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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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A Holistic Approach to Supporting Your Horse’s Mobility

A Holistic Approach to Supporting Your Horse’s Mobility

Dr. Stephanie Wood, PhD Equine Nutrition, PgDip, BSc (Hons), RNutr (Animal), R.Anim.Tech, investigates a holistic approach to supporting your horse’s mobility.
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Forage Options for Horses

Forage Options for Horses

Professor Murray and Dr. Daniels explore the different types of forage available, helping you to choose the best option for your horse this winter.
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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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Fuel or Filler? What is the Real Nutrient Content of Grass for Horses?

Fuel or Filler? What is the Real Nutrient Content of Grass for Horses?

As horse managers we are aware that time at grass is important for our equine companions. Dr. Simon Daniels explores what is the real nutrient content of grass for horses.
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Nutrition for Hoof Health

Nutrition for Hoof Health

Abilgail Malone, Feedmark's Nutritionist, investigates what your horse needs from his diet for optimum hoof health.
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Muscle Treats™ and Stretching

Muscle Treats™ and Stretching

Learn all about our new Muscle Treats™, the role of Amino acids in the horse's body and why stretching is so important, for horses and humans!
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Dr. Wood Dissects Condition & Shine™

Dr. Wood Dissects Condition & Shine™

Now the competition season is underway, some horses need additional support to perform at their best.  Dr. Wood explains how Condition & Shine™ could help.
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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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Allergies and Intolerances in Horses

 

Are you concerned that your horse may have an allergy or intolerance?

 

Ellen, our Nutritionist, explains the different signs and symptoms to watch out for and tips on how to assist your horse if you suspect they may have an allergy or intolerance...

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