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Avoiding Equine Choke

Jan 31, 2014

At this time of year, when the grazing is sparse and your equine is spending the majority of his time stabled the bulk of their feed is usually dry fodder including things like hay and concentrate feed. Large pieces of poorly chewed feed, in combination with in some cases inadequate water supply, can cause equine choke; a potentially dangerous condition. Prevention is always better than cure, s...

Manage the Mud at your Yard!

Jan 03, 2014

After extreme wet weather, countless yards are trying to cope with muddy conditions with a large amount of rain nationwide leaving us paddling in the mud at the yard and in fields which have already suffered significant damage. More importantly than struggling around in our wellies some equine owners are having to deal with skin conditions developed by our horses and ponies as a result of the b...

Horse Supplements Direct Supports Equine Welfare Cases

Dec 18, 2013

Here at Scientific Nutritional Products we have been, as the entire equestrian community have been, shocked and saddened by the many recent equine welfare cases dominating the press. So here at HQ we racked our brains as to what we could do to help and decided we wanted to reach out to those people helping the cause and are offering a FREE tub of Horse & Pony Multivitamin Supplement to thos...

Equine Care over the Christmas Period

Dec 13, 2013

The festive period brings a much looked-forward-to time of frivolity and parties, not to mention plenty of food and presents. However this exciting time often means that we have less time to spend at the yard with our equines. The last thing we want to do in “the season of good-will” is to leave our horse or pony to go without, so here at Scientific Nutritional Products we thought we would shar...

Equine Respiratory Health in the Wintertime

Dec 06, 2013

During the winter time when our horse’s stabled time increases it can often lead to problems with our equine’s respiratory health resulting in problems ranging from mild coughs and runny noses to raging cases of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. This can create welfare problems but in addition it is important to remember that the horse cannot succeed in, and enjoy ridden work if suffering ...

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