Frank O Lewis

O. Lewis – Hank

” I purchased Hank on 12-24-2013 (a 6 year old quarter horse gelding) and he needed some weight gain. I was feeding him free choice hay and 6 pounds of grain everyday with not much change. I went to the Linn Country Horse Expo in Albany, Oregon where I learned about LMF Feeds. I decided that I would try your product and bought 2 bags (LMF Showtime). In about 6 weeks of feeding LMF it has resulted in a remarkable difference in Hank’s physique.” – O. Lewis


Fireman Vermillion

K. & S. Vermillion – Fireman

Big Man OC (aka Fireman) is a 10 year old thorough bred gelding. He was brought home April 6, 2014 because his previous owner could not afford to care for him properly. Trailhead supply in Kalispell, MT. recommended LMF PrimeTime as the best diet for increasing weight and condition safely. As you can see, it lived up to his new owners expectations in just 6 short weeks!

Big Man OC (aka Fireman) and ourselves would like to thank you for such a high quality product! See you on the trails! – K. & S. Vermillion


Sprinkle-Me-Sweet

Elizabeth G. – “Sprinkle Me Sweet”

“I started using LMF Gentle Balance sometime in Mid 2011. I know I picked it because my mare is sensitive to what I like to refer to as…rocket fuel, aka molasses and grain. She wasn’t really in work, as I’ve been living in the UK since 2010, but I wanted her to give her a little something nice that wasn’t going to make her fat or hot. She loved it and it became her favorite part of the day. Her attitude was calm and she was sweet as can be. She definitely had a shiny coat and strong hooves. This is definitely a feed I would, and actually have, recommended to friends.

My name is Elizabeth, and my mare is Sprinkle Me Sweet. I’ve been around horses all of my life, my Aunts used to raise and show Arabians. In 2008 I purchased a very sweet little paint filly, and named her after her temperament. I had been very active with the horses up until 2010 when I moved to the UK, I am now waiting (impatiently) to move back to the States so I can continue to work with and enjoy my equine friends.” – Elizabeth G.


Little-Bit

Equi-Ed Therapeutic Equestrian Program – “Little Bit”

“Little Bit” is an Appaloosa mare who was named equine of the year by PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) International in 2009. She has served her special needs students well for the past 10 years at Equi-Ed, a therapeutic riding program. She is in excellent shape due to the LMF Senior feed she has received every evening for the past 10 years. LMF Senior is the senior feed of choice for all seven of Equi-Ed’s special horses.

A western horse most of her life, at the age of 22 “Little Bit” entered her first dressage show and took first place with a score of 72.4%! Now at the age of 27 she is still more than happy to carry a student during their first canter in the arena or stand quietly as a student is transferred from a wheelchair onto her back. She moves off softly and slowly for those that require a lot of assistance, such as some of our riders that require wheelchair mounts and 2 sidewalkers. She remains stock still as adjustments to stirrups and equipment are made. She is also reliable for our independent walk/trot/canter students who are interested in competition and has traveled to local horse shows and to LA for the CAL-Net Horse Show for riders with disabilities.

“Little Bit” is used for vaulting with our youngest vaulters. Her small stature (14.3 hands) makes her less intimidating to these 4-6 year olds. “Little Bit” also stands quietly and patiently for students working on the ground with her, whether their lesson entails learning to lead, giving her a bath or grooming her. Student, Tara, reminded us that “at Christmas she likes to wear her Santa hat and have her pictures taken with us”. Student Alex says “Little Bit is very friendly to people. She knows when something is wrong and tries to make you feel better. Also she looks in my face. No other horse I know does that. Like she is talking to me.” When not doing busy doing her job, as a therapeutic riding horse, she looks forward to gallops on the trail and running the barrels with her owner.”– Sheila McCarthy, Program Manager, Northern California


Mojave-Kid

Holly Tree Farm – “Mojave Kid”

“My name is Summer Chapman. I am an Arabian horse trainer in SW Washington I have trained/shown Mojave Kid for his owners, Lynn and Arnie Myhra, for 8 years. Although I do not switch feeds very often, I have from time to time strayed from LMF. I’ve been where it is not available or someone has given me a really good pitch about their feed with what seemed liked valid data backing it up. I always come back to the LMF and this time I will never stray again. I was first introduced to LMF 25 years ago.

The stallion, Mojave Kid ++++//, has always been a stunner. But I can honestly say that he always looks his best on the LMF products. In late 2011 we switched him over to LMF Senior. This seemed to be the best option for him based off of his needs at the time. By our 1st show of the season in February in Scottsdale Arizona, he looked the best he every had! Winning Hi-Point Dressage horse. Winning 6 of his 7 classes and placed Reserve Champion in the one he didn’t win. He traveled a great deal that year too, as he always does, and never dropped a pound. As well, he was eating less than half of the amount of grain. So my heart was happy about that and so was my wallet! He finished this year with his most impressive wins yet. 2 National Championships in 2 of our biggest most competitive classes of our US Arabian Sport Horse Nationals. Not to mention his Top Ten’s. And all of his year end USEF Horse of the Year awards that he won for his dressage! We could not be happier!

Jave’s owner and I both exclusively feed LMF products to our more than 25 head. We love it and will hope to always have the opportunity to feed it!!” – Summer Chapman, Arabian Horse Trainer, SW Washington


Roxy-and-Dame

Horses Honor Horse Rescue & Sanctuary – “Roxy” and “Dame”

We specialize in senior horses and feed exclusively LMF Senior feed. The horses love it! All our horses are in good flesh with shiny coats. When we get in a starvation case such as Roxy, 28, we can safely feed ample amounts with no worry of laminitis. Within weeks they look and feel much improved. Our oldest horse is 39, Dame, she was alone for 25 years before coming to the rescue. Thank you LMF Feeds for your great product. Our senior horses are enjoying many more years of good health with your help. — Niña Clark Thompson, President & Founder , Auburn, CA


Orphan-Annie

N. Miller – Orphan Annie

“I rescued my horse (Orphan Annie) last February 2012 off of a Craig’s List ad. I went with a friend for a sheep that was in need of a home and Annie was there also. The previous owners had abandoned the animals for at least 9 months. She was extremely thin and dehydrated and only weighed around 650 lbs. I took her home and started the long process of rehab on a rescue horse, which I had never done before. I happened to be at the local Wilco when the LMF Representative was there. I told him about Orphan Annie and he recommended Primetime G as well as a probiotic for her stomach. After 6 months she looked like a different horse, weighing 850 lbs.

I also had her teeth done and hoofs trimmed every 5 weeks because of so much neglect before I had her. She has 15 acres to graze on and 6 mini horses to keep her company. She has turned out to be a very nice mare and I feel very lucky to have her. I trail rid her about once a week and she loves the attention that she gets on our farm.” – N. Miller, Washington

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