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Weight Control on Lush Pasture

Jul 13, 2020

After what has seemed like months waiting for the grass to grow after recent downpours our pastures are finally springing up. For many of us that means increasing our horses turnout or moving them to their summer fields, but how do we manage this transition with due care and attention to the sensitive equine digestive system? Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look in our latest blog. Spri...

Caring for the Veteran Horse

Feb 03, 2020

The winter weather is in full swing here in the UK and the long, cold months can be daunting for any horse owner, but caring for a veteran equine can prove to be even more challenging at this time of year. Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look at caring for the veteran horse in our latest blog… The phrase “long in the tooth” to signify old age came about for good reason, so make sure tha...

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...

PREVENT problems with Mud this Winter

Oct 24, 2019

With the Autumn upon us here in the UK this means colder and wetter weather. With each season different challenges present themselves to us as horse owners and the winter means mud! This can compromise the health of the skin and the hooves alongside presenting a management challenge! Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look in our latest blog… The horse’s hoof is composed of a similar compl...

Loosing Condition in Late Summer

Sep 13, 2019

Has your horse looked fabulous all summer and now suddenly dropped weight and condition? Is his coat a little dull? Loosing condition in the late summer and early autumn is common as the powerful sun can bleach, weaken and dry grass during peak summer time and it can therefore loose a big percentage of it’s nutritional value at this time of year.  When this is paired with many equines being tu...

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