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SPILLERS continues to uncover the l

SPILLERS™, via the WALTHAM™ Equine Studies Group, has been involved...
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Does feeding chaff really make your

Horse owners have been adding chaff to meals to extend...
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New research shows social behaviour

Social behaviour can influence the body condition of horses and...
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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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Research shows changes in diet can

It is estimated that 90% of racehorses, 50-60% of competition...
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Improved diagnostic testing for ins

Earlier this month, new research carried out in collaboration with...
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Activity monitors in grass kept hor

Whether it’s a mobile phone or a piece of technology...
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The health benefits of exercise for

Eat less and move more is a familiar message but...
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What can the pony’s gut tell us a

We’ve known for a long time that the digestive system...
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Do magnesium calmers really work?

An internet search or visit to your local feed store...
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Highlights in senior horse research

Here at SPILLERS we are proud to have been researching...
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How can science help to improve the

A few weeks ago, the 14th International Society for Equitation...
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Forage isn’t enough….

Research has shown that horses on a hay-only diet may...
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My first equine nutrition conferenc

By India Thomson, SPILLERS Care-Line Nutritionist When I was asked...
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New research: pull forces and neck

Have you ever wondered how much force it takes to...
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New research: Sycamore poisoning in

Last year we published a blog to help raise awareness...
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SPILLERS showcases research on cari

Professor Pat Harris, head of the WALTHAM Equine Studies Group...
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New senior research shows even heal

New research, conducted in collaboration with SPILLERS shows that even...
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Highlights in laminitis research

Did you know that through our work with WALTHAM, we...
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Highlights in equine obesity resear

Although not a new problem, equine obesity is becoming a...
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High starch diets could lead to a f

A blood test to measure the level of circulating adrenocorticotropin...
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New study investigates horse owners

A new study, supported by SPILLERS, in collaboration with the...
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Does alfalfa chaff cause gastric ul

Two recently published studies reported that feeding alfalfa chaff increased...
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Updated advice on feeding forage to

Earlier this year a review paper entitled ‘Feeding conserved forage...
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Understanding Equine Metabolic Synd

Equine Metabolic Syndrome or ‘EMS’ is a hot topic amongst...
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New research scores internal fat in

Obesity is a growing problem and whilst it is relatively...
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Can you recognise an overweight hor

Obesity remains a welfare crisis in the UK, particularly amongst...
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New research proves diet can help t

New research conducted in collaboration with SPILLERS is the first...
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WALTHAM Research Presented at Leadi

SPILLERS was the only UK feed company to have research...
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New Research: Live vs. 'Dead&#

Probiotics are live organisms (either yeast or bacteria) thought to...
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Latest Advice on Managing Senior Ho

SPILLERS was the only UK feed company represented at the...
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WALTHAM Science wins Prestigious Aw

A paper published in collaboration with WALTHAM has been selected...
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SPILLERS Invests in Senior Horse Re

The equine population is ageing and - with improved veterinary...
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Choosing the right horse supplement

The team at the WALTHAM Equine Studies Group give vet's...
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Dietary change and colic: What are

As winter brings cold weather, poached fields and reduced turnout...
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New research sheds light on laminit

A recent study conducted in Denmark by Luthersson et al...
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Grazing Muzzles: Do they really wor

If like many owners you have considered using a grazing...
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The effect of soaking and/ or steam

Soaking or steaming hay either in an attempt to reduce...
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Does feeding hay in double or tripl

Equine obesity is rising and many owners are concerned about...
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How horses make us happier

Equine therapy, also known as horse therapy, treats people with...
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SPILLERS continues to uncover the l

SPILLERS™, via the WALTHAM™ Equine Studies Group, has been involved...
Read More

Does feeding chaff really make your

Horse owners have been adding chaff to meals to extend...
Read More

New research shows social behaviour

Social behaviour can influence the body condition of horses and...
Read More

Research shows that diet can help m

Clare Barfoot RNutr, Marketing and Research and Development Director at...
Read More

Research shows changes in diet can

It is estimated that 90% of racehorses, 50-60% of competition...
Read More

Improved diagnostic testing for ins

Earlier this month, new research carried out in collaboration with...
Read More

Activity monitors in grass kept hor

Whether it’s a mobile phone or a piece of technology...
Read More

The health benefits of exercise for

Eat less and move more is a familiar message but...
Read More

What can the pony’s gut tell us a

We’ve known for a long time that the digestive system...
Read More

Do magnesium calmers really work?

An internet search or visit to your local feed store...
Read More

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