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Mollichaff HoofKind Complete Can Help Good Doers Too!

March 28, 2017

Specially formulated for horses and ponies prone to laminitis, Mollichaff HoofKind Complete is also ideal for good doers too, as it’s a complete low energy, low starch, low sugar, high fibre feed in a bag. It contains a balanced blend of oat straw, alfalfa, fibre pellets, soya oil, vitamins, minerals, biotin, trace elements and antioxidants. [...]

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Padraig McCarthy Joins Team HorseHage

March 28, 2017

We are pleased to announce that top Irish event rider, Padraig McCarthy, has joined Team HorseHage as one of our sponsored riders. Married to Team HorseHage event rider, Lucy, (née Wiegersma), it seemed a natural progression for Padraig to come on board too and so now their whole yard of horses will be fed HorseHage [...]

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Maisie Looks Amazing on Mollichaff Condition Complete!

March 1, 2017

Maisie, a seven-year-old Cleveland Bay x Thoroughbred mare looks amazing on Mollichaff Condition Complete! Said her owner, Joanna van den Bos, from North Lincolnshire: “When we acquired Maisie, she had been involved in an accident and had injured her leg. The stress of the injury as well as moving to a new home took its [...]

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Tam Thompson’s Final Blog for Mollichaff – January 2017

February 7, 2017

Amateur rider, Tam Thompson, our first Mollichaff-sponsored rider who won our national competition this time last year, has been providing us with a blog on how she and her horse, Beau, have been getting on in the various disciplines they enjoy along with the ups and downs of the sport. This will be Tam’s last [...]

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Mollichaff Veteran for the Dentally-Challenged!

January 26, 2017

Many equines, particularly as they get older, have loose or missing teeth and cannot chew long stemmed forage such as hay or haylage. If you notice bits of partially chewed forage dropping from your horse’s mouth or scattered on the floor, this is a tell-tale sign that he is struggling to cope. Mollichaff Veteran from [...]

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