Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome (EGUS) is now diagnosed as often as colic and arthritis. In fact 50-90% of adult horses have ulcers currently. However, the mechanism whereby ulcers occur is often misunderstood and prevention is tricky. In todays blog, we will be providing an overview of squamous ulcers, looking at common causes, the clinical signs […]
Laminitis is a devastating and all too common condition that affects horses worldwide. It is a complex and painful disorder that involves the inflammation and breakdown of the sensitive laminae within the hoof. It’s not only causes excruciating discomfort but can also lead to permanent damage and even life-threatening complications if left untreated. In this […]
You may have heard people on the yard talk about feeding a hay replacer and wondered what exactly that is. In today’s blog post we’re going to talk all about hay replacers and their benefits (they’re not just for veterans!) as well as the long awaited return of Pure Meadow Mash! What is a hay […]
Over the last month, we have experienced increasingly high temperatures. As a result, the ground surface has become progressively hard. Unfortunately, this increases the risk of injury by putting greater strain on your horse’s legs and joints. In this blog, we will talk about how the hard ground affects your horse and what preventative measures […]
Find out all about electrolytes, with our expert equine nutritionist.