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HorseHage – Official Forage Supplier to Equestrian Team GBR

June 30, 2016

HorseHage is continuing its role as official supplier of dust-free forage to Equestrian Team GBR.   HorseHage bagged forage has been supplied to the British equestrian teams since 1984 and offers a healthy, dust-free, consistent alternative to hay or big bale haylage. It has BETA NOPS certification and is free from any chemical additives, mould [...]

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Tam’s Blog – June 10th

June 10, 2016

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 [...]

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Debbie Celebrates 30 Years at Mark Westaway & Son

June 9, 2016

Debbie Harris, our National Sales Manager for the HorseHage and Mollichaff brands, is celebrating 30 years of working at our head office, Mark Westaway & Son, in Devon. Debbie began her career with the well-established forage and feed producer back in June 1986 when she was employed as a Sales Promotion Representative by the late [...]

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HorseHage Celebrates 40 Years of Experience!

May 31, 2016

We are proud to announce that our HorseHage brand, synonymous with high quality, dust-free forage for horses, celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The company was established when the late Mark Westaway (Snr) became increasingly concerned about his event horses persistently coughing. His veterinary surgeon expressed the view that the coughing was dust-related and that [...]

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Tam’s Blog May 2016

May 19, 2016

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.  [...]

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