|By Marketwired .||
|July 29, 2014 05:01 PM EDT||
KINCARDINE, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/29/14 -- Bruce Agra Dehy Inc. (The Ontario Forage Processor) and the Ontario Equestrian Federation have formed a strategic alliance to provide long-fiber forage cubes exclusively to OEF members as consistent forage for year round feeding.
The product is supplied to the OEF Members, under the divisional trademarked brand name, MAAAX Equine Feed.
All MAAAX Equine Feed forage is grown in Southwestern Ontario and the long fiber forage cubes are also processed in Ontario. MAAAX Equine Feed products provide consistent quality nutrition all year long. These forage cubes are virtually dust free, contain up to 50% more digestible energy than even the best quality hay and come with a guaranteed analysis of nutrient composition so the horse owner knows what is being fed to the horse.
Bruce Agra Dehy is the only forage processor using the iTrackAgra 'Seed to Stable' concept, a quality assurance process in which every step is inspected and monitored. The new iTrackAgra Seed to Stable concept allows full traceability of the purchased product, all the way back to the field where it was grown.
For more information on MAAAX Equine Feed products, visit www.maaaxequinefeed.com.
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