News (and other musings)
Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2020!
As always we would like to wish you all Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We hope you have a wonderful festive period surrounded by family and friends, and of course that you find time for those special moments with your horses!
We’re featured in Absolute Horse this month
We are very pleased to be featured in this month’s Absolute Horse! A really great little hand-bag sized magazine. Well worth picking up in your local tack shop/feed store if you are in East Anglia or surrounding counties, and also free for anyone to read online (digital link in blog post).
Is your horse happy with a visit from the vet?
It’s our responsibility as owners to make sure our horses are as prepared as possible for basic veterinary procedures. So important for the safety of our vets, but also for the sake of our horses. The video series ‘Don’t Break Your Vet’ was produced a while ago but recently re-shared by BEVA on social media.
Introducing our new and improved green!
If you were thinking that the green Eazigrazer photographed in our ‘Eazigrazer Tips 3 of 3’ blog posts looked a slightly different shade, then you’d be correct!
Eazigrazer Tips 3 of 3 (Securing)
Last but not least, here is tip number 3! Another question we are regularly asked is whether Eazigrazer can be secured and how. So we decided we’d share how we do it with some photos!
Eazigrazer Tips 2 of 3 (Moving Around)
Following on from our last post, here is tip number two! We often get asked what we recommend as the best way to move a full Eazigrazer from one place to another, especially when it’s full of soaked hay. Here’s what we suggest.