News (and other musings)
The link between grazing, teeth, health & performance
Did you know that by feeding at high level you increase the chance of your horse developing dental problems? And that this is often the cause of behavioural issues, poor performance, weight loss, colic and more…?
Restricted grass no longer means restricted grazing
Eazigrazers are the ideal solution for horses and ponies on restricted grazing and/or track systems. These two live on a track with minimal grazing, but have constant access to Eazigrazers containing soaked hay meaning they don’t have to miss out natural grazing behaviour.
Is movement good or bad when you suspect Laminitis?
There’s a lot of conflicting advice out there regarding how to deal with acute Laminitis. This article clears up the confusion over whether movement is good or bad – definitely worth a read just in case you are ever unfortunate enough to be in this situation.
Does your horse suffer from respiratory issues?
Does your horse suffer from respiratory issues? Could the way you feed hay be making it worse? We take a look at the pros and cons of loose/manger feeding vs haynets vs Eazigrazer. Read on to find out more!
Free laboratory fees for PPID (Cushing’s) testing
From the 1st June until the end of October you can generate a voucher code from “Talk About Laminitis” to get your horse tested for free. Worth taking advantage of this if your horse has shown signs of Laminitis or if you have noticed symptoms of PPID (Equine Cushing’s disease).
‘Horses Inside Out’ are on a mission!
We came across an interesting discussion on facebook started by ‘Horses Inside Out’ and thought it worth sharing on here.
“We’re on a mission… Let’s get rid of high hay nets, high hay racks and high feed bowls for the good of the horse….”