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  • Ascorbyl Monophosphate: A Stable Form of Vitamin C

    Did you know that there is more than one form of vitamin C? You may be wondering: if this is the case, which one is best for my horse?
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    Keeping It Balanced: Do I need to use a feed balancer?

    Our horses’ nutrition is an aspect of their management that we can have a significant amount of control over. In some cases, we have complete control over what our horses consume, particularly where access to grazing ...
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    Customer Spotlight: Charlotte & Charmer

    Background Charmer is a 26YO Standardbred Pacer, owned by Charlotte Smith for over 17 years. Despite his age, Charmer has always been an excitable fellow, even in his older years; he thrives on exercise and loves his ...
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    Supporting Gastric Health In Our Horses

    The heath and functioning of the equine digestive system are critical to supporting their overall health and wellbeing. Where there is digestive upset or disturbance, the potential seriousness and significance of it c...
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    How Many Calories Are In My Horse Supplements?

    The average 500kg horse that is worked lightly requires around 16,700 calories per day. The foundation of feeding a horse should be fibre: grass, hay, haylage, or any combination. Straw can also be used but should not...
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    What is Omega-3, and what should you be looking for?

    Omega-3 (O3) and Omega-6 (O6) fatty acids are essential polyunsaturated fats, with the term ‘omega’ referring to the chemical structures. O3 fatty acids especially, have been the subject of extensive research, support...
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    Can the type of hay fed influence equine dental health?

    Background  Equine dental health is linked with wellbeing. Where diets are high in water-soluble carbohydrates (WSC) there is increased risk of peripheral caries in the molar teeth. Because horse teeth continually eru...
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    Does obesity awareness help equine caregivers manage their horses’ weight?

    Background Obesity is a significant welfare issue in the UK leisure horse population. Weight management strategies can be impacted by the understanding and awareness of body condition by equine caregivers. How caregiv...
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    How do changes to a normal feeding routine affect equine behaviour?

    Consistent management regimes are recommended in the care of horses to minimise the incidence of digestive issues and stereotypic behaviours. Predictable feeding times support good welfare and minimise environmental d...
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    Does withholding forage feed affect the faecal bacterial microbiota in healthy horses?

    Changes in faecal bacteria populations are associated with gastrointestinal disease in a range of species. Horses presenting with colic have been shown to have a decreased diversity and species richness of faecal and ...
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    Can a calcium supplement derived from seaweed, affect the pH of gastric juice in horses?

    The horse’s stomach consists of an upper non-glandular (squamous) area and a lower glandular area. The glandular area secretes acidic gastric juices, essential to support digestion. The non-glandular area lacks suitab...
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    How do horses and humans differ in their preference for treats?

    The use of treats for companion animals is common. The use of treats by equine caregivers is increasing, although has been little studied to date, especially in comparison to treat use and choice for other companion s...
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