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Archive | 2017

20 March 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Flexijoint T&T review – Julie & Caesar

Flexijoint joint supplement

We had a lovely T&T report in from Julie, who’s been testing our Flexijoint supplement. Here’s what she had to say about the supplement – and she sent us a pic of the gorgeous Caesar too! Name of Horse: CaesarAge: 24 Years OldBreed Type: Clydesdale  Workload/Activity: light work/happy hacker Issues/Existing Conditions: Stiff Joints/especially in his front [...]

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10 March 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Should you feed from the floor?

There are arguments for and against feeding from the floor, but if your horse suffers from any kind of respiratory ailment, it could be worth consideration. Horses are designed to graze, and that means that eating from the floor ‘fits’ their ‘design’. Eating from the floor encourages natural respiratory drainage, exposes him to less respiratory [...]

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03 March 2017 ~ 0 Comments

How do you feed your hay?

How do you feed your horse his hay? Does he have it dry, do you soak, do you steam? How should you feed hay? The first point to note is that, no matter how you feed your horse his hay, the quality should be good. Harvesting conditions can change the quality from one year to [...]

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08 February 2017 ~ 0 Comments

How to feed a horse with respiratory issues

Feeding horses with respiratory issues can be tricky, whether the horse has a cough, a running nose, or a diagnosed condition like COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) or RAO (recurrent airway obstruction). In all cases, looking to support the horse’s respiratory system is a good call. Actually, even if your horse has a healthy respiratory [...]

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