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...
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...
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...
Ease the attitude with Pure Easy

Ease the attitude with Pure Easy

Some horses naturally have more energy than others. However, for those with a fizzy or excitable temperament, finding a feed that provides the right amount of energy without making them too sharp can be a challenge. Finding the perfect feed can be further complicated...
What to feed your ‘good doer’?

What to feed your ‘good doer’?

What is a good doer? People refer to their horse as a good doer if they maintain their condition well and have a tendency to put on weight easily. This can often be a problem in the summer months when there is plenty of grass around, leading to unwanted weight gain....
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...