body needed; in fact, the change that all the horses needed.
I have now changed my riding horse over to the Missy's Bucket GUT-Plus Pellets. She can be sensitive to grass, and I always found her manure to be inconsistent. Since starting on the GUT-Plus, this has changed.
I have now stopped feeding my other supplement, kept the same base diet and changed the three paddock ornaments to Missy's Bucket Original Powder and my riding horse to Missy's Bucket GUT-Plus.
I think the photos speak for themselves. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending this Missy's Bucket range. And thank-you Zoe for not saying 'I told you so.'"