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Autumn Laminitis Prevention

Nov 14, 2018

Autumn presents the risk of laminitis to many horse owners.  This year, the milder weather has been continuing right into November which means laminitis risk can be higher, Scientific Nutritional Products explain how you can prevent the condition… Autumn weather usually brings a combination of sunshine and rain which in turn creates lush grazing.  Laminitis is a severely detrimental condition w...

Healthy Hooves!

Jun 05, 2015

With the warmer weather on the near horizon it is important to assess the different challenges each season brings to horse ownership. The drier, summer weather can result in a reduction in hoof health causing issues such as lost shoes, damaged and cracked, split feet becoming more common. What's more the rain-shine climate of the UK can often cause additional problems causing the hoof capsule t...

The Importance of Copper and Zinc for Healthy Hooves

Oct 30, 2014

Horses hooves are very similar to our own fingernails and they can be prone to becoming brittle, cracking, splitting and even more so when exposed to the autumn/winter elements.  Maintaining optimum hoof condition when it’s raining, snowing and windy outside can be quite a challenge.  Here we explain the roles of copper and zinc in preserving the condition of your horses hooves. If your horse’s...

Equine Hoof Health in Summertime

Jul 23, 2014

Many horse owners will be familiar with the frustration of lost shoes and cracked, split feet during the summer months. The old adage; ‘No foot, no horse, is just as true as it ever was, so in our latest blog Scientific Nutritional Products takes a look at equine hoof care during summertime. Dry weather can lead to a lack of moisture in the foot which can result in poor hoof condition, whilst ...

Equine Summer Hoof Care

Jun 21, 2013

Hoof care is a vital part of summer management for anyone that owns horses. The summer weather can cause our equines feet to dry out, leading to problems such as cracks, heat and bruises. Any horse that has ‘poor feet’ will fare worse in drier months when there’s less moisture, and the ground has more concussive forces. Remember the quality of the horse’s hoof growth is linked to their nutriti...

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