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Made in the USA

Horse Products Made in the USA

Corro offers a curated selection of high-quality American equine products manufactured right here in the USA. The best equestrian brands in the United States produce premium horse supplies backed by excellent quality control. The next time you shop for your horse, consider supporting a domestic brand by adding an American-made product to your shopping cart.

Frequently Asked Questions About American Equine Manufacturers

What is the name of the company that manufactures most of the horse products in the United States?

Many horse products available in the USA come from companies that manufacture their products in the United States. Popular American companies include Professional's Choice, Absorbine, and Uckele.

Who makes horse products in the US?

Several equine companies produce high-quality products in the USA. American equine brands include EquiFit, Tory Leather, 5/A baker, Fortex Industries, Weaver Leather, Professional's Choice, Uncle Jimmy's, Shapley's, Absorbine, Banixx, Knotty Horse, Mrs. Pastures, Redmond Equine, Sore No More, E3, Enjoy Yums, Equus Magnificus, German Horse Muffins, and Uckele.

Is there a list of horse products made in the USA?

Nearly every type of equestrian product can be made in the USA. These American made equine products include bridles, western saddle pads, cinches, dressage horse tack, halters, eventing equipment, breastplates, girths, browbands, nosebands, stirrups, bell boots, breast collars, headstalls, hoof care supplies, leg wraps, martingales, grooming sprays, stable supplies, joint supplements, leg protection, liniments, totes, trail riding supplies, show ring items, and more.

What is the most popular horse product made in the US?

The most popular horse products made in the USA available at Corro include Mrs. Pastures Cookies for Horses, German Horse Muffins, Horsemen's Pride Mega Ball Cover, Weaver Leather Slow Feed Hay Bale Net, Horse Grooming Solutions Super Bands, Redmond Rock on a Rope, and Shapley's Original M-T-G.