To help honor the values of our founders Mary Ida and Wilbur Young, and to continue the Absorbine® legacy of compassion for horses and animals, in 2017 we’re sending all employees out to volunteer at an animal welfare charity of their choice. Read more about Victor's visit to the Perth Amboy Animal Shelter.
Here at Absorbine®, we strive to only offer products that we know will help horse owners. We’d like to share a heart-warming testimonial for our comfort and conditioning supplement Bute-Less®, we couldn’t be more proud! Absorbine Blog.
We received this wonderful success story about Ranger the mustang from his rescuer Susan Kauffmann. We’re so happy that Bute-Less helped make this special horse’s life a little more comfortable. We’re also happy people like Susan and others have infinite love for horses and grant the needy with new leases on life!
We visited Blue Star Equiculture and met Pamela Rickenbach-Moshimer, the co-founder and executive director of the rescue. With 32 horses on site at any given moment, that’s a big job! She explained the exciting work that goes on at the farm every day, introduced me to the diverse herd, and shared some great insights on how the new rescue horse owner can best care for his or her special animal on the Absorbine Blog.
The response effort to the Black Diamond Forest wildfires in Colorado is tremendous. Fifth generation Absorbine family member Tyler F. Young, Jr., who lives north of the stricken region, headed down to the area Thursday. We can all do our part to help, so here is a 2013 Colorado wildfires ways to help roundup. Pick one that speaks to you and donate today, please!
Can we find A Home For Every Horse? Your local horse rescues are the ones out there making a difference, but just ask them: it’s an expensive, time-consuming venture, and definitely a labor of love. The Home For Every Horse program is here to support horse rescues.
The wildfires raging in Texas have destroyed many homes and farms around the city of Bastrop, TX which has been one of the areas worst affected. Many of the horses and cattle that lived there had to be released as the fire approached. They are being rounded up and cared for by hard working volunteers. Read why horses need help in Texas on the Absorbine Blog.