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Archive | 2015

08 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Looking after your leatherwork this winter

Bridles and saddles can cost a lot of money and, if not cared for correctly, can quickly deteriorate and become dangerous. It’s important to maintain your leather all year round, but the winter months do make it a little more challenging with the rain, mud and cold conditions it’ll be exposed to. Here are our [...]

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08 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Winter yard tips

Stable Fresh

If you hate everything about winter including the havoc it causes around the yard, then this blog with winter yard tips is a must read…enjoy! Super salt – salt isn’t just a feed supplement! Putting salt down on concrete areas to prevent freezing can really pay dividends and prevent a lot of accidents. Breaking the [...]

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08 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

What is echinacea?

Echinacea, whether it’s fed as a liquid or dried herb, can be added to the horse’s diet to help support the immune system. It can be fed when the immune system has been compromised, during times of stress, after veterinary treatment or to help maintain wellbeing and health. Research has also shown that echinacea can [...]

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07 December 2015 ~ 0 Comments

SOEquine update – getting back in the saddle and lots of groundwork

SOEquine is back! In this latest update, Sophie tells us what she’s been up to over the last few months… In my last blog we were full of the joys of spring, and now we are knee deep in winter mud! This year I planned to concentrate on training, and building the foundation for success. [...]

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11 November 2015 ~ 0 Comments

How to help your horse thrive this winter

Keeping condition on your horse during the colder months can be challenging but, at Equimins, we’re not interested in merely surviving winter, we want your horse to THRIVE! In this blog, we’ve put together some top tips to help your horse this winter…   Forage – forage is an essential part of the horse’s diet. [...]

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11 November 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Do you feed probiotics?

A number of our products contain probiotics, and it’s easy to see why. These friendly bacteria help to support gut health, which not only helps to maintain digestive health, but can also support the immune system, general health and well being. The good news is that you can integrate probiotics into your horse’s diet each [...]

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11 November 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Tips for winter grooming

During the summer months, the lack of mud and shorter summer coats make it easy to keep your horse looking his best…but add in a good dose of sticky mud and longer coats and it’s a completely different ball game. Here, we’ve put together some top tips to help your horse to look gorgeous and [...]

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09 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Top tips for respiratory health this winter

Respiratory Formula

There are lots of reasons why respiratory issues rear their ugly heads in the winter months. It could be because the horse is spending more time inside in a potentially dusty environment, or that his bedding irritates his respiratory system, or that he has an allergy to the dust or spores in hay…the list goes [...]

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09 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Mud products and mud fever

Just as the flies vanish for winter, most horse owners prepare themselves for the next attack…and this time it’s from the mud. If your horse suffers with mud fever, the winter can be a really challenging time…but don’t worry…we have a great range of products that can support your horse when his skin is challenged [...]

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09 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

How to make bonfire night better for your horse

Serenity Pre Event Paste

The loud bangs and cracks of bonfire night are hardly relaxing…especially for horses! Here, we’ve put together a few tips to help you and your horse cope this season…   Safety first – scared horses and safety don’t tend to go hand in hand, so be very aware of this when handling your horse on [...]

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09 October 2015 ~ 0 Comments

What do you use…Dawn Cox

This month’s what do you use comes from Dawn Cox from Angel Horse who has been feeding Bonnie, a rescue case, Advance Concentrate Complete since she came into Dawn’s care. Here, Dawn tells us about Bonnie, her hopes for the future and her progress…please note that some of these pictures do show malnourished horses (but [...]

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11 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Top tips for the perfect clip

Clean Coat Bodywash

If your horse has started to get a little wooly or you’ve noticed he’s sweating up more than you’d like when worked, you might have to reach for the clippers and give your horse a new ‘do’ sooner rather than later. Here are our top tips to help you get the perfect clip for your [...]

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11 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

What is mud fever?

Mud Slide Lotion

At the time of the year, mud fever starts to become a worry for many people, and it’s easy to see why. Mud fever is more than just a bit of a sore area, or at least it can be if not treated quickly and efficiently using relevant products and correct management. In this blog, [...]

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11 September 2015 ~ 0 Comments

What do you use…Melissa Palfreyman?

For this month’s ‘what do you use?’ blog, we speak to Melissa Palfreyman… “My name is Melissa Palfreyman, I’m from Warrington and have two horses – a 15.2hh Connemara cross, 20 year old mare, called Marble and a two year old thoroughbred cross called Spyro. I went from having one horse on part loan to [...]

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18 August 2015 ~ 0 Comments

A quick guide to our Flexijoint joint supplements

Want to feed your horse Flexijoint but not sure which one to pick? Here’s our quick guide to Flexijoint joint supplements! Don’t forget that we’re at the end of the phone or can be contacted by email if you need help – don’t hesitate to get in touch! Flexijoint Supplement  High specification joint supplement that [...]

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18 August 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Update on Wilma and Hoof Mender 75

Wilma has been taking part in a long term test on our Hoof Mender 75. Her owner, Nikki Goldup, has been keeping a diary of the mare’s progress and how her hooves have improved since she started using the supplement. Here’s the latest instalment: ‘Several months have now passed with Wilma still lapping up her daily [...]

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17 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

What do you use? Itchless, Biting Midge Cream and Fly Repellent

This month’s ‘What do you use?’ is slightly different and it comes from two four legged Equimins fans, Amber and Mouse… “It’s that time of the year again when the pesky midges try to feast on us and suffering with Sweet Itch can make us very miserable!!! “Our names are Amber and Mouse and with [...]

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17 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Pick the right shampoo for your horse

Lavender Shampoo

If you’re keen to give your horse a thorough clean now the weather’s a little warmer, but you’re a bit overwhelmed by the range of shampoos on the market, read on! In this feature we have a look at the shampoos we have available in our range and give you some top tips on how [...]

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17 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Hoof care problems – thrush

Hoof Disinfectant

Thrush is an unpleasant condition that is far from uncommon. The good news is that prompt treatment can quickly resolve the issue, and correct management can help to prevent the condition altogether. So, what is it? Thrush is a bacterial infection around the horse’s frog. It’s easy to identify because it creates a black discharge [...]

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17 July 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Summer hoof care tips

If you’re worried about the condition of your horse’s hooves, have a look at our top tips below. All have been put together to help your horse’s hooves to maintain condition over the summer and beyond… Nutrition. Quality hoof growth comes from within, so before you spend your money on lotions and potions, make sure [...]

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