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.
What is a balancer and why are they important?

What is a balancer and why are they important?

Balancers are complete feeds. They aim to provide your horse with a concentrated ration of protein, vitamins and minerals. Due to their low intake it makes them a great option for horses and ponies that are good doers. Typically, they come in pelleted form and only...
Help maintain weight and tempt fussy eaters with Pure Condition Pellets

Help maintain weight and tempt fussy eaters with Pure Condition Pellets

Some horses naturally maintain their weight well, whilst others can be poor doers. Keeping weight on a poor doer can be challenging enough in itself, but what about if they are fussy eaters too? If your horse has unexplained poor condition it is advisable to consult...
Pure Stud: a great start to life

Pure Stud: a great start to life

We thought we would share some pictures from our customers, of their beautiful foals that have arrived. You can also find out about our Pure Stud feed for foals.     Lizzie Blamire “I’d like to mention how well the mare and Matchem are, and how well The Pure Feed...
Pure Performance- providing power and energy

Pure Performance- providing power and energy

For some competition horses a more instant source of energy is required for them to be able to perform at their peak. For this we have our Pure Performance feed, providing optimum power and energy. It contains oats for an instant source of energy and fibre and oil to...
Feeding the broodmare in late stages of pregnancy and her foal

Feeding the broodmare in late stages of pregnancy and her foal

During the first 8 months of pregnancy in the maiden or broodmare (without foal at foot), the nutritional requirements do not vary a great deal in comparison to those normal maintenance levels. Little or no additional nutrition is required.   Late stages of...