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Tam’s Blog – June 10th

Posted by on June 10, 2016 at 12:00 pm

Now spring is well underway, we’ve been stepping up our activities.  Beau is doing fine but I’m worn out! He’s looking great on Mollichaff Hoofkind Complete, which he seems to really enjoy, as does Simon’s horse, Parker.  Beau squeals like a little piggy at feeding time so I know he’s enjoying it!  We changed from [...]

Tam’s Blog May 2016

Posted by on May 19, 2016 at 11:40 am

Here’s the latest blog from our Mollichaff-sponsored amateur rider, Tam Thompson: March’s weather proved challenging for us in the wilds of Northants.  The mud was becoming unbearable, but perhaps more so the cattle shed muckings out in the nearby farmyard.  So we moved both horses to our dear friend and neighbour’s yard down the road.  [...]

Mollichaff Complete Feed Range Relaunched

Posted by on May 10, 2016 at 5:29 pm

We have relaunched our Mollichaff range of three complete feeds with brand new, full colour packaging and a new size of 15kg for all three varieties. The Mollichaff Complete range offers three fibre-based, complete feeds for specific conditions: Mollichaff HoofKind Complete for horses and ponies prone to laminitis; Mollichaff Calmer Complete for nervous or excitable [...]

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

Posted by on November 5, 2015 at 4:10 pm

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 [...]

Tempt Your Fussy Feeder with Tasty AppleChaff

Posted by on October 12, 2015 at 4:58 pm

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 [...]