I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! When it feels like 106 outside, there’s not much else you can do but play in the water and hose off horses.
All five of our boys got trimmed and new shoes as well as a much needed bath on Saturday.
I shared on Instagram about a wonderful Camelina oil I use for the horses and dogs called Wild Gold.
“Why Camelina? Besides being essential to your horse’s diet, the Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids in Wild Gold Original Camelina Oil have been shown to positively impact cell membrane response to trauma and infection. Recent research in horses has even shown that fatty acids may have the potential to help regulate insulin sensitivity. Wild Gold also contains naturally occurring Vitamin E that not only prevents rancidity of the product but also provides your horse with a potent anti-inflammatory in a form that can be easily digested.”
This is great for:
- joint mobility
- skin health
- normal inflammatory response
You can check out my Wild Gold Highlight on Instagram with more information, how I use it in their feed, as well as before photos and videos. I will follow back up in about 6-8 weeks to share results!
I’m now an affiliate and would it if you would use this link if you decide you’d like to try it!
We had a pretty slow weekend other than that. Zack worked in the hayfield all day Saturday and at the station Sunday. Yesterday the girls and I continued to work on our house, purging closets, and trying to organize some neglected spaces that I’ll share soon. I had to share this cute picture of Scout I took last night after we went to feed horses. She’s been picking out her outfits lately and getting dressed on her own and I have to say, I hope she loves overalls forever.
The dogs are getting a much needed grooming today and I’m sharing some of our favorite Aussie things tomorrow on the blog. Stay tuned! Have a great Monday!