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Barn Bag®

Barn Bag® is a low starch concentrated nutrient source designed to balance hay and pasture diets, prevent over supplementation and eliminate the feeding of compounded feeds.

Romulus

Romulus is a 15 year old warm blood (KWPN) and been in Klaras possession for the past 7 years.

The large dark brown dressage horse enjoys hacking in the countryside.

This all changed on New Year´s Eve when Romulus suffered from a severe attack of colic. It was not possible to treat him at the stables and he was immediately transferred to the veterinary clinic for the life saving operation. Fortunately the operation was a success and he was promptly discharged from the clinic. However the illness and the operation left its mark. He was thin and emaciated with a poor and shabby coat.

Life Data Labs recommended to Klara to feed their product “Barn Bag” and gave additional nutritional feeding advice for Romulus during his convalescence. This supplement in pellet form contains all of the essential nutrients to aid recovery and promote the healing process of scar tissue. Klara started feeding Romulus with the new supplement in January a daily amount of 150gm. This was combined with ad-lib hay. He was confined to the stable for 6 long weeks and not permitted any oats or cereals. Due to the feeding of “Barn Bag”, Romulus received all the vitamins, minerals, amino acids and fatty acids necessary for his speedy recovery. After approximately 6 – 7 weeks Romulus was able to begin gentle training again. His operation scar had healed perfectly.

After only 3 months of feeding “Barn Bag” he has made a full recovery; his coat is shiny and he has vitality again. Above all he is able to continue work as normal and can enjoy a gallop on his favourite pastures.

Romulus is a 15 year old warm blood (KWPN) and been in Klaras possession for the past 7 years.

 

The large dark brown dressage horse enjoys hacking in the countryside.

 

This all changed on New Year´s Eve when Romulus suffered from a severe attack of colic. It was not possible to treat him at the stables and he was immediately transferred to the veterinary clinic for the life saving operation. Fortunately the operation was a success and he was promptly discharged from the clinic. However the illness and the operation left its mark. He was thin and emaciated with a poor and shabby coat.

 

Life Data Labs recommended to Klara to feed their product “Barn Bag” and gave additional nutritional feeding advice for Romulus during his convalescence. This supplement in pellet form contains all of the essential nutrients to aid recovery and promote the healing process of scar tissue. Klara started feeding Romulus with the new supplement in January a daily amount of 150gm. This was combined with ad-lib hay. He was confined to the stable for 6 long weeks and not permitted any oats or cereals. Due to the feeding of “Barn Bag”, Romulus received all the vitamins, minerals, amino acids and fatty acids necessary for his speedy recovery. After approximately 6 – 7 weeks Romulus was able to begin gentle training again. His operation scar had healed perfectly.

 

After only 3 months of feeding “Barn Bag” he has made a full recovery; his coat is shiny and he has vitality again. Above all he is able to continue work as normal and can enjoy a gallop on his favourite pastures.

 

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Micky

Micky

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micky

 

This is Micky. Micky is a Shetland pony, whose exact age and origin is unfortunately completely unknown. We saw him for the first time in a local riding school in 1995. At that time he was already missing the tip of both ears and had white patches on his front legs. Somehow he already looked old at the time. Micky had already arrived at the riding school in that condition and was used there as a reliable teaching pony and for children’s rides until 2005. He shared a fairly large box with a riding pony and was occasionally brought out onto the pasture in the mornings to graze. When the riding school was then converted into private stables in 2005, it was decided to sell the school’s horses. As Micky hardly had any chance of finding a new home because of his already advanced age and his optical defects, we resolved to take him over. An acquaintance in a neighbouring village offered to accommodate him in her stables where she already had six mares, three ponies and three miniature horses.

The move took place during the winter so that we were able to accustom him gradually to grazing. After some settling-in time, Micky appeared to feel quite at home in his role as the proverbial “cock in the nest of hens“. He spent the summer out on the pasture and the winter on large paddocks. Presumably for the first time in his life, he was introduced to a veterinary that vaccinated him, corrected his crooked hoofs and filed down his teeth since we had noticed that, although he ate the hay, he frequently spat out small, unchewed chunks. In view of his teeth and his general stature, his age was estimated at about 35 years.

After the above-mentioned dental treatment, Micky became thinner and thinner. As he shared the large box as a type of pen with two other ponies, it was very difficult to monitor exactly how much he was actually eating. We began to feed him separately and unfortunately realised that he was no longer able to eat the hay, in fact he did not even touch it. We arranged for a specialist for horse’s teeth to come who discovered that two were so badly inflamed that they could be extracted merely by pulling them out with the fingers. In addition, the remainder of his teeth was so deformed that he was no longer able to chew the hay.

Following this, we began to change his diet over to hay cobs and muesli. He ate with a great appetite, and just ate and ate. Unfortunately he did not put on any weight. Veterinary examinations; for example blood tests for the Equine Cushing Syndrome showed negative results. Furthermore, the following summer an abscessing dermatitis affected the whole crest of his mane. In the course of time, we tried all kinds o supplements, many types of muesli, mash, sugar beet etc. The rations of mash that Micky ate would have fed a coldblooded working horse, but they had no effect on him. He simply did not gain weight. In the winter his condition deteriorated due to the lack of the rich grass that he otherwise painstakingly grazed in the pasture. Slowly we were running out of solutions.

