Steph Mapletoft

Stephanie is our head nutritionist with a first-class honours degree in equine science from the University of the West of England. She leads the nutrition team and helps customers on a daily basis with the nutritional issues of their horses. She is also heavily involved in developing our nutritionally sound range. Have a question about your horse’s diet? Call the Pure Feed nutritional team today on 01458 333 333.
Tempt even the fussiest of horses with Pure Meadow Mash

Tempt even the fussiest of horses with Pure Meadow Mash

Tempt fussy horses with Pure Meadow Mash; the combination of 7 different herbs increases palatability- it is sure to tempt even the fussiest of eaters. This combined with the high fibre and low sugar and starch content make it ideal for using as an alternative source...
Tips to help you store your Pure Feed

Tips to help you store your Pure Feed

YOUR FEED MUST BE KEPT DRY AT ALL TIMES.To keep our feeds as natural as possible we do not add any preservatives or mould inhibitors. This means that the feed needs to be stored somewhere dry but well ventilated to avoid condensation or humidity otherwise it can go...
Help your horse stay calm and focused with Pure Easy

Help your horse stay calm and focused with Pure Easy

Ellie Fredericks described her horse Trendy as ‘hot headed’ and found that our Pure Easy helped her to remain much more settled and focused when worked. If this sounds like your horse our Pure Easy could be a great choice. It is one of our lower energy...
Feeding supplements to horses

Feeding supplements to horses

After the webinar that Pure Feed hosted with Dr David Marlin on ‘Do Horses Really Need Supplements?, many of you had questions about feeding supplements to horses. David Marlin has provided answers to some of your questions below. I have heard garlic is toxic, is it...
Encouraging weight gain with Pure Condition Mix

Encouraging weight gain with Pure Condition Mix

If your horse is losing weight you may start to get concerned. In the first instance you should always consult your vet to rule out any underlying health conditions that could be causing the weight loss. You can then look at their diet. Choosing a feed with slow...