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Spruce up for Spring

Apr 19, 2017

Spring is just about here, and many of us are looking forward to enjoying some time off work, school or university over Easter time. For the majority of equestrians, more time off means only one thing; more time spent at the stables! Why not take the opportunity as well as riding to get grooming your horse, and get him spruced up for spring by completing those extra jobs that are always hanging...

The Effect of Diet on Insulin Sensitivity in Horses

Mar 22, 2017

The expression ‘you are what you eat’ is well known, but many horse owners forget that it is as true for horses as for people. Whilst we all want to give our equines the best feed possible, improve their condition, hoof health and coat shine, not to mention their performance, sometimes we go too far… Insulin is a hormone that is produced by cells that are present within the pancreas. The action...

Avoiding Equine Insulin Resistance Laminitis

Jul 24, 2016

Insulin Resistance is a condition which effects horses and means that their bodies do not process glucose properly. Similar to Diabetes in humans the condition can be dangerous and debilitating. Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look in our latest blog... Glucose itself is a fuel and provides energy for the horse at a cellular level and Insulin acts as a vehicle for this glucose deliveri...

Spring Laminitis

Jun 02, 2016

Laminitis is a condition sadly affecting many horses and ponies, particularly during the Spring months when the grass is of optimum quality as a result of the typical "rain, shine weather" the  UK often experiences. Recent weather has seen the flora of the countryside simply explode with life and colour, but though our equines will gladly tuck into the rich grasses, horse owners must be vigilan...

The Joys of Spring

Mar 29, 2016

Many of us are now enjoying some time off over the Easter Holidays. This time, for many equestrians is likely to be spent at the yard, riding, grooming and getting those extra jobs done. This provides the perfect opportunity to give your equine friend a 'spring clean' to provide some much needed TLC post-winter and to ensure his skin and coat remains in optimum condition. Here is our Guide... ...

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