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Nutrition of the Weanling Foal: From Weaning to Twelve Months

Nutrition of the Weanling Foal: From Weaning to Twelve Months

Feedmark Nutritionist, Abigail Malone, reviews the nutritional requirements of growing foals from weaning to twelve months.
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Managing our Horse’s Grass Intake

Managing our Horse’s Grass Intake

Dr. Stephanie Wood investigates the ways in which you can manage your horse's grass intake...
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Your Horse’s Gut:  Gastrointestinal Structure and Function

Your Horse’s Gut: Gastrointestinal Structure and Function

Your horse’s gut plays such an important role in maintaining health and wellbeing. Professor Jo-Anne Murray, discusses your horse's gastrointestinal structure and function...
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Atypical Myopathy (Sycamore Poisoning): What Is It and How Can I Reduce The Risk

Atypical Myopathy (Sycamore Poisoning): What Is It and How Can I Reduce The Risk

Dr. Stephanie Wood, Director of Science and Nutrition, investigates what Atypical Myopathy is and how you can reduce the risk...
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Strangles Awareness Week 2021 - Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

 

To help raise further awareness and stop the stigma associated with Strangles, Feedmark's Science and Nutrition Department explain what it is and the potential symptoms. Our Senior Nutritionist also gives advice on how to prevent an outbreak and what to do if you think your horse may have this common bacterial disease.

 

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Backing and Training a Young Horse with Elly Darling

Backing and Training a Young Horse with Elly Darling

Feedmark's Dressage rider, Elly Darling, gives an insight into backing young horses and explains how she recently backed her young stallion, Boss...
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Helping Horses to Moult

Helping Horses to Moult

Dr Wood discusses hormone imbalances in equines – discover tips on managing non-shedding winter coats along with optimising health and comfort through nutrition.
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Feeding for Respiratory Function

 

What is Equine Asthma? Dr Wood discusses the new terminology used for respiratory issues and explains how to optimise the function and health of your horse’s respiratory system. Read on to support clear breathing and optimal comfort…

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Nutrition for the Pregnant and Lactating Mare

 

 

With Spring on the way many owners are looking forward to having some new arrivals! It can be a nerve-racking time for those with broodmares, keeping them and the unborn foal happy and healthy. Feeding the broodmare does not have to be complicated, but here are few points that should be considered...

 
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Supporting Horses on Box Rest


 

Some horses will cope with box rest better than others and it is very important to consider the impact this can have on your horse as an individual. Our Nutritionists explain how to keep your horse as comfortable, healthy and calm as possible, despite being restricted to the stable.

 

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