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.
Pure Veteran Pellets: an easy to chew option for older horses

Pure Veteran Pellets: an easy to chew option for older horses

Older horses can have missing or worn teeth. If your older horse is starting to struggle when eating their feed consider using a soaked feed like our Pure Veteran Pellets. Simply soak with water prior to feeding to form a soft, easy to chew mash. Find out how 26 year...
Pure Feed Graze gets a new name: Pure Meadow Mash

Pure Feed Graze gets a new name: Pure Meadow Mash

Pure Feed Graze gets a new name: Pure Meadow Mash. In the course of the last few months, we have received a great deal of encouraging and positive feedback about our new feed, some of it suggesting that the name should better reflect the uses and qualities of the...
Feeding your broodmare Pure Stud

Feeding your broodmare Pure Stud

Breeding your first foal is an exciting time! Providing correct nutrition can help with the whole breeding process, from conception through to birth of a healthy foal, and then during the lactation period. Find out how feeding your broodmare Pure Stud can help meet...
Do horses really need supplements? | Webinar with Dr David Marlin

Do horses really need supplements? | Webinar with Dr David Marlin

The Pure Feed Company presents an evening with Dr David Marlin Do horses really need supplements? And if so, how, why & when to use them This live webinar has already taken place, if you missed out please catch up by watching the webinar video below. We’ll...
Ensuring your horse is a healthy weight this winter

Ensuring your horse is a healthy weight this winter

Ensuring your horse is a healthy weight this winter Keeping your horse at a healthy weight is important as being both underweight or overweight can have associated health risks. Why not take a look at your horse this evening and assess their body condition score? If...