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1. Muzzling Your Horse
Muzzling Your Horse
If you have a horse that is either prone to laminitis or is overweight then you may want to consider a grazing muzzle. Using a grazing muzzle will help to prevent the horse from eating as much grass as it normally would. Some people are sceptical abo...
Pets & Animals - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 02:25:11
2. Managing Cushing's Disease in Horses and Ponies
Cushing's disease or Hyperadrenocorticism is a serious affliction for horses and ponies. It can be treated but has no cure. Cushing's disease is more common in older horses although it has been diagnosed in younger horses. Cushing's disease can exhibit itself in many different way and can easily ...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 11:13:31
3. Giving Your Horse a Summer Glow
There is nothing better than your horse having a nice, shiny coat when your out competing. It makes you more confident when you are riding and that shows when it comes down to performance. There are many different lotions and shampoos out there that claim to create a beautiful shiny coat, but unl...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 11:11:00
4. Know Your Dengie Horse Feed
Dengie is the leading horse food supplier of fibre-based feeds within the UK, and the largest grower of environmentally friendly alfalfa within the UK. These are Dengie's top five horse feed products with guidance on feeding horses:
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 11:00:08
5. How to weigh-tape a horse
Unfortunately most people do not have a weighbridge in their yard. Why it is important to know the weight of your horse: - To know how much horse feed to give your horse - To know how much wormer to use on your horse - To know how much medicine to use - If you weigh your horse regularly it can a...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:58:29
6. What Is In Horse Feed and How to Identify the Ingredients
This article details what raw materials are in horse feed. We hope that you enjoy it. Should you have any queries on your horse's diet contact the Dengie Feedline for advice from equine nutritionists on 0845 345 5115 or email feeds@dengie.com
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:55:49
7. Dont Feel the Crunch!
We are still in the midst of an economic crisis which has meant that many of us have looked at ways to save a few pennies. The increase in food and fuel prices has been widely reported and this has inevitably affected the price of horse feed too. So what better time to re-evaluate your horses' ra...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:40:24
8. Learn About Laminitis
- Do you know what Laminitis is? - What can you do to help prevent it? - What are the signs of a lame horse? - How can you help your horse if they have this disease? Throughout this article you will find the answers to these questions and we will provide you with the basic knowledge to understan...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:39:14
9. Feeding the older horse or pony
Like humans, horses age at different rates. While some horses and ponies stay strong and healthy well into their mid-twenties and beyond, others feel their age. As your horse ages, its dietary requirements change too. The means you'll need to choose a feeding programme that helps your horse main...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:38:06
10. Managing the Weight of Your Pony
You love your pony dearly but you don't want it to have health problems. Ponies tend to be good-doers and a little cuddly, which can lead to a number of health issues and the increased risk of laminitis. Here are some tips to help you when trying to keep your pony nice and trim.
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:26:52
11. Horses Digestive System
The digestive system of a horse is very interesting. This article, based on one of Dengie Horse Feed's YouTube videos, which is shown below, will help give you insight into how your horse's digestive system works.
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:22:06
12. Feeding Older Horses During The Winter
Older horses find it harder to stay warm than most of their younger stable companions, especially during the winter months when the temperature starts to fall. This leads to the older horses losing weight as they burn up large amounts of energy just to stay warm. In order to combat this you need ...
pets-and-animals - Wed, 30 Jan 2013 10:17:40

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