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A Very Horsey Christmas

Dec 21, 2020

Christmas is upon us.  However this exciting time often means that we have less time to spend at the stables with our four-legged friends especially on christmas day. So in our latest blog Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look at equine care over the Christmas period with our top tips!  Top Tips from Scientific Nutritional Products for Equine Care over the Festive Period.  Supply ample f...

Supplementing the Competing Horse’s Diet this Winter

Dec 20, 2019

Are you competing in Show Jumping, Dressage or Driving this winter season? Your hard-working competition horse requires a balanced diet, which alongside providing the fuel to perform, is essential to health and well-being. A good diet blended with the combination of sufficient and correct exercise and training - should be the winning recipe for success! Every equine diet should offer ample for...

How MSM benefits the Competition Horse

Jun 29, 2018

If your equine is a hard-working competition horse it is essential to assess whether they have the condition and the fuel to perform to the best of their ability. Offering a balanced diet is essential to every horse and pony’s health, but this is particularly important when the strains of competitions and regular travelling is part of your equine’s routine. It is important to remember that comp...

Limiting Laminitis!

May 25, 2018

Spring and good weather are finally upon us bringing a combination of sunshine and rain creating lush grazing. Though quite delightful to our horses the ingestion of this rich grass is commonly associated with increasing the risk of laminitis.  The word laminitis strikes fear into the heart of any horse owner as the all too common condition leads to debilitating welfare problems and acute lamen...

Latest Research into Foal Size at Birth

Aug 08, 2017

Our weather seasons have long been known to determine behaviour, metabolism and reproductive activity in many animal species, including horses. Fascinating new research from researchers at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna has proved a theory of many horse breeders that winter foals are smaller than the spring foals, which are traditionally considered ideal. The research found tha...

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