27 Jul Bandy the Orphan Foal
This is story of Bandy the Orphan Foal that was raised on Total Supplements.
It can happen: a foal can be rejected by its mother, the mother can die, or any other numerous situations can happen where a new foal is in dire straits by not having the nourishment it needs from its mother’s milk. In this kind of circumstance, there’s a lot a horse owner can do to keep the foal healthy and grow strong. For an amazing article on Ophan Foals, please see this link to TheHorse.com. One such story was that of a blonde mare named Bandy the Orphan Foal, who was so named due to her being abandoned.
Bandy is a 2015 filly. Her mother died when she was about two weeks old. She didn’t have any foal milk replacer or goats milk, but she was eating pretty good. So besides her hay, Bandy got a pound of oats and an ounce of Total Equine Supplement every day.
Anyone that has ever raised an orphan colt knows that they get long hair and a pot belly mostly from worms. Bandy has never had a wormer or a shot of any kind in her life. She is now two years old and is healthy because she is getting her Total Supplements every day. Bandy is a great success story! Total Supplements is proud to be a part of helping raise Bandy to a beautiful, mature and healthy mare.