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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...

 

Feedmark’s Science and Nutrition Department

Have you spoken to Feedmark’s Science and Nutrition Department before? We have a fantastic team of Nutritionists who have a great wealth of knowledge and experience to help you optimise your horse’s health, performance and wellbeing…

 

Learn more about our experts here!

Poisonous Plants for Horses

While horses do benefit from consuming a wide range of forage, some plants can have a detrimental effect on your horse’s health and wellbeing.  

Our Nutritionist, Ellie, explains how to recognise common poisonous plants so you can ensure that your horse’s grazing is risk free... 

What Are Supplements and Does My Horse Need One?

Providing a nutritionally balanced diet is the basis to keeping a happy and healthy horse, however some horses may require additional support for number of reasons. There are a large variety of supplements available and choosing suitable products for your horse can seem a little daunting. Our Nutritionist explains exactly what supplements are and how to determine whether your horse may need additional nutritional support…

Supporting Your Horse's Muscles

Our Nutritionist investigates equine muscles, explaining the various types of muscle found within the horse, what they are and how can we support their development. 

 

Discover some top tips for aiding your horse’s muscle health and development through nutritional support…

What Are Feed Balancers and Would They Help Your Horse?

Our Senior Nutritionist investigates equine feed balancers, how they differ from general vitamin and mineral supplements and what types of horses may benefit from them. Whether you have a good doer, competition horse, or a pony on box rest, find out whether a balancer would suit your horse’s diet…

Preparing for Competition with Elly Darling – Feedmark Dressage Rider

The super talented Feedmark rider, Elly Darling of Darling Dressage, gives us a rundown of how she prepares for a show and what a competition with her Grand Prix horse, Fitz, looks like…

 

Discover Elly’s helpful advice and tips for before, during and after a show… they may just help you to success!

How Our Bespoke All-In-One™ is Bespoke... and Effective

At Feedmark, we understand that you want the best for your horse, even when it comes to their diet and nutritional requirements. This is why our Nutritionists designed Bespoke All-In-One™, a custom-made product which caters for your horse’s unique dietary needs and also makes your life easier!

 

Our Nutritionist explains this effective method of supplementation, and why it definitely is... bespoke. 

Understanding Equine Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is a common disease amongst horses, but do you know how to spot it? Our Nutritionist looks into osteoarthritis, explaining how it impacts the horse’s joint, how it is diagnosed and how it may be treated…

Is Your Horse Lacking Energy and Sparkle?

Are you struggling with a sluggish horse?

 

A lack of energy can be due to a number of reasons, so before reaching for extra hard feed, a high energy mix or a magical supplement to give your horse turbo power, it is ideal to consider these factors if your horse is more whoa than go

Equine Hoof Anatomy

We’ve probably all heard the phrase “no hoof, no horse” but perhaps never really thought much of it - did you know that the horse’s hoof contains very complex structures which scientists are still trying to understand today?

 

Our Nutritionist investigates the anatomy of the equine hoof and explains some issues which can occur in our horses’ feet.