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We try to emulate the natural environment as far as possible. When this is not the case we see common problems occur such as colic and gastric ulcers.
Some common helpful suggestions:
There are many different diets available for your horse these days, this can be bewildering and many non competitive horses need little more than an ordinary horse and pony cube as a supplement to forage.
Hay –feed value and dust problems, this can be alleviated in part by steaming the hay.
Haylage-ease of feeding and storing, this has an increased food value and less dust or mould.
There are many nutritional supplements that are on the shelves and there is no doubt that some horses in full work will benefit from the use of these supplements.
Feeding is an important part of recovery from injury illness or disease.
Bourton Vale hosted a client evening at the Adlestrop Village Hall on Wednesday 1st Novewmber. The evening was kindly sponsored by Boehringer Ingleheim and was a huge success; allowing attendees to meet the new members of our team and have an introduction to a variety of topics.