Nutritional Blue Green Algae for Horses & Equine AFA

     There was a time when nutrient rich grasses were a staple throughout the earth and horses thrived because of it. Today, nothing could be farther from the truth. Depleted soil conditions are the norm, and commercially produced hays are rich in anything but nutrients. Nutrient deficiencies have become your horse’ s worst enemy. There is help, and it comes from a time when there were no grasses. It is the simplest of all forms of life. (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (blue-green algae)) Wild Grown Klamath Lake "E3Live™FOR HORSES". 

     E3 Live™FOR HORSES is an aquatic plant, that organically grows wild in Klamath Lake, in the state of Oregon, and is harvested for its nutritional benefits. Our horses do not get these important nutritional benefits, nutrients balanced by nature, from the feeds we give them, or the forging they do on their own. E3 Live™FOR HORSES can provide what they are missing.

     The benefits of Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, are directly related to the care and attention given to sourcing and harvesting the product. Our quality care begins with the selection of the freshest AFA "blooms", from pristine Eagle Ridge.

     Unless you know the source of your AFA, there is no guarantee of quality. E3 Live™FOR HORSES is harvested by the most competent harvesting team, and staff of engineers in our industry.This product is Hydro Dried to a light flake a process which safeguards AFA’s nutrients, presented in a form that, when a small amount of water is added, will stick to hay or pellets and most horse feeds.  A teaspoon serving, twice / day, is a recommended minimum feeding that is quite affordable when you consider it is 97% absorbed, unlike formulations that pass through much of the nutrients. 

Crystalloid Electrolyte Sea Minerals


Crystalloid Electrolyte Sea Minerals are added to E3 AFA™FOR HORSES to help in the absorption and digestion. The combination will allow your horse to assimilate the rich nutrients available in Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (Klamath Lake Blue-Green Algae), one of its most pure forms.