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HorseHage ‘Ask The Vet’ Sessions at Your Horse Live!

November 5, 2015

This year at Your Horse Live we have decided to do something a little different. We will be holding two free ‘Ask The Vet’ sessions on Saturday 14th November with equine vet, Simon Woods BVSC, MRCVS. Simon is a partner at Fyrnwy Equine Clinics – a specialist veterinary practice based in Shropshire dedicated to the [...]

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Tempt Your Fussy Feeder with Tasty AppleChaff

October 12, 2015

If you have a horse or pony that is fussy about his food and needs his fibre levels increased to bulk out his concentrate ration, then AppleChaff could offer a solution. Delicious AppleChaff is a high quality chaff made from the finest quality straw which has been chopped and dust extracted, then dressed with a [...]

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Burghley 2015 Blog

September 29, 2015

Here’s our third blog from the show circuit for 2015 written by Kate Perrott from our Equine Sales Team. Kate is based at Fox Feeds Ltd in Hertfordshire – our licensed HorseHage producer for the East of England.  “It hardly seems possible that Burghley 2015 could have come round so quickly. We all look forward [...]

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Spencer’s Latest Blog – September 2015

September 25, 2015

In my last blog I gave you the news that I had been selected to go on a Nations Cup in St Gallen, Switzerland. Unfortunately Disney (Wonder Why) had other ideas and he managed to get his leg caught in his rug strap. Although it did not do any lasting damage and he is fine [...]

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Making the Change from Hay to HorseHage

September 21, 2015

The importance of feeding a high quality forage cannot be stressed enough, for any horse or pony, and the benefits of changing from ordinary hay to a bagged forage such as HorseHage can be many. Forage accounts for the largest part of the horse’s diet, and as well as providing essential nutrients, the digestion of [...]

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