Farm & Stable

  • Your horses joint health- what should you know?

    10th January 2019

    Your horse’s joint health - what should you know? Equine Joint health issues are one of the most discussed topics throughout the equine world. Subsequently there is a raft of supplements, treatments and therapies ava...

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  • Treat for two.

    8th January 2019

    We have a rare treat for two. One follower and a friend can win a rare opportunity to visit our ambassador Carl Hester MBE and his horses at home joining one of Carl’s periodic yard visits. The morning at Carl’s will...

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  • Bone Development in Horses

    2nd January 2019

    Most of what has been studied about bone development and horse nutrition has come in the last 40 years or so. Horse diseases, best horse feed for weight gain, foal nutrition and what to feed horses are all topical issue...

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  • Winter Rodent Control

    14th December 2018

    Winter is a time when rodents such as rats and mice tend to look for inside accommodation. One of the primary reasons being the lack of natural food supplies in the field, causing them to move into dry barns and sheds w...

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  • Mud Fever

    3rd December 2018

    There are many factors that cause what is commonly known under the umbrella term of Mud Fever, Greasy Heel or Cracked Heel. Traditionally, Dermatophilus Congolensis was thought to be the problem, however, while this bact...

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  • The benefits of steaming hay with Haygain

    25th November 2018

    The benefits of Haygain for your horse... Studies have shown that 84% of horses examined, suffered from Inflammatory Airway Disease (IAD). The main cause of IAD is respirable dust, and hay is a major source of this. ...

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  • The significance of respiratory diseases in horses

    23rd November 2018

    Respiratory diseases in horses are very common and can be caused by various infections – both bacterial, viral or non-infectious elements such as environmental allergens in the environment. Infectious respiritory di...

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  • Identifying & treating Encysted Redworm in horses

    15th November 2018

    Small redworm Cyathostomin/Small Strongyles, are one of the most common endoparasites in equines. According to studies, up to 30% of the horse population in the USA can’t naturally keep their intestinal Strongyles in c...

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  • The nutritional benefits of curcumin & HA Supplementation to the diets of horses

    7th November 2018

    There is much data available on the feeding of turmeric to horses, and curcumin is the active component of turmeric, a well-known antioxidant spice. Bioavailable turmeric is absorbed through the epithelial cell membra...

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  • Regiment Support Service

    5th July 2017

    We are very proud to have been recognised by The Royal Welsh as a supporter of their charity. We regularly make donations towards “Regiment support” who in turn donate to “The Royal Welsh.” We received a very tho...

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