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FayeFreddie

FayeFreddie

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Issue 390

  • Magazine
  • Your Horse
  • 30 July 2014
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Say thanks for feed helpline advice with an award nomination

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Katy Islip, 30 July 2014 10:34

If you’ve ever struggled with getting your horse’s diet just right, a feed helpline could well be the answer to your prayers, and now’s the time owners can say thank you by nominating their favourite feed helpline for an award. The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) is once again preparing to present the annual Haygain Nutritional Helpline of the Year ...

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Say thanks for feed helpline advice with an award nomination

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Katy Islip, 30 July 2014 10:34

If you’ve ever struggled with getting your horse’s diet just right, a feed helpline could well be the answer to your prayers, and now’s the time owners can say thank you by nominating their favourite feed helpline for an award. The British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA) is once again preparing to present the annual Haygain Nutritional Helpline of the Year ...

kevinhiatt

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Horse Bedding

I like many have problems with Horse Bedding, as finding such a difference between products not counting types as well. What suits one horse is no good for another, with one mare reasonably dry but the other she just makes a horrible mess, the Shetlands do what they do in just the one spot which can make life easier. Gone have the old days of Straw which I used to use but unfortunately quality went off. When I was an apprentice we had difficulty getting rid of shavings which were not used at the time with horses.  

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Poo picking in style!

 We all have the joyous task of poo picking and with three horses and two Shetlands it is a never ending task. It doesn't normally bother me at all but I hurt my leg on Monday night so when I tried to push a wheel barrow Tuesday morning I had no hope. With a fair trek uphill to yhe muck heap I decided I deserved a break from the norm. 

Could get used to this!

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Prevent atypical myopathy

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Katy Islip, 29 July 2014 17:08

Having trees in or around your grazing is often a bonus – they offer shade, act as a windbreak and can even double up as scratching posts, but some species carry a health risk to our horses. Caused by a toxin found in the seeds of the sycamore tree, atypical myopathy is an often-fatal muscle disease which can affect horses ...

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