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 dac® Mission Statement

To provide the finest livestock nutritional products at the most economical price we possibly can in order to enhance the performance of our customer’s livestock.

Currently, the Direct Action Company, (a.k.a. dac® Vitamins and Minerals) offers approximately 40 products. By working with biotech firms and research specialists, we are able to offer products that are geared to meet the unique needs of the animal and its owner.

dac® Products on Sale!

dac® Products on Sale

Effective July, 2020


Other Available Products

dac® Bright+ Accent Shampoo and dac® Medicated Shampoo



Citronella SPRAY

Now Available in  32 oz. spray, 1 gallon. spray refill, & 5 gallon concentrate   




  dac® Bright+ Accent Shampoo and dac® Medicated Shampoo



dac® 2-in-1 Shampoo & Conditioner

Contains Pro-Vitamins to nourishe the coat, mane, and tail leaving them, managable and soft.
pH balanced for sensitive skin.

dac® Educational Library


Tidbits from Dr. Tania

Dr Tania Cubitt
Performance Horse Nutrition


Performance Horse Nutrition...

  • Did you know? While all minerals are essential for young growing horses, calcium, phosphorus, copper and zinc are most important for bone growth. Calcium and phosphorus are the two most abundant minerals found in the skeleton. Deficiencies in either of these or incorrect ratios will result in decreased bone density and bone demineralization. Copper is important for bone collagen stabilization. Zinc functions in many enzymes associated with protein and carbohydrate metabolism. Excessive zinc however is known to interfere with calcium absorption and copper utilization – both of which can predispose a young horse to developmental orthopedic disease (DOD).
  • Did you know? Protein is very important for skeletal growth, because it makes up 20% of the bone matrix. Too little protein and protein of poor quality in the diet interferes with proper bone growth and development. Feeding more protein than is required does not predispose young growing horses to developmental orthopedic disease (DOD) 



Feeding when Hay is in Short Supply or Poor Quality: What Supplements Can Help?
September Educational Webinar 2019

Beat the Heat: Electrolytes
July Educational Webinar 2019

Equine Joints
May Educational Webinar 2019

Feeding Growing Horses:
February Educational Webinar 2019

Weight Gain & Coat Condition:
November Educational Webinar 2018

Equine Osteochondrosis and Osteochondritis Dissecans
These common developmental orthopedic conditions can limit your horse's athletic potential.  READ MORE....

June Educational Webinar 2018

May Educational Webinar 2018
April Educational Webinar 2018

Joint Health
Feeding for Joint Health

Young Horse development
This educational article specifically addresses Young Horse Development

The Goal is the Foal
January Educational Webinar 2018

Hoof ailments associated with poor or non-existent nutrition
December Educational Webinar 2017

Weight Gain in the Hard Keeper: Oil & Bloom
October Educational Webinar 2017

Prebiotics & Probiotics for Horses
September, 2017
Tania Cubitt Ph.D. & Stephen Duren Ph.D.

Feed to Reduce Excitability
August, 2017
Stephen Duren Ph.D.

July, 2017
Tania Cubitt Ph.D. &
Stephen Duren Ph.D.

Nutritional Support For The Injured Horse
June, 2017
Tania Cubitt Ph.D.

The Small Things Matter
June, 2017
Tania Cubitt Ph.D.

Feeding for Joint Health
May, 2017
Tania Cubitt Ph.D. & Stephen Duren Ph.D.


dac® Feed Products are
American Owned & Manufactured


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