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Getting Fit and Ready for the Season

Jan 02, 2019

Getting a Fit!  So after the christmas break why not start getting yourself and your equine partner fit for the coming season? In order to enjoy your riding, training and competing to the full this coming season, it is critical your horse is fit for the level of work he will be doing alongside receiving the correct nutrients to succeed. After the winter period many equines need to develop their...

Feeding Horses ready for start of Competition Season

Jan 22, 2015

With many horse owners beginning the competition season in a variety of different disciplines and pleasure riders undertaking longer hacks and rides, it is essential to assess whether your horse or pony has the condition and the fuel he needs to perform. Offering a balanced diet is essential to every equine’s health and wellbeing, the combination of sufficient and correct exercise plus quality ...

Equine Care over the Christmas Period

Dec 22, 2014

The festive period brings with it a time of joy and frivolity, not to mention plenty of yummy food and gift sharing! However with the indulgence and frivolity it can mean that we have less time to spend at the yard with our horses. The last thing we want to do in “the season of good-will” is to leave our horse or pony to go without, so in our latest blog Scientific Nutritional Products takes a ...

Weight Watching this Winter

Nov 21, 2014

We have all had a particularly wet and mild start to the autumn/winter season and some of our equine’s waistlines may not have taken the usual weight reduction which is typical for this time of year.  For many horse owners this can be seen as a good thing as it lessens the worries about ‘poor-doers’ struggling to maintain weight as we enter into the winter. However, for those horses and ponies...

Equine Skin Conditions

Mar 12, 2014

Equine skin conditions can be tricky to diagnose and difficult to treat. The cause of skin conditions can in some cases remain unknown with a broad range of possibilities including; viruses, fungal infections, bacterial infections or allergens resulting in an allergic dermatitis. It's almost inevitable that your horse will have some sort of skin problem during its lifetime so Scientific Nutriti...

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