We share our expertise on a range of horse care and management issues. Our articles are particularly focused on nutrition, but this naturally links with other topics which we will cover too. We’ll also share relevant news about Pure Feed here.
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
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
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
The ingredients that we use in our feeds are natural, and therefore the finished product can vary in appearance due to differences in texture and colour. The weather and conditions when the ingredients are grown and harvested can influence the finished product.
Whilst many of us look forward to watching a firework display it can be a different story for our equine friends. Horses and fireworks don’t always mix well and they can be frightened by the smell of burning in the air, the loud bangs and whizzing noises.
Feeding your horse in winter requires some adjustment, so our nutritionists have come through with tips for cold weather feeding.
There has been great interest in other tests for equine gastric ulcers, such as the blood sucrose test (Hewetson et al, 2017). But currently the only 100% reliable way to know if your horse has EGUS is for your vet to undertake a gastroscopy; passing an endoscope into the stomach.
Dr David Marlin explores colic in horses, its issues, how vets treat it and 18 tips for managing horses prone to colic.
With the thermometer rising above 30° for most of England next week, here are our team’s top 10 tips when caring for your horse during hot weather.