Micky After Barn Bag

Finally, we were recommended the product “Barn Bag” by a friend. This is a feed supplement that also particularly helps older and weakened horses to absorb their feed intake better. We distributed all our stocks of muesli among our other horses, and from then on Micky’s menu consisted only of Aspero(dust-free chopped hay), lucern, oat bran and Barn Bag. Micky pounced on it and ate it all up without any problem. After two weeks we already got the impression that he had put on weight. However, not only did his tummy become rounder, the whole pony somehow seemed more lively, fitter and healthier. In the meantime his change of coat is functioning very well, even the dermatitis has disappeared without trace. After five years of worry, we have at last found a feed supplement in Barn Bag that is having a visible effect without simply fattening the horse up. Really Micky owes his life to Barn Bag! In the meantime he is so fit that the paddock fence can hardly restrain him, but we are glad to put up with that!!!

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micky

 

 

 

This is Micky. Micky is a Shetland pony, whose exact age and origin is unfortunately completely unknown. We saw him for the first time in a local riding school in 1995. At that time he was already missing the tip of both ears and had white patches on his front legs. Somehow he already looked old at the time. Micky had already arrived at the riding school in that condition and was used there as a reliable teaching pony and for children’s rides until 2005. He shared a fairly large box with a riding pony and was occasionally brought out onto the pasture in the mornings to graze. When the riding school was then converted into private stables in 2005, it was decided to sell the school’s horses. As Micky hardly had any chance of finding a new home because of his already advanced age and his optical defects, we resolved to take him over. An acquaintance in a neighbouring village offered to accommodate him in her stables where she already had six mares, three ponies and three miniature horses.

The move took place during the winter so that we were able to accustom him gradually to grazing. After some settling-in time, Micky appeared to feel quite at home in his role as the proverbial “cock in the nest of hens“. He spent the summer out on the pasture and the winter on large paddocks. Presumably for the first time in his life, he was introduced to a veterinary that vaccinated him, corrected his crooked hoofs and filed down his teeth since we had noticed that, although he ate the hay, he frequently spat out small, unchewed chunks. In view of his teeth and his general stature, his age was estimated at about 35 years.

After the above-mentioned dental treatment, Micky became thinner and thinner. As he shared the large box as a type of pen with two other ponies, it was very difficult to monitor exactly how much he was actually eating. We began to feed him separately and unfortunately realised that he was no longer able to eat the hay, in fact he did not even touch it. We arranged for a specialist for horse’s teeth to come who discovered that two were so badly inflamed that they could be extracted merely by pulling them out with the fingers. In addition, the remainder of his teeth was so deformed that he was no longer able to chew the hay.

Following this, we began to change his diet over to hay cobs and muesli. He ate with a great appetite, and just ate and ate. Unfortunately he did not put on any weight. Veterinary examinations; for example blood tests for the Equine Cushing Syndrome showed negative results. Furthermore, the following summer an abscessing dermatitis affected the whole crest of his mane. In the course of time, we tried all kinds o supplements, many types of muesli, mash, sugar beet etc. The rations of mash that Micky ate would have fed a coldblooded working horse, but they had no effect on him. He simply did not gain weight. In the winter his condition deteriorated due to the lack of the rich grass that he otherwise painstakingly grazed in the pasture. Slowly we were running out of solutions.

Micky After Barn Bag

Finally, we were recommended the product “Barn Bag” by a friend. This is a feed supplement that also particularly helps older and weakened horses to absorb their feed intake better. We distributed all our stocks of muesli among our other horses, and from then on Micky’s menu consisted only of Aspero(dust-free chopped hay), lucern, oat bran and Barn Bag. Micky pounced on it and ate it all up without any problem. After two weeks we already got the impression that he had put on weight. However, not only did his tummy become rounder, the whole pony somehow seemed more lively, fitter and healthier. In the meantime his change of coat is functioning very well, even the dermatitis has disappeared without trace. After five years of worry, we have at last found a feed supplement in Barn Bag that is having a visible effect without simply fattening the horse up. Really Micky owes his life to Barn Bag! In the meantime he is so fit that the paddock fence can hardly restrain him, but we are glad to put up with that!!! 

 

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Fiona Schönfeld and Sandra

Fiona Schönfeld and Sandra

sandra

sandra

 

As from the 20th July 2012 we became the proud owners of three Shetland ponies: the twenty-year-olds, Sandra and Willy and the ten-year-old Sünje. Sünje would have been slaughtered had we not taken her in. She is really beautiful and very gentle, but is suffering from laminitis. Sandra came to us unexpectedly with summer eczema. Several swollen bite marks could be felt on her croup and she had rubbed off parts of her tail. The roots of her mane were scratched off and small wounds were evident. It was clear from the beginning that the ponies would have to be kept in the stables overnight to avoid Sandra’s condition deteriorating. I was advised by a friend of a colleague, Karen Zetsche to feed the ponies, the Barn Bag from Life Data Labs. One week later we began with this product. After a short introductory phase the ponies received their recommended daily dosage of Barn Bag.


