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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.

09 September 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Great Garlic! New Garlic Extract for your horse

Garlic Extract

You may or may not be aware that garlic prices are set to soar this season due to a poor harvest in some countries, and others capitalising on the gap between supply and demand. Many people feed garlic as a supplement, and it’s easy to see why. The natural, potent supplement is most commonly associated [...]

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13 May 2016 ~ 0 Comments

What do you use…Chloe Slater?

Chloe Slater got in touch to tell us why she uses Advance Concentrate Complete and Cooked Linseed. And also included a before and after Equimins image of her young horse. We’ve had the grey horse, who’s now 5, for a year. We struggled to get him to fill out so we looked into using Advance [...]

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14 February 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Coughs and sneezes

Respiratory Formula

Coughs and sneezes are far from uncommon, especially in the winter time when horses tend to spend more time inside. In this blog, we’re looking at ways to help prevent coughs and sneezes and also how to support a horse that’s recovering from respiratory illness. Prevention is better than cure You can’t always prevent your [...]

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18 February 2015 ~ 0 Comments

How to feed garlic

Garlic is a very popular equine feed supplement, whether it’s added to the diet to help support respiratory health, for general health or even to help repel flies and biting insects in the warmer months. At Equimins, we have a variety of garlic supplements, to suit your feeding style and the kind of product you [...]

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28 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

What do you use? Kate Davey tells us what she uses for her horses…

Equimins customer, Kate Davey, has two horses who use our products. In this blog, she tells us what Jiosco and Geo use… For Jiosco (16hh selle francais, 17yo) I use: Flexijoint – he has navicular and since his diagnosis which was about 2 year ago he has been on this. I also use it to [...]

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25 February 2014 ~ 0 Comments

A quick guide to our respiratory range

Respiratory Formula

If your horse is coughing, wheezing, sneezing or suffers with an allergy or condition like COPD, the chances are that you’ll be looking at ways to help support his respiratory system. It’s important to note that while coughs and sneezes can be attributed to dusty hay, bedding or allergies, they can be symptoms of more [...]

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20 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Powders, pellets or liquids? How do you choose?

Have you ever wondered why some supplements are available as a powder or a liquid and others as pellets? On the whole, this caters for the preferences of the horse and/or his owner, but there are some supplements that are available in different presentations for other reasons. Here’s a few examples from our range… Advance [...]

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27 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Introducing our new Respiratory Formula

Respiratory Formula

Equimins’ new Respiratory Formula is available now and is ideal for those who suffer with dust and pollen allergies. This powerful herbal extract helps to support the respiratory system and lung function, and has been formulated particularly for those with dust or pollen allergies. It contains liquorice, echinacea, marshmallow, coltsfoot, garlic, plantain, clivers, milk thistle, [...]

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19 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Not so sweet

Biting Midge Cream

Sweet itch is a horrible condition that is the result of an allergic reaction, so it’s not something that every horse and pony will get or could suffer from. For those who do have the condition, spring, summer and even autumn can be a long way away from the pleasant seasons that some of us [...]

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