Atypical myopathy is a severe and often fatal muscle disorder that affects grazing animals mainly in the Autumn, but also at other times of the year. In the second of our series about seasonal toxins, we take a look at the symptoms and causes.
As autumn creeps in it is time to be vigilant to the additional plants and trees that pose a threat to your horse. We look at some of the most common and what they could mean for your horse.
Feedmark’s commitment to the Clean Sport initiative was put to the test when Feedmark's Fandango was randomly selected for the FEI Anti-Doping test at Bury Farm Regional Dressage Championships.
In horses, like in humans, most of the research carried out has investigated the effects of injectable hyaluronic acid, however there are some studies looking at the effects of oral hyaluronic acid. As part of our focus on the ingredients in Best-Flex HA® we look at the research carried out on equines.
Human studies have shown that supplementation with Chondroitin sulphate reduces joint pain and improves articular function - so should you be feeding it to your horse? In the latest on our series focusing on the ingredients of Best-Flex HA®, we look at one of the primary ingredients of this supplement.
Glucosamine is a small, water-soluble molecule that is a vital component of cartilage and occurs naturally in the synovial fluid around joints and in bones. In the second of our articles focussing on the ingredients in Best-Flex HA®, we look at the part that this important ingredient plays in the world's best equine joint supplement.
The active components in Boswellia have been shown to reduce inflammation and help with conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, asthma and inflammatory bowel disease. We use Boswellia in our Best-Flex HA® and it has supported thousands of horses and ponies over the years. In this week-long special series celebrating Best-Flex HA®s 1000 5-star reviews on Feefo we take a deep dive into the ingredients that make up this well-regarded supplement.
When thinking of the digestive system many people start at the stomach but of course the digestive system starts with the mouth. We take a look at equine dental health including tooth types and potential problems.