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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...

 

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.

Anatomy of the Equine Circulatory System

The circulatory system is extremely complex and works alongside most of the other systems in the horse’s body. Our Nutritionist breaks the circulatory system down into its main components and explains what you can do to support your horse’s cardiovascular health…

Prebiotics and Probiotics, Why Are They Important?

The horse is known as a hindgut fermenter, this means that they break down a large amount of fibre in the large intestine. Our Nutritionist investigates prebiotics and probiotics, explaining what they are and why they are important in the equine digestive system.

The Equine Respiratory Tract

The equine respiratory tract is a delicate system that can be aggravated by even the slightest of changes. Our Nutritionist investigates the anatomy of the equine respiratory tract and explains how best to support it.

How Feedmark are Supporting the Environment...

Our planet is an incredible place, and here at Feedmark we want to protect it as much as possible. We explain some of the ways that we are helping to improve sustainability, protect the Earth and support the environment. 

Protect Your Horse Against Flies and Insects

As summer temperatures are inevitably increasing, flies and other insects are an irritant that comes with this, potentially impacting your horse’s comfort and welfare. Here are some methods to repel flies and deter them from being a nuisance so that you and your horse can revel in the lovely weather of summer…

4 Pole Work Exercises for Your Horse

Pole work is a fantastic way of improving your horse’s suppleness and balance whilst helping to maintain fitness and mental stimulation. Performing groundwork exercises can also be very beneficial to develop the bond and trust between horse and handler - we have four simple yet effective exercises for you to try with your horse!

The Structure of Your Horse’s Skin

What makes up the structure of your horse’s skin? Our Nutritionist looks into this and reveals what you can do to help optimise equine skin health whilst encouraging a glossy shine to their coat!

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