Learn about our Team and Culture

We are a team of dedicated professionals, ready to do what ever it takes for your horse to perform at their best.

Ron Stalman

Ron Stalman

Managing Director

Ron has been riding most of his life. He has tried dressage to trail but enjoys working a cow the most. Being in sales and most of his adult life he now enjoys combining both his love for horses and developing and marketing products at the helm at Balanced Eco Solutions. "The best part of my day is getting a call or email that says our treatment program has worked."

Debbie Stalman

Debbie Stalman

CFO

Debbie‘s riding career started in her early 20’s. An avid dressage rider Debbie loves the precision of dressage but enjoys working a few cows on her warmblood Lexi. Her 9-5 is as a budget assistant so Debbie plays a major role in the direction of Balanced Eco Solutions.

Here are just a few of the people that make Balanced Eco Solutions successful. We all have two things in common a love for horses and a drive to develop and support quality equine products that work.

Patrick Haley

Patrick Haley

CEO Carefree Enzymes

CareFree Enzymes is the exclusive manufacturer of enzymes for the agricultural industry since 1995. Our enzyme products are environmentally friendly and 100% safe for all pets, livestock and wildlife.

Carefree Enzymes developed Sarcoid Salve and continues to develop outstanding equine products. Patrick is part of our case review team for difficult or problem cases.

Micky Ballew

Micky Ballew

CEO Equinesilver

Mickey started as an Equine Respiratory Therapist. He soon discovered the value of using silver as part of the treatment. Micky embarked on developing chelated silver for equine respiratory use. He treats horses from Churchill Downs to Dbai.

Micky is also part of our case review committee for both equine sarcoids and respiratory. His chelated silver products have been used to successfully treat Equine Strangles.

Renee Tucker

Renee Tucker

DVM, Chiropratic & Acupuncture

Dr. Renee Tucker received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, She received her Certification for Animal Chiropractic (CAC) in 1998, and Acupuncture in 2000.
Dr. Tucker focused her own private practice specializing exclusively in equine acupuncture and chiropractic work in 2000.
"How things work” has always been a question that Dr. Tucker loved to figure out. Prior to receiving her veterinary degree, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Bioengineering. This unique combination of veterinarian and engineer has enabled her to create a special approach for helping owners with their horses.
Where Does My Horse Hurt? is the book she wrote for horse owners because she was heartsick about all the clients who said, “If only I had known.”
Dr. Tucker saw: “Too many horse owners with lame horses, or behavior problems, or with horses that just can‘t do their job....and no one can find the answers for them! But there is no one to tell them it’s a simple chiropractic fix.”
So she set out to write a “how to” book for horse owners. Where Does My Horse Hurt? is a bestseller from Trafalgar Square Publishers and has helped thousands of horses.
Dr. Tucker spent ten years in the Vancouver, Washington (close to Portland, Oregon) area. If you are from there, you may know her as Dr. Meronek (maiden name).
Dr. Tucker currently resides with her two boys, Luke and Noah, in Los Angeles, CA. She enjoys reading, cartoon movies, and dreaming of owning her own doughnut shop. For more information, please visit her websites at: http://www.wheredoesmyhorsehurt.com and tuckerequine.com

The Office

We do our best thinking on horseback.