Nutrition

How does Katy Green keep her senior

We recently caught up with Katy Green a showing rider...
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A recent weight loss case study- Jo

Redwings Horse Sanctuary: Obesity Case Study Obesity is a major...
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Top tips for supporting digestive h

A healthy digestive system is the foundation of a healthy...
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Supporting senior joint health

We all get a little stiffer as we age, and...
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Feed and management tips for horses

Dental issues are one of the more well-known signs of...
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Getting ready for winter

Winter throws equestrians its fair share of challenges. Love it...
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10 feed & management tips for m

Nutrition plays a key role in supporting the health and...
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Does my horse need a balancer?

Providing a balanced diet plays a key role supporting long-term...
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What is a feed balancer?

With the grass coming through thick and fast, many of...
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The benefits of feeding your horse

Whether it contains straw, alfalfa or grass, with or without...
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Does feeding chaff really make your

Horse owners have been adding chaff to meals to extend...
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What do horses eat?

Horses and ponies are herbivores and mainly eat forage, based...
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Winter weight loss tips for horses

In theory at least, the secret to loss weight loss...
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Tips for winter weight gain

Poor grazing and cold weather make winter a particularly challenging...
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Research shows that diet can help m

Clare Barfoot RNutr, Marketing and Research and Development Director at...
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What type of energy does the dressa

Dressage requires a controlled, focused and athletic performance. Although success...
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7 tips for choosing a balancer

If your horse maintains weight easily (or too easily!) on...
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Feeding oil to horses: everything y

Whether it comes from feed or out of a bottle...
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What’s the secret to a shiny coat

For horse owners, a gleaming well-conditioned horse is the ultimate...
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Your pony doesn’t necessarily nee

Feeding ponies isn’t always as simple as we’d all like...
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Keep your eyes peeled for subtle la

You may have seen the many social media posts in...
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7 facts about 'the sunshine vi

With the sun shining again what better time to talk...
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Bran: words from the wise or an out

- Bran, often in the form of a bran mash...
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Is your horse SPEEDY or SUPER?

With the SPILLERS mash menu ever expanding we thought we...
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Mash? The key to hydration

As the weather turns colder, the last thing on your...
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9 sugar beet facts every horse owne

Sugar beet has been fed to horses for over 50...
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Vitamins & minerals: why more d

Although required in relatively small amounts, vitamins and minerals are...
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Seaweed supplements: are they reall

Seaweed supplements have become a popular choice amongst horse owners...
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Can diet really improve your horse

When talking about condition, ‘topline’ features frequently in the horse...
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Turmeric for horses: what do we rea

Turmeric has received a great deal of attention in recent...
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Your (horse feed) questions answere

A few weeks ago we asked you to share your...
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The truth about feed allergies

Food allergies in horses are often suspected but in reality...
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Why understanding your horse's

Dr Pat Harris, Director of Science here at SPILLERS, gave...
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How to build your horse's cond

If the recent cold snap has left your horse looking...
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[Dine & Shine] Shine from withi

Just like a new car or a sparkly diamond ring...
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Numbers in Equine Digestion (NED)

We’ve teamed up with the Horse & Hound to introduce you...
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Fussy Feeders – Finding something

If you have a fussy feeder, finding something they fancy...
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The history of soaked feeds

The horse world is no different to any other sector...
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Introducing SPILLERS SPEEDY-MASH Fi

What is it? For the last two years here at...
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Podgy pony weight management tips

Do you own a chubby pony? If the answer is...
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Balancing different nutritional nee

With so many products on the market, we understand that...
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Balancers are (almost) calorie free

The promise that some balancers are ‘conditioning’ is one of...
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Balancers: a cost effective solutio

With price a tag of close to £40 in some...
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Balancers don't provide signif

We are all familiar with the phrase ‘too good to...
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All Balancers are Non-Heating – F

Choosing a feed for an already excitable horse can be...
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Lite Balancers are not lower in cal

In the supermarket, ‘lite’ typically means less calories so you...
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SPILLERS Weighbridge Clinic: What t

We have two nutritionists, Gina and Isabel who travel the...
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How much sugar is there in my horse

In recent years, sugar has been getting a bad reputation...
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10 tips for feeding horses with gas

Gastric ulcers, (or EGUS) are now recognised as a common...
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Choosing the right horse supplement

The team at the WALTHAM Equine Studies Group give vet's...
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Feeding your horse to keep weight o

Whilst January is a month of cold mornings and trying...
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All About Alfalfa

Alfalfa has been fed to livestock since the ancient Greek...
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Dietary change and colic: What are

As winter brings cold weather, poached fields and reduced turnout...
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SPILLERS' 2016 Care-Line Highl

It’s been a great year here on the Care-Line at...
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5 things you may not know about Vit

Vitamin D has long been referred to as ‘the sunshine...
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Naturally Occurring Prohibited Subs

NOPS in the Stable Yard Most horse owners know that...
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Tips for feeding the excitable comp

To celebrate the Horse and Hound Professional Rider of the...
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Laminitis: An Autumn Flush

As the days suddenly start to draw in and the...
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All About Balancers

All About Balancers Horse feed balancers are often misunderstood and...
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Grazing Muzzles: Do they really wor

If like many owners you have considered using a grazing...
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Horse Feeding: The 10 Golden Rules

As a horse owner, you probably know about the rules...
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Iron: Do you know the facts?

Of all minerals, iron is the one that often seems...
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Energy vs. calories: is there a dif

During the summer months when excess weight is often a...
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Should you be able to see you horse

One of the biggest challenges many horse owners face during...
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Horse Feed Balancers: What Are They

With the grass coming through thick and fast, many of...
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Warm weather feeding

The warmer weather is (hopefully) here to stay for the...
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Electrolytes: What are they and doe

By definition, electrolytes are mineral salts which become electrically charged...
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Laminitis: Managing your Laminitic

The weird and wonderful UK weather so far this summer...
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Feeding sugar beet: the facts

As a horse owner, you’re bound to know someone who...
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The truth about protein

When it comes to nutrition, one of the fundamental things...
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Seaweed supplements: what you need

Seaweed supplements have long been promoted as an effective vitamin...
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Can supplements make your grazing s

Laminitis is one of the most researched and talked about...
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Myths about molasses

Over the last few years, ‘molasses’ has become somewhat of...
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Feed allergies: what you need to kn

Feed allergies are a common concern amongst many horse owners...
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How does Katy Green keep her senior

We recently caught up with Katy Green a showing rider...
Read More

A recent weight loss case study- Jo

Redwings Horse Sanctuary: Obesity Case Study Obesity is a major...
Read More

Top tips for supporting digestive h

A healthy digestive system is the foundation of a healthy...
Read More

Supporting senior joint health

We all get a little stiffer as we age, and...
Read More

Feed and management tips for horses

Dental issues are one of the more well-known signs of...
Read More

Getting ready for winter

Winter throws equestrians its fair share of challenges. Love it...
Read More

10 feed & management tips for m

Nutrition plays a key role in supporting the health and...
Read More

Does my horse need a balancer?

Providing a balanced diet plays a key role supporting long-term...
Read More

What is a feed balancer?

With the grass coming through thick and fast, many of...
Read More

The benefits of feeding your horse

Whether it contains straw, alfalfa or grass, with or without...
Read More

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