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rakpenak

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  • 31 October 2014 08:01 | rakpenak
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Pickklle

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How can I help my horse's hair grow back and help his skin after serious sweet itch

 My horse is 14 hands high and cobby. I got him through winter so was unaware of his sweet itch however over summer his sweet itch condition worsened although we have managed now to stop his itching his skin is in a terrible state. We have already bought excessive amounts of fly spray ready for next year and we've also invested in a new fly rug. 

The sweet itch has affected his withers and the "bottom half" of his mane , it has also affected his tail. Across his mane there is only stubbly hair which is in a terrible ...

  • 30 October 2014 19:56 | Pickklle
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Can you give Boyd a home?

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Allison Lowther, 30 October 2014 15:04

A six-year-old pony called Boyd is on the search for a home after intensive rehabiliation at Blue Cross rehoming centre in Rolleston. Boyd was one of a number of horses rescued from a farm in South Wales in April 2011. All were severely underweight and Boyd also had a matted lice infested coat. He'd not experienced much contact with people ...

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Feeding your veteran with Chestnut Horse Feeds

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Allison Lowther, 30 October 2014 14:56

As equines get older, their diet needs to be adapted to ensure they maintain their health and happiness. Older horses may be less efficient at digesting and absorbing nutrients, plus poor teeth can make chewing more difficult, so they may require extra energy to help support and maintain condition and all-round health and vitality. Chestnut Horse Feeds Meadow Graze is a ...

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