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We love talking horses and our nutritional advisors are available to offer advice on your horse’s diet. If you are unsure of the nutritional support your horse requires or have any questions about any of our products, please contact us for impartial, professional advice

To our knowledge, Feedmark are the only professional equine nutrition company to be able to trial products on a controlled long term basis and monitor results. We have over 35 horses of different breeds and ages kept at our own facilities under the care of our Equine Director Mrs. Rebecca Townsend BSc. (Hons) MCSP. and her team.

There isn't much we haven't seen and we are happy to help...

Have you got a 'moody mare'?

If you’re involved with horses, it is likely you have heard the term ‘moody mare’. Our Nutritionist discusses why your mare may be behaving badly, and some important factors to consider.

We are proudly sponsoring Badminton Horse Trials again this year

Since 1949 Badminton Horse Trials has been going strong, now in its 70th years the event has been hailed as one of the most prestigous events in the world.

Feedmark are again sponsoring Badminton Horse Trials for 2019 and you will find us in The Shopping Village, Worecester Way on stand 118. 

Laminitis and EMS - how can you help your horse?

Does your horse have Laminititis or Equine Metabolic Syndrome (EMS)? Our Nutritionist explains these debilitating conditions and how you can manage your horse to reduce the risk...

40 Years of Excellence in Equine Nutrition

This year is Feedmark's 40th birthday. As we celebrate four decades of equine knowledge and nutritional expertise, we invite you to discover the true story of Feedmark, and how we became the leading horse supplement producer that you know and love today. 

Bringing a horse back into work

With the arrival of spring comes the time of year when many riders will be bringing their horse's back into work... Our Nutritionist discusses the steps involved when bringing horses back up to full fitness and the important things to remember. Whether your horse has been off work due to injury or just turned away for a relaxing winter, here's all you need to know before you begin the fittening process. 

Protecting your horse's joints - your questions answered...

Feedmark Nutritionist, Lauren Harrold BSc, answers your questions about joint protection and how you can reduce the risk of injury to your horse's joints...

What is Sweet Itch?

Our Nutritionist discusses sweet itch (equine insect bite hypersensitivity) and tips to protect your horse from this debilitating skin sensitivity. 

Gastric and Colonic Ulcers

The prevalence of both gastric and colonic ulcers in horses in the UK is alarmingly high, with approximately 1 in 3 horses diagnosed with them at some point in their life time (and potentially many more that go undiagnosed). Out Nutritionist explains how ulcers are caused and how you can help your horse to avoid them...

How to support your horse’s joints and muscles?

Our Nutritionist explains the important joint health ingredients that your horse may require to maintain a healthy musculoskeletal system, and how these nutrients work to optimise your horse's mobility.  

How can a supplement help my horse’s breathing?

Formerly known as heaves, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or inflammatory air disease (IAD), Equine asthma is essentially an oedema of respiratory mucosa and excessive mucus production obstructing the airways, following exposure to dust, mould or pollen particles in the air. Our Nutritionist, Lauren Harrold, discusses the treatments available for this respiratory issue, and how you can help your horse to cope with symptoms.