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Equimins Ltd Blog | Natural Horse Supplements, Supplies & Products Equimins specialises in producing natural horse supplies, products and supplements for the major areas associated with caring for a horse. All products are proudly made in the UK and excellent specification quality products are of paramount importance. Using this blog we want to share some of the knowledge we have gained through nearly 30 years of experience.

Archive | January, 2016

08 January 2016 ~ 0 Comments

How to care for your veteran horse this winter

The winter can be challenging for all equines, but veteran horses seem to have the most to overcome. If they’re struggling to maintain condition, the colder weather makes them use their fat deposits to keep warm; if they struggle to chew due to lack of teeth, hay can be difficult to eat; if they suffer [...]

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08 January 2016 ~ 0 Comments

The joint supplement with the money back guarantee!

Our Flexijoint range of joint supplements for horses has lots of benefits. Not only do all three products come with a full money back warranty if you don’t notice a difference in your horse after feeding it (yes, we’re that confident), but they’re also very well priced. The range is made up of three products: [...]

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08 January 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Winter Leg Scrub and Mud Block Lotion put to the test!

Winter Leg Scrub

We were really thrilled to receive this great tried and tested report from Nikki Goldup from Black and White Eventing. Nikki tested our Winter Leg Scrub Concentrate and Mud Block Lotion on her horses. Nikki is a working mum with three children and owns five horses ranging from her children’s ponies to her event horse, [...]

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What do you use…Jax Hopkinson?

Jax and Willow

Equimins customer Jax Hopkinson got in touch with us about her horse, Willow, and why she uses Advance Concentrate Complete… Willow is 9, Welsh X Irish Sports Horse. I bought her August 1st last year knowing she had some health issues. She had been coughing and lethargic, and had the odd bout of colic. Her [...]

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