During the recent Pure Feed hosted webinar ‘Do horses really need supplements?’ many of you submitted questions on feeding supplements to horses. David Marlin has provided answers to your questions in our latest blog.
For many of us, when we see our beloved veteran horses start to struggle with chewing hay it can give cause for concern. Hay replacers are an ideal way to provide your horse with an easy to chew source of fibre when they can no longer chew hay.
Feeding your horse in winter requires some adjustment, so our nutritionists have come through with tips for cold weather feeding.
Dr David Marlin explores colic in horses, its issues, how vets treat it and 18 tips for managing horses prone to colic.
Find out all about electrolytes, with our expert equine nutritionist.
Nutrition plays a key role throughout the horse’s life. Ensuring the nutritional requirements of the broodmare are met during late stages of pregnancy and once the foal is born will help to support their growth and development.
Balancers are complete feeds, with a low feeding rate. 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.
In the depths of winter, working horses are more likely to need a helping hand. The team here at Pure Feed have compiled some top winter feeding advice to help you and your horse during these cold months…
As the nights draw in and the thermometer goes into negative figures, some equine winter illnesses and conditions become more prevalent.
We have gathered our nutritionists and equine experts to answer five of your frequently asked questions around feed and supplements.