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Kay Organics is proud to be a sponsor at The Parade of Nations which will honor and welcome the countries and the riders participating in the Longines FEI Nations Cup Jumping event, followed by a Celebration of the Horse presentation of the 30-plus horse breeds showcasing the diversity of the “Horse Capital of the World.” The grand finale will be a visit from the Budweiser Clydesdales and you can see them sweep Ocala's beautiful downtown square. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. Take this opportunity to cheer on world-class athletes and enjoy the equine side of our community with us at Kay Organics, your Feed for Life!
Complete horse feed with probiotics for digestive health.
A high protein, high fat feed for performance horses.
Fully nutritious high protein, low starch horse feed.
Based out of western Pennsylvania, Kay Organics has been working since 2004 to provide the Northeast with quality organic products. We believe that an animal's behavior is reflective of their diet and we work diligently to ensure that our feeds are high quality, balanced and natural to promote healthy, happy animals. Since we are a certified-organic farm, you can rest assured knowing there are no genetically modified grains, no herbicides, no synthetic fertilizers, and no pesticides in our products. All of our feed blends are made hereon our farm each week and enriched with vitamins, minerals, and probiotics specific to each animal's unique needs so that we can guarantee the freshest and most healthy feed for our customers and their animals. Our family-owned and operated farm strives each day to provide products that we can be proud of!
The Organic Difference
There are basically two differences between organic and conventionally grown hay. The first is fertilizer. In organic hay manure is primarily used. In order to be certified organic, no synthetic, chemical fertilizers can be used so manure is what is used to add necessary nutrients to the soil. The manure must come from organically fed animals. The second is pest control. Instead of using harmful chemicals to control unwanted insects, to produce organic hay a combination of biological means of control are used. Beneficial insects, cover crops, crop rotation and birds all help to reduce insect damage to the hay. Two great reasons to Go Organic!