The progress of the two sick “ladies” is unbelievable! The product proved to be very palatable and the ponies love it. The pellets even smell absolutely delicious! – Amazingly after about a week the bites were hardly visible. However, she still continued to rub herself during the daytime, but this soon stopped. It was only necessary to treat the wounds on two occasions with Life Data Hoof Dressing as a disinfectant; thereafter it was no longer essential. Upon the advice of Mrs. Zetsche I also rubbed The Right Step on the non-infected parts of her body to deter the black flies. From the beginningalt of feeding regime and the treatment, Sandra has not suffered from any more bite marks or lesions. There are no more traces of eczema on Sandra despite the fact that the paddocks are sheltered from the wind with numerous shady trees and within the close proximity to a stream and the Kiel Canal; ideal conditions for these insects. Most certainly putting them into the stables before dusk helped to avoid a recurrence of the eczema, but the speedy healing is really incredible. After feeding only two pails of Barn Bag between two-and-a-half ponies, Sandra is fit and healthy again.

 

Ms Fiona Schönfeld

sandra

sandra

 

As from the 20th July 2012 we became the proud owners of three Shetland ponies: the twenty-year-olds, Sandra and Willy and the ten-year-old Sünje. Sünje would have been slaughtered had we not taken her in. She is really beautiful and very gentle, but is suffering from laminitis. Sandra came to us unexpectedly with summer eczema. Several swollen bite marks could be felt on her croup and she had rubbed off parts of her tail. The roots of her mane were scratched off and small wounds were evident. It was clear from the beginning that the ponies would have to be kept in the stables overnight to avoid Sandra’s condition deteriorating. I was advised by a friend of a colleague, Karen Zetsche to feed the ponies, the Barn Bag from Life Data Labs. One week later we began with this product. After a short introductory phase the ponies received their recommended daily dosage of Barn Bag.


The progress of the two sick “ladies” is unbelievable! The product proved to be very palatable and the ponies love it. The pellets even smell absolutely delicious! – Amazingly after about a week the bites were hardly visible. However, she still continued to rub herself during the daytime, but this soon stopped. It was only necessary to treat the wounds on two occasions with Life Data Hoof Dressing as a disinfectant; thereafter it was no longer essential. Upon the advice of Mrs. Zetsche I also rubbed The Right Step on the non-infected parts of her body to deter the black flies. From the beginningalt of feeding regime and the treatment, Sandra has not suffered from any more bite marks or lesions. There are no more traces of eczema on Sandra despite the fact that the paddocks are sheltered from the wind with numerous shady trees and within the close proximity to a stream and the Kiel Canal; ideal conditions for these insects. Most certainly putting them into the stables before dusk helped to avoid a recurrence of the eczema, but the speedy healing is really incredible. After feeding only two pails of Barn Bag between two-and-a-half ponies, Sandra is fit and healthy again.

 

Ms Fiona Schönfeld

 

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Seray and Nadine E. - Horse Owner

Seray and Nadine E. - Horse Owner

Seray and Nadine E

 

 

 

Dear Ms Zetsche (Life Data Labs, Inc. EU Sales Representative) and Dr.Schäfer (attending veterinarian),

 

I would like to thank you for your recommendation of the “Barn Bag”. My 31 year old mare, Seray, was very sick last year during the winter months. She often had laminitus and the medication she received to cure this lead to several attacks of colic. She became extremely thin and weak. A blood analysis indicated liver damage. Several efforts were made to try to improve her health, but without success. Finally, we introduced the “Barn Bag”. Within 4 weeks of feeding “Barn Bag” her condition improved and the results were evident; her coat shone and she gained weight. She was like a young horse again. After 8 weeks of feeding the blood analysis had very much improved. She is now thriving and enjoys her life again. In addition to feeding her the “Barn Bag” we also give her rolled oats, lots of hay and straw.

 

I can highly recommend this product to everyone who has an old or very sick horse or pony and who hopes to improve and prolong their horse´s health.

 

Thank you.

 

Seray and Nadine E. Germany

Seray and Nadine E

 

 

 

Dear Ms Zetsche (Life Data Labs, Inc. EU Sales Representative) and Dr.Schäfer (attending veterinarian),

 

I would like to thank you for your recommendation of the “Barn Bag”. My 31 year old mare, Seray, was very sick last year during the winter months. She often had laminitus and the medication she received to cure this lead to several attacks of colic. She became extremely thin and weak. A blood analysis indicated liver damage. Several efforts were made to try to improve her health, but without success. Finally, we introduced the “Barn Bag”. Within 4 weeks of feeding “Barn Bag” her condition improved and the results were evident; her coat shone and she gained weight. She was like a young horse again. After 8 weeks of feeding the blood analysis had very much improved. She is now thriving and enjoys her life again. In addition to feeding her the “Barn Bag” we also give her rolled oats, lots of hay and straw.

 

I can highly recommend this product to everyone who has an old or very sick horse or pony and who hopes to improve and prolong their horse´s health.

 

Thank you.

 

Seray and Nadine E. Germany

 

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