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Dr Stephanie Wood BSc (Hons) RNutr R.Anim.Tech is Director of Science and Nutrition at Feedmark. She is supported by Senior Nutritionist, Abigail Malone BSc. We also have a further three Nutritionists to advise our customers and ensure the optimum health of their horses. The team are available seven days a week to help with your horse's diet. You can tap the chat button below, call freephone 0800 585525, email [email protected], read our FAQs and try searching our knowledge base...


Feeding Boswellia to Horses



What is Boswellia and should you be feeding it to your horse?  


Our Nutritionist, Ellen, investigates Boswellia serrata, where it is sourced, how it works and the benefits of feeding it to equines and canines...  

Dietary Changes in Horses

As your horse’s routine changes with the seasons, are you making adjustments to their diet? 


Our Nutritionist warns of important steps to take to ensure your horse’s safety, and gives an easy guide on how to introduce new feeds gradually.  

Equine Pasture Management for Winter


The winter months are creeping in on us! Not only is it time to prepare ourselves for the drop in temperatures, the frequent rain, and the endless supply of mud, but we must also prepare our turnout areas before the harsh weather is upon us... 


Our Nutritionist, Ellen, shares some top tips on getting your horse’s turnout pasture fit and ready for the colder period.  

What Are Fillers and Are They Necessary?

When it comes to finding the best supplement for your horse
 it is vital to look at the ingredients the product containsFor many products fillers are beneficial for several reasons, but for others the use of a filler may not be necessary. Our Senior Nutritionist, Abbie, discusses fillers and why they may be needed within supplements...

Managing an Overweight Horse


Maintaining an ideal weight can be very difficult for certain horses and poniesparticularly when fresh flushes of grass are appearing in paddocks. 

Here are 9 helpful tips for managing overweight horses, promoting weight loss and optimising the diet to provide essential nutrients without excess calories.  

Comparing Joint Supplements for your Horse


Our Nutritionist looks deeper into the various joint supporting supplements we have available, explaining the differences between them and why they may help your horse’s comfort and mobility. Read on to discover which supplement is best suited to your horse... 

Nutrient Deficiencies in Horses


This week, we look at nutrient deficiencies, how they are prevented and whether your horse is likely to be at risk... Discover more and find out how to ensure your horse is receiving adequate nutrition for optimal health.  

Barefoot or Shod?

Should horses be barefoot or shod? Our Nutritionist discusses important factors to consider when deciding whether to shoe or not to shoe your horse. Plus, discover some vital top tips in improving your horse’s hoof condition through nutrition.  

Keeping Your Horse Comfortable in a Heatwave

How does your horse cope in the heat? Our Senior Nutritionist, Abbie, gives some expert tips on keeping your horse cool and comfortable in hot weather. 

She also has some helpful advice on creating refreshing treats for your horse and explains how to spot signs of heatstroke along with a plan of action if your horse were to experience it... 

Electrolytes for Horses

Electrolytes are minerals which play an important role within the horse’s body – they are involved in almost all bodily functions including muscle contraction, digestion, neurological functions, and fluid regulation.


Our Senior Nutritionist, Ellie, discusses electrolytes and explains how you can provide these for your horse.