Does your horse or pony have PPID/Cushings?
If you have a horse or pony with PPID, or if you suspect they might have, then this information (again from ‘The Laminitis Site’ Facebook page) is definitely worth a read. Also interesting to read the information from them in the resulting comments about the arguments for and against testing for and treating PPID.
Recent weather and sharp increase in grass growth
Some very useful information shared by The Laminitis Site. Although we’ve seen much slower grass growth over spring this year, the last week of rain has probably given your grazing a boost. Have a look at the difference between the last three years and why it might be a good idea to keep a close eye.
Will you need to feed hay this summer?
Will you be feeding hay this summer? Whatever the reason, Eazigrazer effectively simulates that all important low level natural grazing behaviour necessary for a happy and healthy horse. A lack of grass doesn’t have to mean a lack of grazing with one of our hay feeders. Read more to find out why!
We are still here – Covid 19 update
Our manufacturers are still working hard making Eazigrazers as safely as they can during these difficult times, so if you have been thinking one of our hay feeders might be a good investment then you are fine to go ahead.
BHS advice during Coronavirus outbreak
Please everyone take a look at this advice from the BHS. At this crucial moment in our lives, we need to think carefully about our actions and try to see the bigger picture. We’re all in this together after all.
Amazing progress by EquiSal but they need volunteers!
“Our scientists are currently conducting research into a saliva test for small redworm (including encysted stages) and are looking for horse owners to provide blood and saliva samples.” Are you willing to help? Free tests offered in exchange!