Olivia Colton MSc, senior nutritionist at Feedmark, shares six great top tips to help rejuvenate your horse’s energy levels in time for the summerRead More
Competition horses can benefit from being fed supplements in addition to their normal rations. Supplements can target specific issues or dietary deficiencies, and help your horse give their best performance.Read More
Our horses have evolved to eat a high fibre diet, and ensuring they can eat as nature intended is vital to their good health.Read More
It would be great to have your own personal nutritionist but unfortunately, that’s not practical. So as a helping hand, we’ve got loads of expert advice from some top equine nutritionists to help you really understand feeding. We’ll cover feeding, fat horses, skinny horses, lazy horses, competition horses and much more!
Feeding for energy but without the fizz
When feeding for energy, ensure you provide as much of the feed as possible in the form of forage. The higher the forage-to-concentrate ratio, the closer you’ll get to the horse’s natural way of feeding and the calmer he’ll be.