David Marlin

A Pure Feed nutritional consultant, David is a world-renowned equine scientist who has published more than 200 papers. Some of the notable studies, projects and events that David has run or been professionally involved with include the Atlanta Olympics 1996; consulting for the British Racing industry on horse welfare; consulting for the FEI on horse welfare; the Beijing Olympics 2008; being a consultant to British Teams 1994-2011; being a member of the BEF World Class Performance Scientific Advisory Group 2006-2011; and being a consultant to WHW on watering advice for horses. David holds the academic position of Professor in Physiology at Oklahoma State University. He is past chair of the International Conference on Equine Exercise Physiology (ICEEP) and editor of scientific journal Comparative Exercise Physiology. He is also the author of Equine Exercise Physiology (Blackwell) and of the Pony Club book All Systems Go! Read David's articles on The Pure Feed blog:
Blowing the myths on horse feed fillers

Blowing the myths on horse feed fillers

As someone who has designed, formulated, manufactured, trialled and sold supplements through my own company and for partner companies, I am intrigued when I see companies making statements to the effect that their products do not include any “fillers” or “bulking...
The benefits of feeding oil to horses

The benefits of feeding oil to horses

In simple terms, oils and fats are compounds high in energy that do not dissolve in water. Oils and fats are the same, except oils describe fats that are liquid at room temperature whilst fats are solid at room temperature. The horse’s normal diet does not naturally...

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Pure Feed Graze is a high fibre, low sugar and starch hay replacer. Perfect for…

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New product!

Pure Feed Graze is a high fibre, low sugar and starch hay replacer. Perfect for…

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